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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’ and ‘Jawline’
Kirsten Dunst works her way up a cultlike pyramid scheme, and a 16-year-old tries to break into the influencer world in “Jawline.”
7 hours ago
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What’s on TV Sunday: ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’ and ‘Jawline’
‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Poster Tantalizes Fans
The poster, revealed at D23 Expo, Disney’s largest fan event, was one of several announcements for fans of “Star Wars,” Marvel and Pixar.
15 hours ago
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‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Poster Tantalizes Fans
Has Western L.G.B.T.Q. Activism Actually Hurt the Cause in Africa?
Robbie Corey-Boulet’s “Love Falls on Us” points out the negative consequences of American humanitarian efforts abroad.
1 day ago
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Has Western L.G.B.T.Q. Activism Actually Hurt the Cause in Africa?
The Week in Arts: Alton Brown Returns; Lil Nas X Plays the Hit
Food Network’s brainy cooking show comes back after seven years, ‘Othello’ goes up in Bryant Park and the ‘Old Town Road’ rapper takes on Pier 17.
1 day ago
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The Week in Arts: Alton Brown Returns; Lil Nas X Plays the Hit
What’s on TV Saturday: A Motown Documentary and ‘Mapplethorpe’
Berry Gordy revisits his label’s influence, and Matt Smith portrays the iconic American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
1 day ago
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What’s on TV Saturday: A Motown Documentary and ‘Mapplethorpe’
Anna Torv of ‘Mindhunter’ on Playing It Cool, if Not Straight
The Australian actress talked about the protective stoicism of her closeted character and why even serial-killer shows shouldn’t hit you over the head.
1 day ago
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Anna Torv of ‘Mindhunter’ on Playing It Cool, if Not Straight
What They Left Behind: Toons, the Snurfer and ‘Macho Man’
Some gems from the life’s work of people remembered in obituaries in The Times.
1 day ago
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What They Left Behind: Toons, the Snurfer and ‘Macho Man’
Charles Santore Dies at 84; Illustrated Classic Children’s Books
He began his career creating magazine advertisements and covers for TV Guide, and later focused on vibrant new versions of classic children’s tales.
1 day ago
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Charles Santore Dies at 84; Illustrated Classic Children’s Books
11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Venus Williams gets her due. A father-son journey in Iceland. How Uber got lost. The legacy of “Sesame Street.” And more.
1 day ago
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11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Werner Kramarsky, Rights Official and Arts Patron, Dies at 93
He played prominent roles in both city and state government in New York. He wore another hat as well, supporting artists and building a vast drawing collection.
1 day ago
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Werner Kramarsky, Rights Official and Arts Patron, Dies at 93
Essential Arts: The impenetrable Music Center gets an accessible new look
The week's essential arts news, including the Rios Clementi Hale Studios revamp of the Music Center plaza, a visit to LACMA and an opera report from Europe.
17 hours ago
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Essential Arts: The impenetrable Music Center gets an accessible new look
'Apollo 11' live show won't make the leap from Pasadena to Orange County after all
Producers cancel the Costa Mesa run for the $15 million multimedia play, which re-created the Apollo 11 moon landing under a giant portable dome.
1 day ago
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'Apollo 11' live show won't make the leap from Pasadena to Orange County after all
Q&A: Why Luis J. Rodriguez is reviving 'Always Running' as a live show
'Always Running,' Luiz J. Rodriguez's classic book about gang life, comes to life in Boyle Heights
1 day ago
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Q&A: Why Luis J. Rodriguez is reviving 'Always Running' as a live show
Column: LACMA, largely closed, has become an expensive ghost town
Most of LACMA's permanent collection is gone but the entrance price and parking still cost the same, a sad situation for museum-goers and tourists.
1 day ago
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Column: LACMA, largely closed, has become an expensive ghost town
Blood, sex and '80s art: Director Hari Sama on making 'This Is Not Berlin'
Why Mexico City's roiling '80s art scene is Hari Sama's focus in 'This Is Not Berlin'
1 day ago
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Blood, sex and '80s art: Director Hari Sama on making 'This Is Not Berlin'
Review: In 'Frankenstein' at A Noise Within, a harrowing performance pulses with humanity
A Noise Within's stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel finds its heart in Michael Manuel's turn as the Creature.
1 day ago
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Review: In 'Frankenstein' at A Noise Within, a harrowing performance pulses with humanity
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