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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.

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.

A doc illuminates the dark hold of Sondheim’s ‘Assassins’ in a Classic Stage Company benefit reminding us why theater has been such a pandemic loss.

The L.A. Phil’s artistic leader has been appointed music director in Paris, where he will join one of the most celebrated opera companies in the world.

Our rundown of shows to see includes the L.A. Phil, Maria Bamford in a benefit for the Downtown Women’s Center and dance co-created by men in prison.

“Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts” profiles an artist born into slavery who later in life created images with a persistent, ethereal relevance.

Is a tiny house really a glorified toolshed? Are the unhoused serving as guinea pigs for architect’s design experiments? Our columnist visits L.A.'s new wave of shelter solutions.

José Delbo, an 87-year-old comic artist, sold more than $1 million worth of Wonder Woman NFTs. Sales like his got the attention of DC Comics and Marvel. The debate over NFT winners and losers.

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Palm Springs Art Museum reopens with desert heroine Agnes Pelton, who deserves a place alongside Georgia O’Keeffe among early American Modern artists.

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