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24 FramesIn the Sundance Film Festival movie "For Ellen," director-writer So Yong Kim changes her focus from girls to a troubled dad in this excellent film about a father who must decide if he can live for his daughter as well as his music....
TribLocal - ElmhurstThe sixth annual National Art Premiere, exhibiting 43 artists from across the U.S., opens February 21 in the Elmhurst Artists’ Guild Gallery at the Elmhurst …...
LA Times MagazineThe genius of Ellsworth Kelly on display in Los Angeles not once but twice...
Culture MonsterGoogle knows something about the power in numbers, even in an art website. Google Art Project (www.googleartproject.com), which launched last year with virtual tours and digitized artworks from 17 museums, has added 134 new museums to its site,...
RedEye movie criticAfter the year “Shame” star Michael Fassbender has had, the GQ Breakout Man for 2011 should be in a good mood. Still, anyone who has seen Fassbender (“X-Men: First Class,” “Jane Eyre”) in British director Steve...
Along the 405 is L.A.'s version of a shining city on the hill -- a castle of culture in all its incarnations. The Getty Trust is more than its collections and museums; it's about worldwide research, preservation and philanthropy. Its new chief, James...
Michael Jordan attended the opening of his restaurant, Michael Jordan's Steakhouse, in the InterContinental Chicago Hotel on August 23, and returned for lunch on Monday. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star Danny DeVito and wife Rhea Perlman dined at...
Points North Printing, a full service printing and paper goods provider, has relocated its offices in Boyne City. According to Ron Kenison, manager of the business, the opportunity to be located on Boyne Avenue, with its increased foot traffic, was too...
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A friend of mine was fired from her first job as a TV newscaster. Her crime? She was, the news director told her with a straight face, "distractingly voluptuous." He'd considered several remedies — tying back her thick reddish-gold hair,...
WGN NewsDr. L. Subramaniam Appearing: Friday, July 8 8:00 p.m. Harris Theater for Music and Dance 205 East Randolph Drive Chicago For tickets and more information about Dr. L. Subramaniam: eyeonindia.com A unique and colorful extravaganza of Indian culture,...
Tags: Chicago Cultural Center, Culture, WGN, India, Millennium Park
Mary Hunt Kahlenberg, an authority on antique and ethnographic textiles and a former curator and head of the Department of Costume and Textiles at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has died. She was 71. Kahlenberg, the longtime co-owner of Textile...
Tags: Japan, Washington, DC, Fine Arts, Entertainment Events, Arts
"When forced to leave my house for an extended period of time, I take my typewriter with me, and together we endure the wretchedness of passing through the X-ray scanner. The laptops roll merrily down the belt, while I'm instructed to stand aside and open...
Tags: NPR, Macy's, Inc., Literature, Amy Sedaris, Ira Glass
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