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On the heels of “The Princess Switch” (plus a planned sequel), “The Knight Before Christmas” establishes Vanessa Hudgens as Netflix’s Christmas queen.
The Los Angeles-based theater chain will remain family owned. But Thursday is the last day of business for the company’s Music Hall location in Beverly Hills.
Robert Pattinson swears he doesn’t know what he’s doing. His work in “The Lighthouse” and his casting in the upcoming “Tenet” and “The Batman” say otherwise.
Marielle Heller’s latest drama, centered on a reporter’s friendship with Mister Rogers, is a worthy follow-up to “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”
The mega-popular K-pop boy band was shut out when Grammy nominations were announced on Wednesday.
Lizzo left the caps-lock on while tweeting her excitement after nabbing eight Grammy nominations. She leads the pack, followed by Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X.
Country stalwart Tanya Tucker was nominated for song of the year, H.E.R. and Bon Iver reaped multiple nods and a group without a Wiki page may win best new artist.
Lil Nas X spurred dozens of think pieces, broke Billboard chart records, came out as gay and earned six Grammy nominations. What did you do this year?
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Set aside the L.A. Phil for a moment. Ellen Reid, Vicki Ray, Shalini Vijayan and Andrew McIntosh prove how the city is much more than one orchestra.
See Mandy Patinkin, tributes to Juana Inés de la Cruz and Hildegard von Bingen and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s return of “Baroque Conversations.”
Michael Richey White, who is on the spectrum, explains how he creates the art for Netflix’s “Atypical,” whose lead character has autism.
This year’s Chicago Architecture Biennial explores the real-life consequences of urban inequity — such as the explosive protests in Chile and Hong Kong.
Christopher Rountree and his L.A. ensemble Wild Up also score a nod, while the Yuval Sharon-directed “Lohengrin” is up for best opera recording.
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