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The Japanese photographer's work is on view at the Getty.
Sloan, 70, died Monday night. 'For those who grew up in Southern California in the golden glow of the mid-'60s," Joel Bellman writes, "he produced the soundtrack of our lives."
After this week's Ovation Awards, I am suggesting - and hoping - that more producers, writers and actors start thinking about larger theater venues.
Celebrating Day of the Dead early at Olvera Street. A little gallery.
This opera on the move across Los Angeles changes the nature of spectator and artist. Check out our sneak peek.
The interactive, large-scale installation that simulates the experience of continuous rainfall will open at LACMA on Sunday.
Marathons, hallmarks and icons -- are they the trick to boost ticket sales?
How to attract young-adult audiences to LA's professional theaters? Here are two productions that are trying.
The most diverse and widest ranging exhibit of Cuban art ever presented in Los Angeles opens Saturday night.
An exhibit of World War II camp photos at the Skirball includes images by Dorothea Lange and Toyo Miyatake.

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The ashes of Ray Richmond's mom may have been upstairs in the VIP area. But the family felt her presence.
The new Clifton's opened last week but was unexpectedly closed all weekend "due to some unforeseen circumstances," a sign taped to the door said.
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