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Whitney Houston's hologram revue sounds great, looks lifelike and is still super creepy
A new holographic Whitney Houston revue, "An Evening With Whitney," is backed by the late singer's family and will tour the States later this year.
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A favorite of British comedy connoisseurs has his long overdue American moment
British comedian Matt Berry is having an American moment in "What We Do in the Shadows," "Disenchantment," "Toast of London" and "Year of the Rabbit."
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Rap world mourns Pop Smoke: 'The streets don't love you when you make it'
Chance the Rapper, Nicki Minaj, 50 Cent and other rappers took to social media to honor Pop Smoke, a rising New York artist who was fatally shot Wednesday.
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Review: Body parts, color and landscape fuse in Kristy Luck's art
In Kristy Luck's first L.A. solo show at Philip Martin Gallery, color is key.
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Who was Pop Smoke? 7 things to know about the rapper killed in Hollywood Hills
Pop Smoke, real name Bashar Barakah Jackson, was on the rise in the rap community before he was killed Wednesday in a Hollywood Hills home invasion.
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Review: Harrison Ford and other humans save CGI dog in kid-friendly 'The Call of the Wild'
Harrison Ford and a CGI sled dog star in 'The Call of the Wild,' the latest update of Jack London's novella about adventures in the 19th-century Yukon.
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Review: Oscar steps into artist Joe Sola's sly Hollywood hall of mirrors
The naked swordsman depicted in the Academy Award gets a digital once-over as Narcissus in new Joe Sola work on view.
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Charles Yu knows the world isn't black and white
Steph Cha shares a meal and some notes on performing identity with the "Interior Chinatown" author
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Ronan Farrow, Emily Bazelon and Colson Whitehead among L.A. Times Book Prize finalists
The 2019 Los Angeles Times Book Prizes honor crime novelist Walter Mosley for lifetime achievement.
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Column One: A Korean American stand-up comic walks into a bar in Korea. Hilarity ensues — or so he hopes
Danny Cho felt like he'd hit a wall in Hollywood, that opportunities for Asian American performers were always going to be limited. So he took his comedy act to Korea.
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Ahmanson Theatre 2020-21 season: 'Lehman Trilogy' joins 'Mockingbird' and 'Hadestown'
"The Lehman Trilogy" joins "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Hadestown" in the Ahmanson lineup, along with quick returns for "Evan Hansen," "Come From Away" and "Ain't Too Proud."
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What's on TV Wednesday, Feb. 19: 'Stumptown' on ABC
What's on TV Wednesday, Feb. 19: 'Stumptown' on ABC; Democratic Presidential Debate; Criminal Minds series finale
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Commentary: LGBTQ visibility on TV is at an all-time high. A new doc shows why the fight goes on
In the new Apple docuseries "Visible: Out on Television," the decades-long fight for LGBTQ representation on TV is only just beginning.
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Review: 'The $5 Shakespeare Company' finds laughs in the trip-ups of shoestring theater
Matthew Leavitt's play at Theatre 68 in North Hollywood is part farce, part loving tribute to small theater.
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Wendy Williams is under fire for mocking death of Amie Harwick, Drew Carey's ex
Wendy Williams is in hot water (yes, again) after she attempted to joke about the death of Amie Harwick, Drew Carey's ex, on her show Monday.
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Painter Shizu Saldamando puts a face to L.A.'s Latinx art and punk scenes
Mexican-Japanese artist Shizu Saldamando's portraits of artists and friends at Oxy Arts show a thriving Latinx art movement. Rafa Esparza, Ramiro Gomez, poet Raquel Gutiérrez and Guadalupe Rosales are some of the faces on the walls.
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Hollywood Bowl 2020 lineup: Janelle Monáe, Cynthia Erivo and celebrating women's suffrage
The Hollywood Bowl's 2020 season celebrates the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, loads of female performances and a Pan-American music initiative with lots of Latin rhythm. "School of Rock" will be summer's staged musical. Plus plenty of Gustavo Dudamel, John Williams and Harry Potter.
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Review: Hammer Museum's 'Paul McCarthy: Head Space' draws a revelatory picture of L.A. artist
Paul McCarthy's drawings crawl inside your head space, making the Hammer show deft, exhausting and painfully timely.
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'Friends' is the gift that keeps on giving to WarnerMedia
WarnerMedia has launched a massive marketing campaign around the 25th anniversary of the hit sitcom, which remains hugely popular for TV viewers and advertisers.
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What's on TV Tuesday, Feb. 18: 'Frontline: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos' on PBS
What's on TV Tuesday, Feb. 18: 'Frontline: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos' on PBS.
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A celebrated actress, choreographer, composer and painter stage T.S. Eliot's 'Four Quartets'
A celebrated multimedia staged reading of T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets."
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