Things to Do at Home, in the Car, or Outdoors This Weekend

The L.A. Zoo reopens, Patton Oswalt brings live comedy to your living room, and more
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What to Stream This Weekend: ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ and More

A roundup of the best movies and shows available right in your living room
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‘Ologies’ Host Alie Ward Is Making Science Wonderfully Entertaining

The never boring podcast about experts in different sciences recently passed the 50-million-downloads threshold
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Miss L.A.’s Club Scene? On Twitch, the Party Is Still Going

Almost a year after clubs closed, DJs and drag queens are finding new audiences thanks to live streaming—but making the move online hasn't been without complications
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The College Admissions Scandal Is an L.A. Story That Was Decades in the Making

In the new book 'Guilty Admissions,' author Nicole LaPorte traces the roots of the scheme that shocked America
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A New Book Takes a Long Overdue Look at the History of Native Americans in Comedy

Comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff chronicles 150 years of Native comedy, from the days of Wild West shows to the internet age
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Getting Bored? These Virtual Parties and Immersive Game Nights Might Help

Looks like we're in for a few more months of partying on the couch. Time to get creative
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Local Church Offers Drive-Thru ‘Ash and Dash’ Service for Ash Wednesday

Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church is finding a pandemic-safe way to connect with worshipers
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Devendra Banhart and Simphiwe Ndzube: Kindred Spirits Connect at an L.A. Gallery

The Venezuelan-American musician-painter and the South African multimedia artist talk about their upbringings, inspirations, and making art with a sense of humor
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Desert X Brings Outdoor Art Back to the Coachella Valley

Explore the outdoor, distance-friendly installations starting in March