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Fort Moore Memorial in Downtown L.A. Is Fully Restored

| The site includes a new time capsule to replace one unearthed by work crews that had been buried at the original dedication in 1958.

We reunited a musician with the high school teacher who introduced her to Patti Smith's music

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When Solvej Schou  was a senior at LAUSD’s Hamilton High in the mid-1990s, she wrote poetry and played music in the quad.  

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Revolver Likely Used By Van Gogh Sells In Paris

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One of the most prolific post-impressionist artists Vincent Van Gogh shot himself in July 1890. The revolver believed to have been used by the painter sold for more than $180,000.

Lonnie Bunch III Set To Become Smithsonian Institution's First Black Secretary

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Bunch, the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, will assume the mantle of leadership — and in so doing, make history at the 173-year-old organization

South L.A. High School Gets a Mural Makeover

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Shepard Fairey, Faith XLVII, Axel Void, and 1010 are among the artists who are creating new works at the campus of Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School

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Tony-Award Winning Playwright Mark Medoff Dies At Age 79

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Medoff is best known for Children of a Lesser God, a play about a young deaf woman's romance with her speech teacher.

Fresh Off The Boat Hits 100-episode milestone in first for Asian Americans

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Reaching this benchmark is a traditional measure of longevity and readiness for syndication, and it looks to be increasingly uncommon, as networks move toward shorter episode orders.

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In An Increasingly Polarized America, Is It Possible To Be Civil On Social Media?

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Tyler and Larry have never met. But almost every day for the last few years, they get into a fight on Twitter.

Femme fatales and fast-paced dialogue: a celebration of film at the 21st annual Noir City: Hollywood film festival

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One of the biggest celebrations of noir films, Noir City: Hollywood, celebrates its 21st anniversary this weekend and returns to the Egyptian theater for a 10-night event filled with femme fatales and quick paced, poetic dialogue.

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