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Taylor Swift delivers catharsis in epic SoFi show

Might Taylor Swift have even more up her sleeve in her L.A. concerts? The Times' Mikael Wood and Suzy Exposito were at SoFi for opening night and provided live updates from the show.
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Taylor Swift delivers emotional catharsis and anthems galore in epic, three-plus-hour show Click to view images

Taylor Swift kicked off six sold-out shows at SoFi Stadium, and The Times' Mikael Wood and Suzy Exposito were there to provide a full rundown.

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How Chicana and Native artists are preserving cultural memory Click to view images

Solo shows featuring Amalia Mesa-Bains at the Berkeley Art Museum and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at the Whitney help undo history's erasures.

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Hollywood actors on strike, but many A-list celebrities still working. Inside side deals debate Click to view images

SAG-AFTRA approved side agreements allowing more than 100 independent film projects and series to move forward amid the strike, but the deals have spurred debate.

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How the Universal Studios tram tour defined the modern theme park Click to view images

The most important theme park ride ever created? It may just be the Universal Studios tram tour, which dates to the silent film era. Once primarily a behind-the-scenes tour, the trek has evolved to define the modern theme park.

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Review: Funny and vibrant, 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem' is an easy shell Click to view images

With this animated feature directed by Jeff Rowe ("The Mitchells vs. the Machines"), a decades-old franchise hits an unexpectedly delightful high point.

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Column: Adamant and argumentative, SAG-AFTRA plays new role in Hollywood strikes: the heavy Click to view images

Despite glimmers of internal dissension, SAG-AFTRA's aggressive stance has, to the surprise of many, sent the studios to the relative 'safety' of the WGA.

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'Star Trek' made its first ever musical episode, but was it any good? Our writers discuss Click to view images

For the first time in its 57-year existence, "Star Trek" made a musical episode. Our television critic and "Star Trek'" fan Robert Lloyd discusses the episode with reporter and musical theater lover Ashley Lee.

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