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A&E >  Entertainment

Stream on Demand: Harry Bosch is back in ‘Legacy’

UPDATED: Thu., May 5, 2022

Titus Welliver returns as Harry Bosch in “Bosch: Legacy” (TV-MA), a sequel series that follows the former LAPD homicide detective as he begins a new life as a private investigator while his daughter (Madison Lintz) joins the force as a rookie patrol officer. Mimi Rogers co-stars as high-powered attorney Honey Chandler.
A&E >  Art

Sculptor Wataru Sugiyama’s natural works incorporate many cultures

UPDATED: Thu., May 5, 2022

Japanese sculptor Wataru Sugiyama is a soft, gentle soul living his life in browns, navy and stone-colored clothing, matching Earth's elements. His walk with nature is his life's work. A sculptor for the last 30 years, Sugiyama's works are from natural resources, as his materials range from bronze and clay to stone and ceramics.
A&E >  Entertainment

Review: ‘Doctor Strange’ sequel is lost in the multiverse

UPDATED: Thu., May 5, 2022

A lot of movies have a backstory. "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" comes with a syllabus. Have you seen the 2016 film, to which this is a sequel? Good, you'll need it. (Perhaps consider a refresher. Six years is a long time.) You don't need to watch – or rewatch – all the Avengers movies.
A&E >  Seven

History lessons: ‘Hamilton’ tells its story though real people

UPDATED: Thu., April 28, 2022

"Hamilton," which runs Tuesday through May 22 at First Interstate Center for the Arts, is based on Ron Chernow's 2004 biography of the first U.S. treasury secretary, Alexander Hamilton, the "ten dollar founding father" who was instrumental in creating the U.S. monetary system still in use today. 

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