What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union’ on HBO; Tokyo Olympics

The prime-time TV grid is on hiatus in print. You can find more TV coverage at: latimes.com/whats-on-tv. SERIES America’s Top Dog The competition concludes with a two-episode season finale. 8 and 9 p.m. A&E The Real Housewives of New York

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L.A. and O.C. museums: August’s best bets for MOCA, Getty, the Broad and beyond

Charming 19th century photographic portraits at LACMA, illuminated prayer books at the Getty and a groundbreaking 1946 graphic memoir at the Japanese American National Museum lead our August list of exhibitions across Southern California. Check back here for weekly updates.

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Review: An album about fame? Yawn. But Billie Eilish upends clichés on sumptuous ‘Happier Than Ever’

When you fall into superstardom, where do you go? Billie Eilish has some answers to the question on her disquieting new album, “Happier Than Ever,” and despite that title they’re hardly advertisements for the journey. In one song she laments

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Kathy Griffin announces lung cancer diagnosis, surgery, makes a plug for vaccination

Kathy Griffin has been diagnosed with stage 1 lung cancer, the veteran comedian and actor announced Monday morning on social media. In a statement shared to Instagram and Twitter, Griffin revealed her condition before undergoing lung surgery, adding that she

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‘Fully obsessed’: ‘Queer Eye’ star Tan France introduces his newborn son

Tan France, the resident fashion designer and French tuck connoisseur on Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” is now a father. France took to Instagram Monday to welcome his son, Ismail, posting a picture of him holding the newborn alongside his husband, Rob

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With Netflix’s ‘Resort to Love,’ Christina Milian embraces rom-com lessons

For her latest Netflix rom-com, Christina Milian explores the roundabout road to love. “Love is like this journey that you don’t know where it’s gonna take you but it makes you feel good,” Milian said about “Resort to Love,” now

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160,000 music fans pour into SoCal’s Hard Summer festival in face of Delta variant surge

If music festivals are going to safely return this year, more fans should make appointments with Quynh Borkenhagen. Borkenhagen was the pharmacist running the free COVID-19 vaccine tent at this past weekend’s Hard Summer festival at the NOS Event Center

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DaBaby apologizes again for homophobic rant after losing yet another festival gig

DaBaby is continuing to reap the consequences of his homophobic outburst as yet another major music festival has removed the scorned rapper from its lineup. The organizers of New York City’s forthcoming Governors Ball released a statement Monday morning condemning

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