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'Vanderpump Rules' executive producer on Season 11

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A few weeks after the 10th-season premiere of "Vanderpump Rules," "Scandoval" provided a much-needed jolt to the series, but also brought a new set of challenges in filming the new season.
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'Vanderpump Rules' executive producer Alex Baskin on 'Scandoval' and what's in store for Season 11 Click to view images

Alex Baskin, the executive producer of Bravo's "Vanderpump Rules," looks back at Season 10 and "Scandoval," and discusses what fans can expect for Season 11, premiering on Tuesday.

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'POTUS,' an all-female political farce, battles the patriarchy at the Geffen Playhouse Click to view images

"POTUS," Selina Fillinger's farce about the women charged with keeping a misbehaving president in line, has its L.A. premiere at the Geffen Playhouse in a production directed by Jennifer Chambers.

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Joni Mitchell will perform at the 66th Grammy Awards next week Click to view images

Joni Mitchell's Grammys performance will mark the latest step in a public comeback after the beloved singer-songwriter suffered a debilitating brain aneurysm in 2015.

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How Gustavo Dudamel, the L.A. Phil and Frank Gehry pulled off a very L.A. 'Das Rheingold' Click to view images

Los Angeles hasn't been much of a "Ring'"town, but the L.A. Phil production directed by Alberto Arvelo found a way to feel novel. Here's how.

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Charges against country music star Chris Young dropped by Nashville D.A. Click to view images

The alleged altercation with an officer occurred Monday night at a Nashville bar. After a review of evidence, charges will be dismissed, Nashville D.A. Glenn Funk said.

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Jay Leno files for conservatorship for wife Mavis, who has dementia Click to view images

It's unclear when Mavis Leno, 77, began suffering from dementia. "Jay is fully capable of continuing support for Mavis's physical and financial needs, as he has throughout their marriage," a court filing said.

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Dakota Johnson returns to host 'SNL' with an assist from Justin Timberlake Click to view images

"Madame Web" star Dakota Johnson hosted for the second time, and musical guest Justin Timberlake, who has hosted five times, joined in the sketches.

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