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Koreatown To Get Museum Celebrating Korean American Experience

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The Korean American National Museum is on pace to break ground next year on the corner of Vermont and Sixth.

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Netflix Cuts Controversial Suicide Scene From '13 Reasons Why'

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The show is centered on the suicide of a teenage girl, and the first season's finale shows her taking her own life. Several organizations raised concerns that it could romanticize suicide.

Satirical Staple 'MAD' To Exit Newsstands And Recycle Its Classic Material

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At MAD magazine's peak in the early 1970s, more than 2 million people subscribed to it. The magazine will shift to reprinting collections of old content and end-of-year specials with new material.

Fort Moore Memorial in Downtown L.A. Is Fully Restored

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The site includes a new time capsule to replace one unearthed by work crews that had been buried at the original dedication in 1958.

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We reunited a musician with the high school teacher who introduced her to Patti Smith's music

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When Solvej Schou  was a senior at LAUSD’s Hamilton High in the mid-1990s, she wrote poetry and played music in the quad.  

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Revolver Likely Used By Van Gogh Sells In Paris

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One of the most prolific post-impressionist artists Vincent Van Gogh shot himself in July 1890. The revolver believed to have been used by the painter sold for more than $180,000.

Lonnie Bunch III Set To Become Smithsonian Institution's First Black Secretary

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Bunch, the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, will assume the mantle of leadership — and in so doing, make history at the 173-year-old organization

South L.A. High School Gets a Mural Makeover

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Shepard Fairey, Faith XLVII, Axel Void, and 1010 are among the artists who are creating new works at the campus of Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School

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