Here Are the Angelenos We’re Rooting for in 2019

From podcasters to politicians, we're keeping an eye on these L.A. movers and shakers

Terminated Marciano Art Foundation Employees Showed Up to Work Anyway on Friday

Holding picket signs aloft, the laid-off employees demanded to be let back in to the suddenly shuttered museum

The Valley Relics Museum Was Expanding—Then COVID-19 Struck

The "little museum with a big mission" is among the indie institutions figuring out how to withstand temporary closure
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A Landmark Exhibit Celebrating Black Power Is Coming to the Broad—and It’s Almost Time to Get Tickets

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power is the museum's can't-miss exhibit of 2019
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Science and the Horror Genre Have Always Been Intertwined

A new exhibit delves into the Natural History Museum's impressive collection of artifacts from Universal's monster movies
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The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Finally Has an Opening Date

Take an early look inside the highly anticipated movie museum coming to the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax
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What’s Closed, Canceled, and Postponed Due to Coronavirus So Far?

From 'Hamilton' to hockey, our up-to-date list of what's been called off as the outbreak expands
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A Group Opposed to the LACMA Redesign Is Staging Its Own Design Competition

The unofficial ”LACMA Not LackMA” contest seeks alternatives to architect Peter Zumthor’s plans for the museum
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The La Brea Tar Pits Are an L.A. Landmark. Why Weren’t L.A. Architects Tapped for the Redo?

The iconic Miracle Mile museum unveiled three future plans to the public, all of them designed by outsiders

Institutions from All Over L.A. Are Hauling Out Treasures from Their Archives

More than 70 big-name museums and small town historical societies gather at the Archives Bazaar to show off the cool stuff in their collections