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  • Found photography drives 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children'

     
    Ransom Riggs used old creepy found photography to inform his new novel "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."...
  • Art review: 'Tim Burton' at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

     
    It takes great editing to make a great movie. As it turns out, the same goes for a great museum exhibition that's about the movies. "Tim Burton," the big, poorly organized traveling show from New York's Museum of Modern Art......
  • Happy birthday, Edward Gorey! And more book news

     
    Book news: Edward Gorey's fur coat, David Foster Wallace remembered, a rare Action Comics No. 1 discovered, Justin Bieber to publish photo book, and Stephen Colbert's satirically bad children's book is on the way....
  • Revival of famous flop 'Carrie' premieres off-Broadway

     
    Musical "Carrie" revival goes off-Broadway for premiere: An updated revival of the musical “Carrie,” the legendary 1988 Broadway flop based on the 1974 Stephen King novel, opened Thursday night at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in Manhattan’...
  • Happy birthday to the creator of 'The Little Prince'

     
    On this day 112 years ago, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of "The Little Prince," was born in Lyon, France....
  • Happy birthday, Carolyn Keene!

     
    Today is the birthday of Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson, who wrote 23 of the first 30 Nancy Drew books under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene....
  • Halloween Hangouts For All Sorts Of People

    Halloween Hangouts For All Sorts Of People
    Looking for something fun to do for Halloween. Well, we've got an array of activities for you. Eddie Miller from Holiday Events shared his picks of Halloween happenings in our area. Take a look at a few of these below. -Kids • Hudson Terrace Halloween...
  • Men's style with a swagger

    Men's style with a swagger
    GOODBYE waxed eyebrows, hello mustache wax? On the runways of the fashion capitals and on the streets of Silver Lake, Venice and Brooklyn, designers and young guns alike are staking out a new frontier: a post-metrosexual ruggedness that's all about...
  • Bordello chic seduces L.A.

    Bordello chic seduces L.A.
    Inside the dimly lighted splendor of the 3-month-old West Hollywood nightclub Voyeur, the chairs look like traditional Victorian antiques. Venture closer, however, and they offer a titillating surprise. One wing chair seems to be encased in a lace-paneled...
  • Welcome to the Invisible Library

    Welcome to the Invisible Library
    Earlier this year, with a like-minded bibliophile, I started yet another blog. The blog, called Invisible Library, would list books by fictional authors -- that is, titles that don't exist outside the pages of fiction. Up went the novels by the titular...
  • The pleasures of learning one's ABCs

    The pleasures of learning one's ABCs
    Alphabet books are a secret passion among book lovers. The sheer number of ABC books published demonstrates that they hold a special place in the world of children's books. Entering the term on Amazon.com delivers 13,089 results (and that was a few days...
  • Horrible Halloween: The Tiger Lillies return to Royce Hall on October 31

     
    The fathers of post-punk alt-cabaret, the gloriously obscene Tiger Lillies, are headed again to UCLA's Royce Hall ready to inflict more of their signature macabre entertainment on unsuspecting audiences. Appropriately, the terror-inducing Grammy-nominated...