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13 promising L.A. and O.C. museum exhibitions you can see now
Wayne Thiebaud, Yoshitomo Nara, butterflies, Bugattis and the Disney archives: a quick scan of exhibitions at SoCal's reopened museums.
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How to get a job as an extra in a movie or TV show
Extras don't get film credits or lines. But they can get union wages, meals and perks — such as getting to read novels or work on their side gigs while on the job.
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'Wynonna Earp's' creator didn't know the end was near. So she wrote it like she did
Creator Emily Andras and star Melanie Scrofano break down the Season 4 — and possibly series — finale of the beloved sci-fi Western.
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Frieze Los Angeles cancels its 2021 art fair and lays out a change for 2022
Frieze Los Angeles scraps plans for a July fair and instead focuses on next year, picking dates — and a new Beverly Hills location — for February.
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What's on Sunday talk shows: John Boehner, James Clyburn
Sunday Talk Shows: "CBS News Sunday Morning"; "Face the Nation" on CBS; "Meet the Press" on NBC; "This Week" on ABC; "Fox News Sunday" on Fox and Fox News.
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What's on TV Saturday: 'Lust: A Seven Deadly Sins Story'
What's on TV tonight, Saturday, April 10: Lust: "A Seven Deadly Sins Story" on Lifetime; Carey Mulligan hosts "Saturday Night Live."
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He was half of 'the most famous argument' in reality-TV history. Time proved him right
In 1992, original 'Real World' cast member Kevin Powell sparked vital conversations about race. It took 30 years, and a reunion, for many to listen.
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Lil Nas X's 'Satan Shoes' go up in smoke as Nike settles for a recall by Mschf
Lil Nas X's "Satan Shoes" are coming back home: His collaborator Mschf agreed to recall the devil-themed sneakers to settle a lawsuit with Nike.
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Review: Revolution, interrupted. Guillermo Calderón's potent 'Return of the Dragon'
What's the role of artists in times of social upheaval? Chilean playwright and director Guillermo Calderón returns to REDCAT with a micro-documentary.
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Prince Philip had a rich Hollywood history. Here's how he was depicted in film and TV
Prince Philip, who died Friday, lives on in film and TV. From "The Queen" to "The Crown," here are the actors who portrayed the Duke of Edinburgh.
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Halle Berry, Viola Davis and other celebs salute DMX: He 'meant so much to so many'
Rapper DMX has died at age 50 after suffering a heart attack. Chance the Rapper, Halle Berry and Viola Davis are among celebs paying their respects.
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What's on TV This Week: 'The Nevers' on HBO, the Capitol riot on 'Frontline'
TV highlights for April 11-17 also include the series finale of "Shameless," a new sitcom starring Jamie Foxx and a new reality series with Mark Wahlberg.
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DMX rapped, and lived, with a ferocity unmatched in the annals of hip-hop
The rap star dominated music for a five-year stretch and his unmistakable growl became synonymous with New York's grit and grime. He died on Friday at 50.
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Movies on TV this week 'Pulp Fiction' on BBC America and IFC
Movies on TV this week: April 11: 'Pulp Fiction' on BBC America and IFC; "The Godfather" and "The Godfather, Part II" on Showtime, and more
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Demi Lovato and 'Glee' cast honor Naya Rivera's contributions to LGBTQ community
"Santana Lopez was groundbreaking for closeted queer girls like I was at the time," said Demi Lovato, honoring Naya Rivera at the GLAAD Media Awards.
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Review: Belly up to the bar with John Boehner for nostalgic tales of government paralysis
The former House speaker's memoir, 'On the House,' brims with fury over the Trumpy takeover of his party, tales of the good old days, not much else.
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CBS News executive Kim Godwin will make history as new ABC News president
Kim Godwin, a CBS News executive since 2007, will become the first Black woman to run a broadcast network news operation as president of ABC News.
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The Hollywood Bowl is back. After historic closure, first shows honor essential workers
After a canceled season in 2020 — the first in 98 years — the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.
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How far is too far in depicting racist violence? Amazon's new series pushes the limit
"Them," about a Black family fighting racism and supernatural forces in the 1950s, includes warnings about its graphic depictions of racist violence.
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Commentary: 'Wynonna Earp' came at a dark time for queer women on TV. Then it changed the game
As its fourth and maybe final season ends Friday, "Wynonna Earp" deserves credit for refusing to "bury its gays" — and turning anxiety into comfort.
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Review: Melissa McCarthy is better than 'Thunder Force.' It's time for her to realize it
Melissa McCarthy teams up with Octavia Spencer for "Thunder Force," and the limp Netflix comedy wastes their Oscar worthy talents.
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Classic movies at local theaters and drive-ins: 'Singin' in the Rain,' 'Pulp Fiction' and more
Find a flick with our weekly guide to classic movies and cult favorites playing at local theaters, drive-ins, pop-ups and rooftops near you.
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What's on TV Friday: 'MacGyver' on CBS; Masters Tournament
What's on TV tonight, Friday, April 9: "MacGyver" on CBS; the series finale of "Wynonna Earp" on Syfy; the Masters Tournament continues on ESPN with highlights on CBS
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Review: The road to enlightenment passes through Google
"The Cup" director Khyentse Norbu places a Tibetan entrepreneur on a mystical journey in "Looking for a Lady With Fangs and a Moustache."
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A true-crime app scraps plans to turn George Floyd's killing into 'an experience'
A widely criticized augmented-reality experience billed as the "iconic final moments" of George Floyd's life has been canceled by the CrimeDoor app.
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Review: The indelibility of tattoos doesn't transfer to 'The Man Who Sold His Skin'
The relentlessly posed, Oscar-nominated "The Man Who Sold His Skin" explores the thorny convergence of art world privilege and real-world woes.
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Disney unveils June opening date for Marvel-themed Avengers Campus
Delayed by COVID-19 closures, Avengers Campus, which will include a family-focused interactive Spider-Man ride, is set to open June 4 at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim.
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Hollywood lawyer Howard Weitzman, attorney to Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, dies
Hollywood attorney Howard Weitzman dies at age 81 after an illustrious career representing some of the entertainment industry's biggest names.
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A huge digital art show will light up DTLA buildings. Here are 22 picks for weekend culture
Our weekend picks also include drive-in opera, an in-person screening of "Singin' in the Rain" and a dance party with BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors.
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Review: An elite skier is sexually abused by her coach in the French drama 'Slalom'
"Slalom," a French sexual abuse drama starring Noée Abita and Jérémie Renier, is set in the world of elite skiing.
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