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In interviews with The Times, 12 people accused Magic Castle management, performers and others of abuses, as the legendary Hollywood club dedicated to the craft of magical performance wrestles with allegations and membership unrest.

‘How do you discuss this when Jenny is white?’ Ayo Edebiri says of her character’s Blackness. ‘What do you do about it?’ Season 4 is the answer.

Holiday Movies

2020: Just sayin’ — the year doesn’t automatically bring to mind happy thoughts as we head into the home stretch. But with films featuring Viola Davis and a Black Pixar star, this holiday season’s film releases may provide some comfort and, possibly, reasons to be thankful.

The “Bad Guy” crooner set off her long-suffering fan base Thursday by tweeting a note about “Where Do We Go?” tour refunds.

Warner Bros. has decided its 2021 movies will come out concurrently in U.S. theaters and on HBO Max. Here’s what’s due on the small screen for subscribers.

ReedPop announced Tuesday that it was retiring BookExpo, the largest publishing convention in the U.S. Some say its decline was inevitable, even before COVID.

When COVID-19 shut down the opera stage, John Holiday turned to NBC’s singing competition. How the guy with a super-high voice became a surprise frontrunner.

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Southern Californians, if you’re tired of being trapped in the house, buckle up. The car is your vehicle to some IRL entertainment this weekend.

Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of the Broadway musical ‘The Prom’ brings James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington and Keegan-Michael Key to the dance.

Lou Harrison’s delectable Suite for Violin With American Gamelan fuses Indonesian percussion, Renaissance Italian dances and 1970s hippie spirit.

  1. With negative COVID-19 test results, travelers can visit several Hawaiian islands. Kauai’s rules are tighter, but with a bracelet monitor, a resort stay is possible.

  1. With ‘Rival Peak,’ Facebook is launching a television experiment that’s betting on video games as appointment viewing with Tamagotchi-style loyalty.

  1. Musician Michael Feinstein just sold his historic Tudor in Los Feliz for $7.33 million — a huge drop from the $26 million he sought in 2018.

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