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The entertainment jobs AI's most likely to take over

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Which entertainment jobs are most likely to be disrupted by AI? A new study has answers
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Which entertainment jobs are most likely to be disrupted by AI? New study has answers Click to view images

A new study estimates that 62,000 entertainment jobs in California will be disrupted by artificial intelligence in the next three years.

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The legend of Howdy Glenn, Inglewood's Black firefighting country singer Click to view images

The Inglewood resident was one of very few Black men to have success in country music in the 1970s, and one of two known Black male artists from California who performed at a nationally-charting level.

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Joni Mitchell Announces Joni Jam Concert at the Hollywood Bowl in October Click to view images

The beloved Canadian singer-songwriter, who became one of L.A.'s defining voices over a long career in folk and jazz, will headline the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 19.

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'Native women are unstoppable': Lily Gladstone's plan to expand Indigenous inclusion Click to view images

Lily Gladstone is the first Native American to earn an Oscar nomination for lead actress. Now that she has kicked the door down, she plans on holding it open.

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With Mindy Kaling in her corner, author Amina Akhtar sets out to shake rather than strangle stereotypes Click to view images

Amina Akhtar's third novel, "Almost Surely Dead" — the next book from Mindy Kaling's Amazon imprint — is part supernatural thriller, part social commentary, part family saga.

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Why youth sports drive parents crazy and 10 more lessons from a mom who's been through it Click to view images

After three kids' and 20 years' worth of youth sports, columnist Mary McNamara reflects on the real reason parents yell at the refs and other lessons she's learned along the way.

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Issa Rae eyeing indie move as Black stories get sidelined: 'I can't force you to make my stuff' Click to view images

Issa Rae is happy to get back to work after Hollywood's labor strikes but is pessimistic after "seeing very clearly" that Black stories "are less of a priority."

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