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In a new documentary, Paris Hilton opens up about the physical and emotional abuse she suffered at a disciplinary high school.

Jerry Harris, star of Netflix’s ‘Cheer,’ was arrested Thursday for allegedly enticing an underage boy to produce sexually explicit videos and photos.

Garden pods designed by Selgascano for Second Home, a coworking space in Hollywood, have allowed the offices to function during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Look, it was a very interesting weekend, full of lessons learned,” actor Chris Evans told TV host Tamron Hall about the nude pic he mistakenly posted.

Emmys 2020

The (virtual) Emmy Awards are around the corner on Sept. 20. Brush up on the nominees, and get to know some of the stars and creatives vying for Emmy gold through our Comedy, Drama and Showrunner Roundtables. We’ve broken down 5 key takeaways from the nomination, our final winner predictions and more takes from our panel of Buzzmeter experts.

The top honor of 2020 — the award for Keeping Us Occupied During the Worst Year Ever — belongs to television itself. Why shouldn’t the Emmys celebrate that?

L.A. poet laureate Robin Coste Lewis joins the L.A. Times Book Club Sept. 24 for Black Poets in a Time of Unrest, an evening of discussion and poetry performances.

“We gotta yeet this virus,” the famously ageless Paul Rudd says in a hilariously cringeworthy PSA encouraging Americans to wear masks to combat COVID-19.

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The Broad Museum’s new video series “L.A. Intersections: Music, Language, Movement” premieres with the first of three episodes.

Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, Matthew McConaughey, director Amy Heckerling and writer Cameron Crowe are part of the live “Ridgemont High” reading.

“What the Constitution Means to Me” will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on Oct 16, part of a larger deal with show creator Heidi Schreck.

Choreographer Ana Maria Alvarez and playwright and director Michael John Garcés are two of eight Doris Duke Artists for 2020.

Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante, a lush dialogue expressing the pleasures of likeness and difference, doesn’t get performed nearly enough. Now’s the time to hear it.

Artist Marco Brambilla’s new video “The Four Temperaments (Cate)” has opened in a Berlin gallery. We take in the work via a new augmented reality app.

As part of an alarming trend, a museum is selling a 1946 Jackson Pollock drip painting to raise money to diversify its collection. Good intention, bad plan.

Terence Conran, the British designer, retailer and restaurateur who built a furniture empire and founded the Design Museum in London, has died at 88.

Classical music critic Mark Swed says it’s time to implement all — not some — of Frank Gehry’s downtown L.A. plans. Plus, an L.A. architect’s design for a 9/11 memorial in our weekly arts newsletter

  1. Nintendo celebrates 35 years of Mario with the rerelease of the first ‘Mario’ games to feature 3-D worlds, including the transformational “Super Mario 64,” the criminally underappreciated “Super Mario Sunshine” and the starry-eyed wonder of “Super Mario Galaxy.”

  1. In Beverly Crest, Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight is asking $14 million for his 3.4-acre estate with a Midcentury home and swimming pool.

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