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William Friedkin gave the devil his due

If there's a reason "The Exorcist" is not just one of the great horror films but one of the great religious films, it's in how deeply William Friedkin commits to the redemptive properties of faith.
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In 'The Exorcist' and beyond, William Friedkin gave the devil his due Click to view images

Evil took on powerfully cinematic form in "The Exorcist," "Sorcerer" and other films directed by the Oscar-winning William Friedkin, who died Monday at 87.

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Marvel Studios VFX workers move to unionize amid Hollywood labor unrest Click to view images

Visual effects workers at Marvel Studios have filed for a union election, in a first for their industry. A majority of workers said they want to be represented by IATSE.

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Revisiting 'The O.C.' Tijuana episode: 'Welcome to TJ' Click to view images

Twenty years ago the hit television show "The O.C." traveled to Tijuana and perpetuated every negative stereotype of the city.

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The 50 greatest moments in hip-hop history Click to view images

As hip-hop celebrates its 50th anniversary on Aug. 11, The Times looks back at the artists, songs and innovations that changed the course of popular culture.

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The year Public Enemy and N.W.A brought fury and politics to rap Click to view images

In 1988, Black rage — over social conditions, over police violence, over the scourge of crack — fueled coast-to-coast landmarks from Pubic Enemy, N.W.A and Ice-T.

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The year Outkast and Atlanta took over hip-hop Click to view images

Atlanta's rap scene had been flowering for decades, but, says mixtape king DJ Drama, "2003 was the turning point. The city was it, you could feel it."

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When L.A. invented rap radio: The rise of KDAY Click to view images

In 1983, KDAY-AM became the first radio station to play wall-to-wall rap music, thanks to an ambitious new music director and some soon-to-be famous DJs.

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