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Updated! Here’s When Your Favorite L.A. Movie Theaters Are Coming Back

From the New Beverly to the Nuart, we can't wait to get our butts back in these seats
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The Faces and Stories of America’s Working Class Come to Life on Screens in Grand Park

Photographer Sam Comen's series 'Working America' celebrates the beating heart of the working class: first-generation and immigrant Americans
dazed and confused

Stoned Again: A Look Back at the Making of ’90s Classic ‘Dazed and Confused’

A remarkable new oral history about the making of Richard Linklater’s 1993 breakout chronicles the lost paradise of early ’90s indie filmmaking as it transitioned unsteadily to the Hollywood mainstream
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Wrap Up Pride Month with This Queer Reading List for YA Lovers

From a fantasy novel about a 'stressed zillenial lesbian' to a story about a trans candidate for class president, these books will keep you entertained till next Pride Month
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Disneyland Is Giving Another Controversial Attraction a Non-Racist Makeover

After years of complaints, the Jungle Cruise will no longer negatively depict native people
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Where to See July 4 Fireworks In and Around L.A. This Year

Patriotic pyrotechnics extravaganzas are back, baby
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A New Podcast Reexamines the ‘O.C. Rape Doctor’ Case

The disturbing allegations against Grant Robicheaux and Cerissa Riley are at the center of a new true crime series
summer books

Better Than Beach Reads: A Guide to This Summers Buzziest Books

From thrillers to poetry, summer’s biggest books are ready to hit the sand
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5 Things to Watch, Do, and Listen To in July

Your cultural agenda this month includes the Space Jam sequel, new music from Billie Eilish, and more
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On a New Podcast, Big Names Give Voice to Stories by Formerly Incarcerated Youth

'Written Off,' a new project from Walter Thompson-Hernández and Jay Ellis, invites stars like Issa Rae and John Legend to read creative writing by young people in the criminal justice system