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  • Jay Z and Beyonce on tour of L.A.-area mega-mansions

    Jay Z and Beyonce on tour of L.A.-area mega-mansions
    Jay Z and Beyonce have been making waves — in Los Angeles-area real estate.
  • RZA Reflects on 'The 36th Chamber of Shaolin' and Wu-Tang Clan at LACMA

    Welcoming producer, rapper, director and Wu-Tang Clan founder the RZA to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Tuesday night, the Film Independent at LACMA series scored an excellent 35mm print of Liu Chia-Liang's 1978 kung-fu classic "The 36th...

    Wild architecture makes German cinema come alive at LACMA

    Wild architecture makes German cinema come alive at LACMA
    Movies can be great. Art can be great. But put them together in a museum exhibition, and the combination can be not-so-great. In fact, it can be downright tedious: acres of wall space jammed with photos and film posters, all punctuated by dim projection...

    LACMA curator emeritus lists artful Hollywood Hills West home for sale

    LACMA curator emeritus lists artful Hollywood Hills West home for sale
    The home of Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator emeritus Maurice Tuchman has come on the market in Hollywood Hills West at $5.75 million and it is a work of art itself. Designed by museum architect Brent Saville for Tuchman, the hilltop compound...

    LACMA spotlights '20s German Expressionist films

    LACMA spotlights '20s German Expressionist films
    Complex. Sophisticated. Groundbreaking. Shocking. These words describe the German Expressionist cinema during the Weimar era after World War I — a bravura brand of filmmaking that is still mesmerizing audiences and influencing filmmakers today....