Adam Nagourney Los Angeles Bureau Chief
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Adam Nagourney has been the Los Angeles bureau chief of The New York Times since 2010. Previously, he had been chief national political correspondent since 2002, covering the presidential elections of 2004 and 2008. He joined The Times as a political correspondent in 1996.

48 Articles
5 days ago
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Does Broadway Need Another ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Musical? Pat Benatar Says Yes.

After competing ideas and a cease-and-desist order, “Invincible — The Musical” arrives onstage. Just don’t call it a ...

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20 days ago
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California First Partner Becomes Key Witness in Weinstein’s Los Angeles Trial

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, a documentary filmmaker and the wife of Gavin Newsom, the California governor, endured tough ...

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3 months ago
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San Francisco’s Art Market Struggles in the Shadow of Los Angeles

Though some small galleries are opening or expanding, the mega dealers have closed shop, a blow to an area with a vib...

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9 months ago
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Robert Kennedy Jr.'s Crusade Against Covid Vaccine Anguishes Family

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has risen to become a major figure in the vaccine resistance movement. Those close to him say i...

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10 months ago
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Los Angeles Is Changing. Can a Flagship Theater Keep Up?

Navigating the pandemic and a shift in leadership, the Center Theater Group is trying to get back its old audience, a...

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11 months ago
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To Boldly Explore the Jewish Roots of ‘Star Trek’

An exhibition at a Jewish cultural center has plenty of artifacts to delight Trekkies — but it also notes the Jewish ...

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11 months ago
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From a Burger King to a Concert Hall, With Help From Frank Gehry

The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s ambitious new home for its youth orchestra is the latest sign of the changing fortunes...

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about 1 year ago
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Alice Waters Helps a Museum Cater to the Tastes of Art Lovers

A new restaurant at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is the latest effort to try to reach visitors’ hearts through th...

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about 1 year ago
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If Remote Work Empties Downtowns, Can Theaters Fill Their Seats?

Since the pandemic, San Francisco has embraced work-from-home policies. Now venues and concert halls are wondering if...

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about 1 year ago
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'Rust' Crew Member Sues Alec Baldwin, Gun Handlers and Producers

The film’s gaffer accused the production of negligence, and described holding the cinematographer, a longtime friend,...

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about 1 year ago
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A Big Hollywood Premiere That Was a Long Time Coming

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures was over budget and years behind schedule, and some feared it would be a flop. ...

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about 1 year ago
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A Theater in a California Canyon Becomes an Oasis Once Again

Created by blacklisted actors during the Red Scare, Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum, a picturesque outdoor theater, ...

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