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Edward Hopper

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  • 'P.S.: Further Thoughts From a Lifetime of Listening' by Studs Terkel

    'P.S.: Further Thoughts From a Lifetime of Listening' by Studs Terkel
    Studs Terkel, who died last month at the age of 96, was America's most popular oral historian. Though never a "writer" of the first rank, he nevertheless was a unique contributor to American letters and a vital link to the current of idealistic...
  • 'Bob Dylan Revisited'

    'Bob Dylan Revisited'
    Why, one wonders, would anyone feel the need to illustrate the lyrics of the most evocative of modern songwriters? Do such Bob Dylan lines as "Pistol shots ring out in the barroom night," "I've walked and I've crawled on six crooked highways" or "the...
  • The Review: Reservoir restaurant in Silver Lake

    The Review: Reservoir restaurant in Silver Lake
    "Was everything terrific as always?" asked the host as my friends and I left Reservoir in Silver Lake. What kind of question is that? Talk about putting you on the spot. I wanted to put a bag over my head and sneak out without answering. What could I say...
  • Colony in Pacific Palisades nurtured top artists in 1950s, 1960s

    Colony in Pacific Palisades nurtured top artists in 1950s, 1960s
    When times are good, artists and writers get the support they need, enriching city life in unquantifiable ways. But when the economy heads south or the rich lose interest, artists are among the first to suffer. Today we're hearing predictions of fewer...
  • Osteria Mozza: Be very hungry

    Osteria Mozza: Be very hungry
    THE white marble counter top veined in gray is cool to the touch. I take a sip of Vermentino, enjoying its delicate minerality, and look over the menu at Osteria Mozza, which might be the hardest reservation in town right now. But for me, the best seat in...
  • 'Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics' by Rebecca Solnit

    Storming the Gates of Paradise Landscapes for Politics Rebecca Solnit University of California Press: 416 pp., $24.95 By Bill McKibben Special to The Times In one of the best essays in this sterling collection, activist Rebecca Solnit describes...
  • 'Changeling'

    Others may regard them in a less complicated way, but I wonder whether Angelina Jolie ever has mixed feelings about her lips. They hog the limelight just by being there, daring moviegoers more into tomb-raiding than "A Mighty Heart" not to take her acting...
  • Delray Beach exhibit shows works of watercolorist Dean Mitchell

    Delray Beach exhibit shows works of watercolorist Dean Mitchell
    Like most artists, Dean Mitchell always painted what he knew. Cypress trees. Tobacco barns. People. "My uncle Ben and stuff like that." Then, as now, his artistic influences were Rembrandt, Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth. The people he knew and painted...
  • Florida's overlooked coast

    Matlacha was a surprise. But then most things on the southwest coast of Florida were a surprise. I had driven I-75 between Fort Myers and Sarasota numerous times and always wondered what lay to the west, along the water. Now I was finding out. Matlacha...
  • Pack of liars

    The Reserve By Russell Banks Harper, 287 pages, $24.95 In summer 1898, philosopher William James climbed Mt. Marcy, highest peak in the Adirondacks and a geographic locus of Russell Banks' new novel, "The Reserve." Writing to his wife of his trip in...
  • Unsettling landscape

    Beneath the Roses Photos by Gregory Crewdson, essay by Russell Banks Abrams, 140 pages, $60 Norman Rockwell brought us a singular vision of small-town America, as did Edward Hopper. Now photographer Gregory Crewdson has created a new, uniquely...
  • Art review: 'Millard Sheets: The Early Years (1926-1944)' at Pasadena Museum of California Art

     
    Anyone who has driven around Los Angeles in the last 50 years knows Millard Sheets' art, even if they don't know his name. For Home Savings of America, he designed the distinctive white marble branch banks and their artistic decorations,......