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'Dolores': The 87-year-old activist who just won't quit

Photo by Jon Lewis, courtesy of LeRoy Chatfield
| She's a women's rights activist and union organizer who worked alongside Cesar Chavez. Now, Dolores Huerta is the subject of a documentary.

'Trust': Danny Boyle, Simon Beaufoy mine Getty family dysfunction for FX series

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With "Trust", Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy hope to unpack the chaotic story of the richest family in the world.

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No laughing matter: When exactly did clowns become scary?

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When exactly did clowns go from birthday-party goofy to downright sinister? Well, hold onto your really big shoes — experts are divided.

Movie academy chief denies engaging in sexual misconduct

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John Bailey, President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, is being accused of inappropriately touching a women a decade ago on a movie set.

At the Getty, an art exchange that even taught Rembrandt a thing or two

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Rembrandt full-on copied works of art from India, and they may even have taught him a thing or two about drawing. But Mughal painters did the same thing ... industriously copying and embellishing European work that fell into their hands.

'Roxanne, Roxanne' tells the story of a teen rap prodigy

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At 14, Roxanne Shanté become a revered rapper in New York and beyond. Now, her life story has been made into a biopic written and directed by Michael Larnell.

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Martín Zimmerman's play, 'On the Exhale,' explores gun violence in America

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The play about the complexity of gun control will stream for free on March 24-25 in conjunction with the March For Our Lives rallies.

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‘Wild Wild Country’: The true story of a cult, mass poisonings and assassination attempts

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The Netflix docu-series tells the story from the early '80s of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his efforts to build a community in Oregon.

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3 ways WonderCon sets itself apart from other fan conventions

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WonderCon, aka San Diego Comic-Con's sister convention, is the little convention that could. Here's what makes WonderCon different — plus three must-sees.

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