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Four women say they were mistreated by comedian Bryan Callen, describing troubling sexual incidents ranging from assault to misconduct to disturbing comments.

After President Trump threatened to ban Chinese-owned TikTok, Sarah Cooper took to the app to impersonate him yet again and explain"how to tick tack.”

Bryan Callen allegations

Four women tell The Times they were mistreated by comedian Bryan Callen, describing troubling sexual incidents ranging from misconduct to assault. Callen has denied their claims. “Let me be very clear: I have never raped, forced myself upon any woman nor offered to trade stage time for sex...”

In recent weeks, Callen has also come to the defense of his close friend Chris D’Elia, who stressed last month that he’d only ever had consensual relationships and hadn’t “knowingly” pursued underage females. Netflix recently scrapped an upcoming prank show with the two comics.

In the coronavirus era musicians, longing to connect with friends and neighbors, and eager to practice their art, have taken to their porches, patios, driveways and yards to play for passersby.

The ESPN broadcaster predicts ‘a chance to win one of the most celebrated championships of all time,’ on the eve of his call of Lakers-Clippers game.

The San Francisco theater led by Pam MacKinnon schedules a slate of digital offerings until “The Headlands” can come to the stage in late May.

“America’s Got Talent” standout Diavolo/Architecture in Motion is releasing “This Is Me: Letters From the Front Lines” on Friday.

Instagram removed a post from Madonna that featured a video of discredited physician Stella Immanuel. The singer also claimed a COVID-19 vaccine is available.

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Liz Phair was supposed to be on tour with Alanis Morissette right now. Instead, she’s interviewing the “Jagged Little Pill” star for The Times.

At a time when universities are seeing philanthropy dwindling, UCLA has received $2.9 million for arts scholarships from the late Elaine Krown Klein.

Los Angeles Opera postpones its fall slate for an entire year as the pandemic prompts the company to consider outdoor alternatives.

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