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All Power Books, a West Adams resource in tough times, faces its own uncertain future
More than a bookstore, All Power was founded last year to help West Adams' neediest. As its landlord renovates, the "radical space" wonders what's next.
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Review: With 'Yerba Buena,' a top L.A. author of queer YA romance is all grown up
Nina LaCour's first novel for adults, "Yerba Buena," follows a promising and complicated lesbian love story in the mold of Sarah Waters.
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Review: Why a novel about a home for 'feeble-minded women' resonates with our antiabortion moment
Ann Leary's 'The Foundling' is based on the true history of an institution with roots in eugenics and the perennial urge to control women's bodies.
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Six picks for your weekend: 'Fancy Nancy,' 'Sleeping Beauty,' a 'Top Gun' spoof and more
A 'Sleeping Beauty' ballet. The kid-friendly musical 'Fancy Nancy.' The classic WWII drama 'The Best Years of Our Lives.' A 'Top Gun' sendup.
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Commentary: Why the Onion's take on the Uvalde shooting captures every parent's worst nightmare
The image of the yellow police tape on the Onion's front page today is the color of every parent's worst nightmare: that their child's school became the target of yet another mass shooting.
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Spotify removes dozens of 'Joe Rogan Experience' podcast episodes, citing 'technical issue'
Thirty-six episodes of 'The Joe Rogan Experience' podcast disappear from Spotify, according to the tracking website JRE Missing.
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Brandy gives Jack Harlow a history lesson on her legacy by updating his own song
Rapper Jack Harlow didn't recognize Brandy's voice in a recent interview. Now she's reminding him of her greatness using his hit single 'First Class.'
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What's next for Ellen DeGeneres once her talk show goes off the air?
Despite offers pouring in, outgoing daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres says she's planning on sitting still after 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
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'No matter what happens' in his trial with Heard, Johnny Depp says he spoke his truth
In his rebuttal on the witness stand Wednesday, Johnny Depp called ex-wife Amber Heard's abuse allegations 'humiliating ... and all false.'
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Brad Williams brings comedy to (gigantic) center stage of Cirque du Soleil's 'Mad Apple'
Comedian Brad Williams of Cirque du Soleil's "Mad Apple" at New York New York revels in bringing lovable lowbrow humor to the Strip's highest-flying platform.
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TLC star Josh Duggar sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for child pornography
The former star of '19 Kids and Counting' was sentenced Wednesday to 151 months on for receiving materials depicting the sexual abuse of children.
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Review: With pain in the air, Olivia Rodrigo offers catharsis and empathy at homecoming show
The 19-year-old spoke to the day's tragic events while delivering an emotional hits-packed performance to an audience of enraptured Gen Z girls.
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After scandals, 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' concludes Thursday. Here's what to expect
How to watch the talk show host wrap up 19 years on air, with guest Jennifer Aniston and musical performances by Pink and Billie Eilish.
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'Abbott Elementary' cast is 'sick' and 'heartbroken' after Texas school shooting
'Sick to my stomach tonight over the love affair America has with guns,' tweeted Quinta Brunson, star and creator of ABC's hit sitcom 'Abbott Elementary.'
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These TV shows and events have been pulled in the wake of Texas school shooting
From "FBI" to "Physical," TV shows and entertainment events have been postponed out of respect for the victims of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
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Ricky Gervais knew people would be mad about his new Netflix special. He did it anyway
Comedian Ricky Gervais released a new Netflix special making jokes at the expense of trans people. He expected people to be upset — and he was right.
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MOCA announces Clara Kim as new chief curator, director of curatorial affairs
Clara Kim, an alum of the Tate Modern and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, takes over as MOCA's chief curator and director of curatorial affairs on Sept. 1.
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At L.A. concert, Olivia Rodrigo calls for 'stricter gun control' after Texas shooting
'I'm so heartbroken that this is the reality that we're living in,' Olivia Rodrigo said after a gunman killed 19 children at an elementary school.
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Fans and record labels are addicted to TikTok. But some artists are just saying no
This week, pop star Halsey criticized her record label for its reliance on TikTok to promote her music, and other prominent artists followed suit.
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Here's why Bill Cosby is back on trial nearly a year after he was released from prison
Bill Cosby, 84, will stand trial in June after Judy Huth accused him of sexual assault when she was a teenager in the '70s. Here's what you need to know.
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Matthew McConaughey grieves for Texas hometown after shooting: 'Action must be taken'
'This is an epidemic we can control,' Matthew McConaughey said after a school shooting in his hometown of Uvalde, Texas, left 19 children dead.
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Kate Moss testifies in the Depp-Heard trial. Here's how she's connected to Depp
Supermodel Kate Moss testifies via video in support of former flame Johnny Depp during his defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.
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In testimony, Kate Moss quashes old rumor that Johnny Depp pushed her down stairs
Model Kate Moss, Depp's girlfriend in the '90s, set the record straight with testimony about what happened on those stairs in Jamaica.
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Emmys 2022: Drama acting power rankings
"The Crown" has abdicated. What actors are ready to step up in the Emmy drama races?
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How a sense of place and family link generations in 'Pachinko'
Showrunner Soo Hugh and directors Justin Chon and Kogonada find the personal amid the story's sweeping scope
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Antaeus Theatre Company presents a brisk, if not especially resonant, 'Hamlet'
Ramón de Ocampo stars in a new production of William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet.'
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How 'The Gilded Age' chases the details of 1880s American fashion extravagance
As specialty garment makers become increasingly rare, the production launched a worldwide scramble to find the skills and sources they needed.
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Sissy Spacek taps into the down-to-earth elements of her new sci-fi drama 'Night Sky'
Not generally a sci-fi fan, the actress focused on the part of the story rooted in reality. "The other, I just tried not to mess up."
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Inside those 'Succession' finale moments that made you gasp
Two key scenes in the finale bring the Roy family duplicity home.
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Review: Apocalypse on the L.A. River? The novel 'City of Orange' blends humor and dread
In the intriguing, internal 'City of Orange,' David Yoon's second novel for adults, an amnesiac man wakes up at what might be the end of the world.
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