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Quentin Tarantino’s Oeuvre Is Coming to Life on a Hollywood Stage

It's not the first time For the Record has taken on the violent auteur, but the latest incarnation of their stage show incorporates 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'
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6 Fall Books We Can’t Wait to Read: Lauren Groff, Colson Whitehead, and More

If you need us this season, we'll be cozying up with a good book
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‘Art Literally Saves Lives’: Patrisse Cullors on Her Work, Activism, and the Future

The Black Lives Matter cofounder recently sat down with Second Home's Rohan Silva to discuss her latest artwork "Harriet" and what comes next
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From Banksy to the Ballet: Your Fall 2021 To-Do List

A roundup of the can't-miss arts and entertainment events in L.A. this season
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Friday Playlist: New Music for Your Weekend

New music from Baby Keem and Kendrick Lamar, Halsey, and more
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The Outrageous Story of How Arthur J. Williams Jr. Went from Cash Counterfeiter to Gallery Owner

The man notorious for flawlessly replicating the 1996 $100 bill is now a prolific artist with a space on Melrose Avenue. His message? “People can change”
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After 20 Years, Outdoor Movies Series Cinespia Is Better Than Ever

The beloved retro film party, which draws thousands of people to a cemetery every weekend, puts a cap on its 20th summer with a pair of Labor Day screenings

Gold Coast, the Legendary WeHo Gay Bar, Rises from the Dead

The dusty Santa Monica Boulevard dive bar that closed after 40 years is reopening next year with new owners, a new name and a fetching facelift

Amid a War and a Global Pandemic, Local Groups Supporting Queer Armenians Saw an Opportunity to Build Community

How Equality Armenia and other L.A.-based organizations are seizing a moment to make a difference
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Descendents Founded Pop-Punk Decades Ago. Its Original Lineup Sounds as Fresh as Ever

The South Bay punk legends revived old recordings for a new album that's special for a lot of reasons