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Photographer Danny Lyon, a visual voice of the disempowered

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| “Busy is good,” says 75-year-old Lyon. His images redefined the camera’s eye as the aperture of New Journalism.

Director Bryan Singer's on-set antics go back decades — so why does he keep getting hired?

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The director was fired from the Freddie Mercury biopic, "Bohemian Rhapsody," after he went AWOL from the set. Singer says he was caring for a sick relative.

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'Girls of the Golden West' speaks uncensored truths about the Gold Rush era

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In the new opera from John Adams and Peter Sellars, a giant tree trunk is the centerpiece of the narrative about greed, destruction and modern environmentalism.

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Adults can get Type 1 diabetes, too

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It used to be called juvenile diabetes because it was thought to often start in childhood. But adults are just as likely to be diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Not knowing that can delay treatment.

'X-Men' director Bryan Singer accused of sexual assault

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The director has been accused of forcing himself on a 17-year-old boy during a party aboard a yacht in Seattle in 2003.

'Wormwood': Errol Morris' new documentary takes a new approach

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The filmmaker uses reenactments, home movies and elements of a narrative film that explores the mysterious 1953 death of a U.S. government biochemist.

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Cornerstone marks 25 years in LA with 'The Magic Fruit'

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The community-based theater company celebrates its anniversary with the culmination of its eight-play Hunger Cycle.

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'Something Rotten' creators poke fun at musicals while paying tribute

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The farce tells the story of two brothers, working in the shadow of Shakespeare, who receive a prophecy about the next big thing in theater — the musical.

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'SpongeBob' confronts the apocalypse — with help from Aerosmith

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Viacom, which owns Nickelodeon, has turned one of its most recognized shows into a Broadway musical.

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