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AMC’s presence in the Los Angeles region has grown to 34 theaters and 461 screens since it opened its first West Coast location more than 50 years ago.
Netflix’s new docuseries, “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez,” examines the harrowing abuse and systemic failures that led to the death of the 8-year-old from Palmdale in 2013.
David Roback, best known as the co-founder of influential L.A. alternative rock bands Mazzy Star and Rain Parade, has died at age 61.
Netflix’s “The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia” and Disney’s “Diary of a Future President” join a spate of TV series with a new kind of heroine: the Latina genius.
Disney’s appointment of Chapek to replace Bob Iger surprised Hollywood and Wall Street. But his background may make him well-suited for the job.
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At the L.A. gallery the Landing, Brenda Goodman’s paintings have been cut, carved, drilled and gouged into existence. The effect is mind-blowing.
Otis names Charles Hirschhorn, an executive whose resume includes AEG Television, G4, Fox Broadcasting and Disney Television, as its new leader.
João Ribas is the new executive director and vice president for cultural partnerships at CalArts’ boundary-pushing theater in DTLA.
“I am truly sorry,” Plácido Domingo says as the union representing opera performers prepares to release the findings of its investigation.
David Mamet brought “The Christopher Boy’s Communion” to the Odyssey Theatre with Rebecca Pidgeon, William H. Macy, Clark Gregg and Fionnula Flanagan.
  1. This is the earliest Tomatomania has started in its 30-year-plus history, with 11 sales events scheduled between Santa Barbara and San Diego counties.
  1. On Malibu’s Broad Beach, comedian-actress Mindy Kaling has shelled out $9.55 million for the stylish home of Frank and Barbara Sinatra.
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