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At Disney Concert Hall, Mitchell, seated near Elton John, basked in the crowd’s applause as Carlile performed her 1971 ‘Blue’ album in its entirety.
Since 1966 USC has cared for the historic Gamble House in Pasadena. Soon the university will hand off management as locals seek more control.
Gina Rodriguez was criticized for using the N-word while singing along to a Fugees song on Instagram. Then she apologized. Just another day on social media?
Drugs. Nudes. Guns. Threats. The allegations in the Jeremy Renner and ex-wife Sonni Pacheco’s custody battle are intense.
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This week, 226 years since her execution, a new exhibition in Paris aims to show how Marie Antoinette’s image has undergone a makeover in recent years. From reviled royal to pop icon, her face now appears on gift shop souvenirs at her former home at Versailles, on bars of chocolate, hairbrushes, mugs, shopping bags, fridge magnets and various plastic souvenirs.
The tradition that began in the Ahwahnee Hotel in 1927 lives on — with some updates. And you can still be part of it.
In L.A. Opera’s staging of “The Light in the Piazza,” Adam Guettell’s Broadway musical centered on a poignant mother-child relationship, characters feel at an emotional remove.
At Regen Projects in L.A., the latest exhibition by the noted artist has the sanitized industrial look of a high-end luxury boutique.
Michael Ritchie, the artistic director of Center Theatre Group, has brought exciting theater programming, but why hasn’t he made Los Angeles a greater player in the national conversation?
L.A. Chamber Orchestra continues its “Session” experiment with Christopher Rountree’s wild Up, the Four Larks theater troupe and a vibe that proves a welcoming departure.
New museums exhibits in L.A. for Oct. 13-20 include “Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs” at the Skirball and “Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again” at the Broad
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