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201 Artists You Should Remember This International Women’s Day

In honor of International Women’s Day and the #5womenartists campaign, we’re once again recognizing the women who left a mark on art history.

Shop Turns Books By Men Backward To Put Women Authors At The Forefront

Loganberry Books is making gender imbalance in the literary world startlingly clear.

'Hope' Artist Is Back With Commanding Poster Art For March On D.C.

Shepard Fairey, Jessica Sabogal and Ernesto Yerena want to visualize the non-partisan principles that characterize America.

Why Iceland? L.A. Phil's Reykjavik Festival highlights amazing music coming from an unlikely place

Sigur Ros, "Arrival" composer Johann Johannsson and others try to answer the question: how has this country with a population smaller than Long Beach's turned out so much diverse musical talent?

L.A. meets the future conductor of the New York Philharmonic

Jaap van Zweden will take over the baton of the New York Philharmonic in the 2018-19 season. L.A. Phil audiences will see him conduct this weekend.

'Fun Home' star and Actors' Equity President Kate Shindle's activist state of mind

Actress Kate Shindle is the star of the national tour of "Fun Home," but how did the former Miss America find her way to the stage?

The Garcetti Decade*: A chance to shape L.A. more than any mayor since Tom Bradley

Because of shifts in dates for L.A. elections, Mayor Eric Garcetti has a chance to shape the civic landscape more profoundly than any mayor since Tom Bradley.

How Pasadena's A Noise Within theater troupe builds a future on the past

When Hollywood names sell tickets and young audiences gravitate to the new and flashy, what makes this theater doing O’Neill, Shakespeare and Moliere still relevant?

Burlesque Performer Discusses Being One Of The Few Fat Women In Her Field

“I do feel the need to do well as a sort of ambassadorship on the behalf of fat girls everywhere," Fancy Feast explains in a documentary, "which is a joy...

Margaret Atwood’s Advice For Young Feminists: ‘Be Informed, Be Aware’

She urges people “to prevent the roll-back that is taking place especially in the area of women’s health."

About That 'Bob's Burgers' Theory That Bob's Entire Family Is Dead

Creator Loren Bouchard explains why one particularly morbid fan theory actually might make sense.

How 'Jane The Virgin' Gets Motherhood Right

Yael Grobglas, who plays Petra on the show, talks postpartum depression and sympathetic villainy.

Artist Honors The Legacy Of Britain's Radical Suffragettes

Amy Jorgensen prints women's surveillance images atop vintage handkerchiefs to explore possibilities of feminist resistance.

What 1970s Counterculture Can Teach Us About Resistance Today

"It was about actively creating your own reality, instead of accepting the one that was handed to you.”

Panmela Castro: Brazil's graffiti queen is out for justice

Delivering justice through the nozzle of a spray can, Brazil's kick-ass urban artist is out to fight for women's rights.

Honest Photos Of Motherhood Challenge What We Think Of As 'Natural'

Leah DeVun photographs the many devices that assist mothers' bodies.

This Is What Protests Looked Like 25 Years Ago In New York

Before Trump, and before social media, resistance was a part of the fabric of American democracy.

Exhibition Breaks Down The Art Of Graffiti

Exploring the styles and techniques behind the art of the tag.

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