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'Hollywood in Havana' at PMCA gives a new perspective on movie posters

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| Blockades, invasion, and embargoes couldn't totally divide the US and Cuba, especially when it came to Hollywood movies, whose posters Cuban artists interpreted in ways the world had never seen.

Dan Auerbach on working with 'the best musicians in the world'

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The Black Keys singer and guitarist talks about his solo album, "Working On a Song," and working with Nashville musicians.

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The woman who brought the Dodgers to LA celebrates the World Series

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Roz Wyman was only 23 when she ran for City Council with an audacious promise to bring a major sports team to the city. Here's how she did it.

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3 things to binge-watch to get you in the Halloween mood

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Take Two contributor Mark Jordan Legan stops by with a curated list of the best things to stream this Halloween weekend.

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Griffin Dunne gets personal for his Joan Didion documentary

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Being the author's nephew helped him secure her cooperation — but it also presented challenges on "Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold."

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Street artist Shepard Fairey's new solo show 'Damaged'

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He has been making controversial work since he was an art student. Now, he's the subject of a documentary and has a major solo show debuting in downtown L.A.

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Connecting Hollywood's sexual harassment to employment discrimination

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After the Weinstein revelations, what's next? Undoing Hollywood’s entrenched hiring practices.

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Barry Keoghan couldn't keep a straight face while filming 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer'

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The young actor talks about working with director Yorgos Lanthimos, taking acting tips from Colin Farrell, and eating a bowl of spaghetti in a scene with Nicole Kidman.

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Jonathan Groff ditches 'Hamilton' for serial killers

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The Broadway actor stars in the Netflix show "Mindhunter" — when he's not busy with his podcast musical series.

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