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“Schitt’s Creek” star Catherine O’Hara won a Golden Globe for lead actress in a comedy series. But what the heck was going on during her acceptance speech?

Are you a healthcare worker who has a creative outlet to cope with the pandemic? We’d love to share your art in an upcoming story.

The San Diego medical examiner’s office has released more details about the cause of actress Cloris Leachman’s death at age 94 in late January.

‘Ellen Reid Soundwalk,’ the Pulitzer-winning composer’s music mapped to the trails of L.A.'s popular park, goes live on Thursday via a free app.

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This week: A dire report on COVID-19 and the creative economy; healthcare workers who turn to art; new leaders at CAAM, Colburn and Long Beach Opera.

James Darrah has emerged as a key figure in the year of COVID-19, leading digital productions for companies in L.A., Boston and beyond.

The L.A. River plan acknowledges the problem of displacement, but its solutions won’t go far enough, fast enough to ensure that it benefits the surrounding working-class communities.

A composer’s much-needed pandemic release, Judy Chicago in Desert X, ‘Immersive Van Gogh,’ the Met and John Waters in our weekly arts newsletter.

  1. The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, after being forced to close two weeks into its 2020 season, is set to reopen with new social distancing rules on Monday.

  1. In Mussel Shoals, Emmy-winning actor Bryan Cranston is asking $5 million for his eco-friendly beach house that he built in 2013.

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