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8 best things to do in L.A. and O.C. on Leap Day weekend: Ballet BC, Ebersole, Chaplin
Christine Ebersole stars at the Wallis, violinist Philippe Quint salutes Charlie Chaplin, Los Angeles Ballet dances Balanchine and more.
Read our coverage of the case that became Netflix's 'The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez'
Netflix's new docuseries, "The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez," examines the harrowing abuse and systemic failures that led to the death of the 8-year-old from Palmdale in 2013.
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AMC Theatre to open in Porter Ranch as cinema giant grows in L.A.
AMC's presence in the Los Angeles region has grown to 34 theaters and 461 screens since it opened its first West Coast location more than 50 years ago.
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Angelica Garcia plumbs her East L.A. roots on defiant new album: 'It's more than just the tacos'
On her new album, the L.A.-raised Angelica Garcia, a musical favorite of former President Obama, eschews the Americana of her debut for a Latinx version of M.I.A.'s agitpop.
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Wearing a mask, Gwyneth Paltrow cracks a coronavirus joke: 'I've already been in this movie'
Actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson are showing off the face masks they're wearing for air travel as the coronavirus spreads.
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Harvey Weinstein juror calls Annabella Sciorra's testimony 'convincing' despite verdict
A member of the jury that convicted Harvey Weinstein of rape defended actress Annabella Sciorra after he was found not guilty of sexually assaulting her.
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Who needs 'Friends'? Apple TV+ doesn't
Apple's CEO Tim Cook said on Wednesday that his company is only interested in original content and not re-runs of shows like "Friends."
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Review: The sharp heist-thriller pleasures of 'The Whistlers' translate into any language
The great Romanian writer-director Corneliu Porumboiu dives into "Ocean's Eleven" territory, with inimitably fun results.
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Review: Call it Cave Painting Modern. How Brenda Goodman taps into a primal beauty
At the L.A. gallery the Landing, Brenda Goodman's paintings have been cut, carved, drilled and gouged into existence. The effect is mind-blowing.
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Coronavirus travel restrictions postpone Hollywood Bowl's Korean music festival
The 18th Korea Times Music Festival at the Hollywood Bowl is on hold due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions in Asia.
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TV has a new kind of heroine: The Latina genius. Here's why it matters
Netflix's "The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia" and Disney's "Diary of a Future President" join a spate of TV series with a new kind of heroine: the Latina genius.
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Fiery Democrats create a chaotic debate for CBS News
Even extensive preparation by the network could not keep the candidates in line as crucial primaries loom.
After conquering New York, BTS takes Los Angeles with 'Carpool Karaoke'
While promoting its new album, K-pop sensation BTS took a ride around Los Angeles with James Corden for an episode of "Carpool Karaoke."
From 'Emma' to Natalie Portman, a dress can be worth a thousand words
"Little Women's" costume design Oscar may not be enough, but it honors an essential element of literary adaptation.
Review: The blue-jeaned billionaires ruining Wyoming
In "Billionaire Wilderness," Justin Farrell dissects America's most unequal place — Teton County
Horror's 'It' girl says she's just winging it. Netflix may beg to differ
Sophia Lillis ('It,' 'Sharp Objects') deals with teen angst and uncontrollable telekinetic abilities in Netflix's "I Am Not Okay With This."
Meet Anne Litt: KCRW's new music director is the first woman in the influential job
Litt is only the fifth music director for the powerful public radio station.
Otis College of Art and Design picks entertainment executive as its new president
Otis names Charles Hirschhorn, an executive whose resume includes AEG Television, G4, Fox Broadcasting and Disney Television, as its new leader.
The real life Jean Seberg and the tragic tale behind Kristen Stewart's 'Seberg'
Diane Baker, Diane Ladd and the writers and director of the movie "Seberg" reflect on the tumultuous life and mysterious death of the 1960s New Wave star.
What's on TV Wednesday, Feb. 26: 'It's Personal With Amy Hoggart' on TBS and truTV
What's on TV Wednesday, Feb. 26: 'It's Personal With Amy Hoggart' on TBS and truTV; Presidential Town Halls;
Disney CEO shake-up: What you need to know about Bob Iger and successor Bob Chapek
Bob Iger transformed Disney during his 15-year tenure as CEO; now he's handing the reins to Bob Chapek, who led the company's parks division for nearly five years.
Democrats' Vegas debate wins the weekly TV ratings
TV Ratings story for the week of Feb. 17-23: The Democrats' Las Vegas debate won the weekly ratings
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REDCAT names a new leader: curator and writer João Ribas
João Ribas is the new executive director and vice president for cultural partnerships at CalArts' boundary-pushing theater in DTLA.
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Hilary Duff doesn't want strangers photographing her kids — or yours
"Lizzie McGuire" star Hilary Duff got upset when a man refused to stop taking pictures of her 7-year-old son's football game. Now she wants laws changed.
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Bob Chapek named Walt Disney Co. CEO, replacing Bob Iger
The change is effective immediately, the company said. Iger assumes the role of Executive Chairman and will direct the company's creative endeavors.
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Review: Explosions, valor and visuals lift crowd-pleasing 'My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising'
Young warriors face a new villain in the anime tale "My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising," directed by Kenji Nagasaki.
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Former Google executive tapped to run Hulu as management shuffle continues
Walt Disney Co. has been reshaping Hulu's leadership since the Burbank entertainment company consolidated its ownership stake.
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Tyra Banks' modeling theme park, ModelLand, is finally opening in Santa Monica
A decade in the making, Tyra Banks' modeling utopia, ModelLand, 'will emulate a fantasy version of the modeling world.' The park opens in Santa Monica in May.
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Review: L.A. Phil's Ives-Dvorák cycle seemed like a bad idea. Dudamel made it a revelation
Better than Leonard Bernstein? You bet. Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Phil deliver a vibrant, rapturous start to an unlikely symphony cycle.
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'The Oprah Winfrey Show' — all 25 years of it — will soon be a podcast
Fans will be able to relive 25 years of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" via a new podcast featuring interviews with Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Suze Orman and others.
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