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SAG-AFTRA responds to studios' 'last, best and final offer'

SAG-AFTRA said it responded Monday to what the AMPTP described as its 'last, best and final offer' to end the actors' strike.
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SAG-AFTRA responds to studios' 'last, best and final offer' as actors' strike drags on Click to view images

SAG-AFTRA said it responded Monday to what the AMPTP described as its "last, best and final offer" to end the actors' strike.

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Taylor Swift, SZA and maybe Morgan Wallen? Our predictions for Friday's Grammy nominations Click to view images

Taylor Swift, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo are the surest bets for multiple nominations on Friday, while country stars Morgan Wallen and Zach Bryan are the wild cards.

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How comedy photographers capture the energy of L.A.'s post-pandemic stand-up scene Click to view images

We spoke with a handful of L.A.'s busiest comedy scene photographers about what makes their job of capturing the spirit of funny people inside the city's most popular clubs so unique as crowds return to live shows

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How a Chinese restaurant in Detroit taught a queer L.A. writer everything he knows Click to view images

Curtis Chin grew up in 1980s Detroit around his family's Chinese restaurant, Chung's. In a new memoir, he explains how it taught him everything he knows.

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Californian author Ed Park's wildly ambitious novel of alt-history Korea Click to view images

Ed Park's debut, "Personal Days," satirized office culture. His new novel of alternate history, "Same Bed Different Dreams," is a wildly more ambitious project.

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Michael Strahan's 'GMA' absence will continue as he deals with 'personal family matters' Click to view images

Michael Strahan will continue his absence from "Good Morning America" due to "personal family matters." He has been missing from the ABC show since Oct. 26.

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Actors' Equity, Broadway League settle after historic effort to organize 'Waitress' tour Click to view images

The settlement comes after Equity attempted to organize a nonunion tour of the Sara Bareilles musical, the first effort of its kind in more than 20 years.

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