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The wrath of the webbing clothes moth. During the yearlong COVID-19 closure, the Getty devoted more than 6,000 hours to eradicating this one insect.

The pandemic? Yes. Streaming? Yes. But L.A. Times readers have more to say about predictions of an Oscar ratings dropoff. Plus, saving Hollywood’s Cinerama Dome and more.

Roderick Sykes lived for five decades in the Mid-City community he co-founded, an early gathering place for founders of Black Lives Matter.

In a much-anticipated statement, ‘The Music Man’ star Hugh Jackman addresses the Scott Rudin fallout. Not everyone is happy with the actor’s response.

The company announces that it’s emerging from the pandemic with a focus not on touring shows but on Las Vegas. SoCal visitors are key.

“Minari,” “Sound of Metal” and “Nomadland” depict environments that are transient and improvised, capturing our era of tumult and ambivalence.

The Getty Villa ends its yearlong pandemic closure on Wednesday. On view: “Mesopotamia: Civilization Begins,” which goes back to the beginning, sort of.

MOCA senior curator Mia Locks resigned after nearly two years on the job. The museum’s HR director, Carlos Viramontes, quit in February. Viramontes cited a “hostile” culture at the museum.

Workers removing tobacco tar and dirt from the ceiling of L.A.'s Union Station were surprised to discover vibrant floral painting hidden for decades.

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Scott Rudin apologized after allegations of abusive workplace behavior, but he’s not the only one. Broadway, it’s time to straighten up your act.

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