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Alia Shawkat talks 'Duck Butter,' lesbian films and Jeffrey Tambor

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| The actress wrote and co-stars in "Duck Butter," a lesbian experiment in trust, intimacy and getting to know yourself.

Should YouTube be responsible for regulating content?

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Facebook and Twitter have made efforts to stem the flow of misinformation and abusive content. Google’s streaming video platform, however, has been slower to act

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Beyoncé-themed mass draws hundreds of worshippers

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"You don't sing when they want you to sing. You sing when God tells you to sing!"

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I went to a Shen Yun show. Here's what I saw

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Followers of Falun Gong, a spiritual movement persecuted by the Chinese government, launched the show in 2006 and turned it into a worldwide phenomenon.

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ABBA has recorded its first new songs in 35 years, but you'll never see them live

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One of the new songs is set to be performed by the group's holograms in a December TV special broadcast by the BBC and NBC.

Rachel Weisz is finding new roles for herself. First up, a lesbian. Next, a man

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The actress is on the lookout for roles she hasn't played before. In her new film, "Disobedience," she has an affair with a childhood friend.

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17 awesome things to do this weekend

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Pozole, pancakes, bread, bungalows, a wildlife photo challenge and (count 'em) four free festivals. Go live your best Southern California weekend.

Byron Allen wants to build bridges between theaters and studios

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The former comedian and TV show host is building up his Entertainment Studio Motion Pictures company, which has interests in both film and television.

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‘Double Vision’: Photographer George Rodriguez's contrasting images of L.A.

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His new book spans over half a century of images capturing two very different visions of Los Angeles, from pop culture icons to social activists.

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