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AMC’s “Soulmates” posits a future where you can discover the love of your life — on an app. In the process, it unpacks the dynamics of open relationships.

The cable news network is ready for a long night — and maybe a couple of extra days too — after the presidential election results start coming in on Nov. 3.

A fiscally robust museum plans to fund operations by selling $73 million of its art. The scope of the move threatens to accelerate a troubling trend.

Brian Wilson and Al Jardine, both Beach Boys founding members, had “nothing to do with the Trump benefit” that Mike Love played in Orange County.

The point of all these candles is to create an alternate me, one who lives serenely, in a calmer, saner, more hopeful place and time. A time when how my home smells doesn’t matter so much because I am not in it 24/7.

Aaron Tveit was finally nominated for a Tony Award. Why winning isn’t a lock even though he has no competition in this weird, pandemic-shortened season.

Shia LaBeouf, Bobby Soto and Donte Johnson’s theater company chronicles a single day at a drive-thru COVID-19 test site in South L.A.

The senator and former Democratic presidential candidate assailed Disney for cutting staff while restoring full pay to executives.

Reality TV shows and small crewed commercials formed the bulk of filmed activity in L.A., as Hollywood awaits the restart of major film productions.

Hosted by Eva Longoria, Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin, the CBS special “Essential Heroes: A Momento Latino Event” will honor the Latinx community.

The promoters behind the Chainsmokers’ infamous July concert in the Hamptons face a $20,000 fine for violating state public health laws, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says.

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Richard Neutra’s famous Kaufmann Desert House, a Midcentury marvel in Palm Springs, is aiming for the city’s all-time price record: $25 million.

Tony-nominated actor Anthony Chisholm, a familiar face to Center Theatre Group patrons, has died at 77.

How the internet shapes our illusory worlds. Plus, Tony nominations, Radha Blank and 40 Black playwrights plus Shia LaBeouf’s drive-in play about COVID in our weekly arts newsletter

“What the Constitution Means to Me” author Heidi Schreck interviews Norman Lear as her play about women’s rights, or lack thereof, hits Amazon Prime.

See a starry cast in Gore Vidal’s “The Best Man,” hear Pasadena Symphony’s season opener, watch Ballet Hispánico, catch Ed Ruscha’s “12 Sunsets.”

Solve puzzles about the Santa Monica Pier, see a celebration of the Beatles, check out the LGBT Center’s garage theater.

Tony nominations are out, and we’ve got the complete rundown of contenders for the unprecedented pandemic-shortened season.

Opponents call on the state attorney general to stop the Baltimore Museum of Art sale of upwards of $73 million in paintings, including a Warhol.

  1. The iconic jeweler says Orange County is a natural choice for its latest bistro, which will seat 38 guests: The South Coast Plaza store is its highest-volume store in the United States outside of New York.

  1. The granddaughter of Hollywood legend Jack Lemmon has her first starring role in Marvel’s “Helstrom,” now on Hulu. But she’s busy calling voters in Georgia.

  1. Fresh off an NBA championship, Lakers big man JaVale McGee just sold the Encino home he bought from Marc Anthony.

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