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Essential Arts & Culture: Remembering Gordon Davidson, Roy Lichtenstein's L.A.-tinged pop, MOCA's problematic show

A week of loss. A conductor’s return to the Southern California. And a museum exhibition that crosses an ethical boundary. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times. Here are the week’s most interesting cultural stories: L.A. loses its ‘Moses of Theater’ Gordon Davidson, the...
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