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A sculpture shown at LACMA ended up on Craigslist. A DJ turned it into a sound studio Click to view images

"Migrant Dubs" was created by Los Jaichackers and shown in the groundbreaking "Phantom Sightings" in 2008. Now it's a sound studio for DJ Escuby.

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How Judy Blume's 'Margaret' became a movie: Time travel and no streamers, for a start Click to view images

Judy Blume, James L. Brooks and Kelly Fremon Craig hash out — and argue over — how they finally came to adapt "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret."

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For Angelenos like my parents, Harry Belafonte had one title: King of the Greek Click to view images

Senior writer Greg Braxton recalls the late crooner's summer performances at L.A.'s Greek Theatre — Belafonte's most popular tunes and shout-outs to "the people in the trees."

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'New York, New York' the film is not good. The new Broadway musical is worse Click to view images

Martin Scorsese's 1977 film has been turned into a shlocky Broadway musical despite a Kander and Ebb score and additional lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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Don Lemon was the brightest star at CNN. Then he became the story Click to view images

How a series of missteps led to Lemon's fall from grace, just two years after "Don Lemon Tonight" became the cable network's prime-time flagship.

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Tucker Carlson is about to find out if he's bigger than Fox News Click to view images

With his ouster from Fox News, Tucker Carlson holds the rare distinction of being fired by all three major cable news channels. Yet every time so far, he has bounced back and grown his audience, while moving toward darker and more divisive themes. What's stopping him from doing it again?

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Where do the red carpet looks go at the end of the night? This fashion archivist has a growing solution Click to view images

The Wardrobe, founded by Julie Ann Clauss, recently expanded to Los Angeles to archive and care for entertainers' fashion pieces. What began as a job with Tom Ford evolved into a service for the industry.

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