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Last works from Louise Bourgeois wow in 'The Red Sky' at Hauser & Wirth

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| Louise Bourgeois's work could be as homey as a ball of blue yarn, as scary as a giant mother spider, and as baffling as the engines of an alien star ship. “Red Sky,” at Hauser & Wirth, includes some of her final work, and is an extraordinary experience.

LA’s feminist artists get help from the Women’s Center for Creative Work

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The organization's Getting Real with Money financial workshop aims to arm artists with tools for success. Go inside and find out how this group is helping women creatives invest.

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All the best stuff to do this weekend: April 6-8

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From corgis, craft fairs and disco parties to beer, black gold and anthropomorphic trains, here's how to turn any weekend into a holiday.

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'Blockers' subverts the teen sex comedy genre with fully-realized female characters

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The new movie, directed by Kay Cannon, takes a fresh approach by playing with double standards and gender stereotypes.

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A look at 50 classic screenplays reveals a troubling trend for female characters

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An examination by Kyle Buchanan of New York magazine's Vulture.com is a telling insight into how (mostly male) writers described women.

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'Krypton' composer Pinar Toprak's journey making music for TV and film

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She talks about her time at the Berklee College of Music, the soundtrack that changed the course of her career and the path to composing for "Krypton."

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'First Match': A coming-of-age movie where a girl wrestles with boys – literally

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Filmmaker Olivia Newman and lead actor Elvire Emanuelle strive for authenticity in "First Match"– a film inspired by real girls who join boys wrestling teams.

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'Jessica Jones' takes on new relevance in the #MeToo era

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Melissa Rosenberg is the the creator and showrunner of “Jessica Jones," the Netflix series about a flawed and reluctant superhero.

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5 parent-friendly podcasts for kids

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I don't have kids, but I have a lot of friends who do. So I set out to discover some solid recommendations for parents who love podcasts and think their kids might, too. Here's what I found.