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Kathleen Kennedy faces perhaps her biggest challenge since George Lucas chose her to shepherd ‘Star Wars’: figuring out what’s next for the franchise.
Lowrider magazine was once among the bestselling newsstand automotive periodicals in the country. After 42 years, it will cease to print this year.
“Succession.” “The Crown.” “The Morning Show.” Class issues are alive and wealthy in the 2020 Golden Globes TV nominations.
A year after her “Crazy Rich Asians” breakout, Awkwafina reflects on her first Golden Globes nomination for “The Farewell”
From “The Morning Show” star Reese Witherspoon to “Knives Out” breakout Ana de Armas, here are the best 2020 Golden Globes nominee reactions.
“Unbelievable” star Kaitlyn Dever on her Golden Globe nomination, “Booksmart” co-star Beanie Feldstein and more.
The Golden Globes overlooked Netflix limited series “When They See Us” and HBO hit “Watchmen” and nominated few actors of color in the TV categories.
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are both nominated for Golden Globes, setting up the former spouses for a possible reunion straight out of the tabloids.
Disney blockbuster “Frozen 2" is one of the only female-directed movies with major nods, and competes with fellow Disney titles “Toy Story 4" and “The Lion King.”
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Susan Lieu’s show ‘140 LBS: How Beauty Killed My Mother’ is heading to L.A.'s Highways Performance Space and Orange County’s Nguoi Viet Community Room.
Scott Timberg, a former Los Angeles Times reporter, wrote ‘Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class.’
Our arts newsletter looks at a year in which art tweaked gender, Broadway examined slavery’s toxic roots and L.A.'s famous Philharmonic ended the decade with a bang.
Dance performances in Southern California for Dec. 15-22 includes several different productions of holiday favorite “The Nutcracker.”
Classical music performances in L.A. for Dec. 15-22 include the annual “Messiah Sing-Along” with Los Angeles Master Chorale plus the ensemble’s traditional non-sing-along presentation of Handel’s holiday favorite
New plays, Critics’ Choices, etc., for Dec. 15-22 include “A Christmas Carol” at A Noise Within and Impro Theatre’s “Jane Austen UnScripted” at the Broad Stage
California conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and star pianist Daniil Trifonov join with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for some Aaron Copland Americana and Russian treats.
Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams explains her year of self-care and healing, and why it includes “A Snow White Christmas” opening in Pasadena.
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