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The Los Angeles Times joins a slate of news and media companies, including Spotify, Buzzfeed News, and NPR, that have laid off employees in recent months.
Rising to fame in the 1980s, Keith Haring’s graffiti-inspired drawings became synonymous with HIV/AIDS activism. His legacy is the focus of a new exhibition at The Broad Museum.
Critics review the latest film releases: “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” “The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster,” “Lynch/Oz,” and “Flamin' Hot.”
At the height of World War II, Mexican American youth in LA were targeted in the Zoot Suit Riots. Many prominent Black Angelenos came to their defense.