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LA Opera goes back 2,000 years to bring new life to 'Orpheus and Eurydice'

| By returning opera to its most ancient form, L.A. Opera has made a smash success of its new production of Gluck’s “Orpheus and Eurydice.”

What's gotten in the way of the music industry's Me Too moment?

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After talking with more than two dozen women in the music industry, Noisey's Andrea Domanick finds sexual harassment and abuse is rampant.

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Barbra Streisand says no #MeToo moment marred her life

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Streisand says she's never suffered sexual harassment but has felt abused by the media. "I wasn't like those pretty girls with those nice little noses."

8 sailors saved by Guinness, a true St. Patrick's Day tale

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The strange tale takes place in the Irish Sea in 1917 and it involves a torpedo from the German submarine.

'Arthur Miller: Writer' — A daughter remembers her beloved complicated father

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Rebecca Miller's documentary examines the iconic playwright through archival footage and her own interviews with him, as well as his journals and love letters.

Harper Lee sues Aaron Sorkin

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Technically, the author's estate is suing the TV writer. They say his Broadway adaptation of "To Kill A Mockingbird" deviates too far from the original novel.

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Merrill Garbus confronts cultural appropriation accusations

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The Tune-Yards' indie, Afrobeat style has earned them legions of fans — but it has also attracted fierce criticism.

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MOCA fires chief curator Helen Molesworth

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She was axed her after only three years on the job, reportedly because she clashed with museum director Philippe Vergne over issues of diversity.

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The battle that helped Beverly Hills become its own city

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It has all the elements of a classic Hollywood movie: water rights, film stars and cutthroat politics.

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