Home movies and high-end T-shirts: 5 thoughts on Kanye West's show at the Forum

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A patch of fabric with the number 6 on it had been carefully affixed to a giant banner outside the Forum on Tuesday night, a low-tech means of updating the sign advertising how many sold-out shows Kanye West is performing at the Inglewood arena.

Last week the number was five. But on Friday afternoon,...


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