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Larry King, Breezy Interviewer of the Famous and Infamous, Dies at 87
Over five decades, he chatted with an estimated 50,000 people from all walks of life, from presidents and pundits to swindlers and U.F.O. "experts."
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Larry King, Breezy Interviewer of the Famous and Infamous, Dies at 87
"The Approach" Review: Three Women and the Men Who Define Them
Mark O"Rowe's intricate, beautifully acted play begs for debate. To start: Why don't its protagonists have full lives of their own"
5 hours ago
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"The Approach" Review: Three Women and the Men Who Define Them
Celebrity Pregnancy Is Big Business
These days, content begins at conception.
5 hours ago
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Celebrity Pregnancy Is Big Business
Harold Bloom Is Dead. But His "Rage for Reading" Is Undiminished.
Robert Gottlieb considers the celebrated Yale critic on the occasion of his last, posthumously published book, "The Bright Book of Life," which revisits the novels that inspired his passion and awe.
11 hours ago
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Harold Bloom Is Dead. But His "Rage for Reading" Is Undiminished.
Bob Avian, Choreographer of Broadway Smashes, Dies at 83
His collaborations with Michael Bennett included "A Chorus Line." He later worked on "Miss Saigon" and other hits.
21 hours ago
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Bob Avian, Choreographer of Broadway Smashes, Dies at 83
Jimmie Rodgers, Who Sang "Honeycomb" and Other Hits, Dies at 87
His crossover appeal landed him on the charts often in the 1950s and ?60s, but a violent incident in 1967 derailed his career.
23 hours ago
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Jimmie Rodgers, Who Sang "Honeycomb" and Other Hits, Dies at 87
Five Songs to Listen to Right Now
Check out five new and notable songs, including Lana Del Rey's unsettling latest single, a Taylor Swift bonus track and a salvo in hip-hop's gender war.
23 hours ago
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Five Songs to Listen to Right Now
Portraits of Strength
In this work, rendered with ink and fabric, Pierre Mukeba depicts women at various stages of life.
23 hours ago
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Portraits of Strength
Chairwoman of San Francisco Art School Facing Budget Issues Resigns
The leader of the board at the 150-year-old San Francisco Art Institute said she is confident the college has a plan to address its financial problems, but critics have suggested otherwise.
23 hours ago
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Chairwoman of San Francisco Art School Facing Budget Issues Resigns
Ticket Brokers Agree to Pay Millions in Scalping Settlements
The settlements are the first enforcement actions brought under the Better Online Ticket Sales Act, which was designed to prevent brokers from buying large numbers of tickets.
24 hours ago
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Ticket Brokers Agree to Pay Millions in Scalping Settlements
Commentary: Wanna buy a Botticelli? The masterpiece coming to auction, and who might nab it
The Renaissance portrait is estimated at $80 million, according to reports, but the pool of potential bidders may be surprisingly large.
1 day ago
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Commentary: Wanna buy a Botticelli? The masterpiece coming to auction, and who might nab it
15 culture picks: Birdland benefit with Leslie Odom Jr., the Broad on Basquiat
Randy Rainbow, Wynton Marsalis and Elvis Costello support a storied jazz club. Musical fans are invited to a "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" watch party.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
15 culture picks: Birdland benefit with Leslie Odom Jr., the Broad on Basquiat
How COVID-19 led an L.A. troupe to reject Zoom theater for play-at-home games
Shine On Collective pivoted from immersive theater to puzzle-box experiences during the pandemic. It's one example of how gaming is a growing aspect of new theater works.
2 days ago
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How COVID-19 led an L.A. troupe to reject Zoom theater for play-at-home games
Commentary: Presidential inaugurations are theater. What a difference this new cast makes
Same stage, different script: For a theater critic watching President Biden's inauguration, the most notable part of the performance is its humility.
2 days ago
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Commentary: Presidential inaugurations are theater. What a difference this new cast makes
Commentary: The symbolism in the Biden inaugural painting by Robert S. Duncanson
An 1859 painting by a prominent Black artist plays an important role in the Biden inauguration.
2 days ago
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Commentary: The symbolism in the Biden inaugural painting by Robert S. Duncanson
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