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How Run the World's young female influencers found hope in music and one another
Run the World, a new pop group made up of young influencers, released their debut song, 'Rainbow,' to give children hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Virtual Fourth of July celebrations: 14 shows worth watching this holiday weekend
July 4 festivities from Pacific Symphony, Rose Bowl and the Music Center are free online. How to catch Lin-Manuel Miranda, Vanessa Williams and more.
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L.A. public radio station KCRW secures first pay deal amid media unionizing wave
After nearly a year of talks, public radio station KCRW has agreed to its first pay deal in the latest in a wave of unionizations.
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Vanilla Ice cancels Texas concert after COVID-19 blowback
Hours after saying he would perform in Texas despite a COVID-19 spike, Vanilla Ice decided to cancel an annual holiday-weekend concert in his home state.
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Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello drops police brutality protest song
Rage Against the Machine co-founder Tom Morello has teamed with the Bloody Beetroots, Shea Diamond and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds for "Stand Up."
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A free concert with La Santa Cecilia's La Marisoul: Your must-watch of the day
La Marisoul closes out Union Station's live Summer Sessions series. Here's how you can catch the concert at home.
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Beethoven for pandemic times: How Opus 132 is journey through illness and healing
Beethoven's A-minor String Quartet chronicles the composer's illness and recovery. Nearly 200 years later, it's a sonic window into our coronavirus world.
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How to Listen: A classical music series to open our ears in a COVID-quieted world
Ecstasy and excess, rhythm and repetition, gender and ethnicity. Lyricism, protest, healing. Critic Mark Swed's series on the ideas embedded in every note.
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