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  • Papadakis Taverna in San Pedro is nearing its last dance

    Papadakis Taverna in San Pedro is nearing its last dance
    John Papadakis' restaurant is a lot like its owner -- big, brash and loud. No dim lights, no quiet romantic evening here. On a typical night, the music builds and Papadakis breaks into a Greek dance with a waitress, a pair of belly dancers wriggle through...
  • PASSINGS: Charles Kaplan, Wayne Tippit, Bill Hefner

    PASSINGS: Charles Kaplan, Wayne Tippit, Bill Hefner
    Charles Kaplan CSUN English professor Charles Kaplan, 90, the first chairman of the English department at what is now Cal State Northridge, died Aug. 22 of congestive heart failure at Dubose Wellness Center in Chapel Hill, N.C., said Jean Kaplan...
  • PASSINGS: Rose Kaufman, Herbert J. Miller Jr., Robert Allan Crane, Edmund Lindop

    PASSINGS: Rose Kaufman, Herbert J. Miller Jr., Robert Allan Crane, Edmund Lindop
    Rose Kaufman Screenwriter worked with her husband Rose Kaufman, 70, who co-wrote the screenplays for “The Wanderers” and "Henry & June" with her writer-director husband, Philip, died of cancer Monday at her home in San Francisco. The...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Honors for Stephen Sondheim and Matt Damon | Good debut for 'Breaking Bad'

     
    • Broadway tunesmith Stephen Sondheim got a memorable 80th birthday present Monday night. The Roundabout Theater company -- which has presented Tony-winning revivals of many of his classic shows over the years -- announced it is renaming a Broadway...
  • Monster Mash: A theater for Sondheim; Rolando Villazón returns; banana museum has to split

     
    --His name in lights: A Broadway theater -- the Henry Miller -- will be renamed after Stephen Sondheim, the latest in a series of tributes celebrating the composer-lyricist's 80th birthday. (Bloomberg) --Back in action: An adoring audience at the Vienna.....
  • Will 'Sondheim on Sondheim' hit right notes at Tony Awards?

     
    Among the many 80th birthday tributes to Broadway tunesmith Stephen Sondheim is a new musical revue -- "Sondheim on Sondheim" -- that opened to mixed reviews Thursday. This is the third such show saluting Sondheim to come to the rialto over the years....
  • Let Kiki de Montparnasse spice up your stay at the Mondrian Hotel

     
    The Mondrian Hotel on the Sunset Strip is reloading its RELOAD retail series with a Kiki de Montparnasse pop-up shop, now open through Feb. 28, stocking the brand’s luxury lingerie loungewear and Romantic Concierge service featuring Kiki “specialists,...
  • Henry Miller lithograph crops up at estate sale

     
    Onetime Big Sur resident Henry Miller is best known as an author. He wrote the controversially racy "Tropic of Cancer" -- published in 1934 in France, it finally came to America in 1961, where it was the subject of an......
  • Alexander Girard shows you the way to the facilities at Herman Miller's new L.A. showroom

     
    If my Alexander Girard-loving colleague Deborah Netburn should ever go AWOL, I know one place to look for her. While touring the new Los Angeles Herman Miller showroom (full report chock-full of photos to come) I encountered a sculpture in the entry...
  • Jewel sees Nashville as a destination, not a detour

    Jewel sees Nashville as a destination, not a detour
    BACK when she was living in her van, when playing a San Diego coffeehouse was a big gig, Jewel Kilcher had an inspiring vision of fame. She'd read about intellectuals who gathered to find common ground in disparate pursuits, each bringing his or her own...
  • Author Jeff Gordinier won't let Gen-X go down without a fight

    These days, with a recession on the way, housing prices tanking, the Dow out of control and an unpopular war that won't seem to end, a lot of Americans are feeling uneasy and confused. Recent surveys show a majority think the nation is on what pollsters...
  • 'The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth' by Frances Wilson

    'The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth' by Frances Wilson
    The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth A Life Frances Wilson Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 318 pp., $30 Literature is supposed to be a serious, solitary profession. Then why were William Wordsworth, his sister Dorothy and their best friend Samuel Coleridge...