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  • Bailiwick announces 2013-14 season. Again.

    “Carrie,” one of Broadway's most infamous flops, is making its first appearance in Chicago. The campy musical, recently revived off-Broadway where it flopped again, will be the summer production of Bailiwick Chicago at the Richard Christiansen...
  • Stephen King Calls Twilight 'tweenager porn,' Talks 'The Shining' Sequel

    In promotion for his new "The Shining" sequel "Doctor Sleep," Stephen King has taken to commenting on some of today's most popular book series. For those wondering, he's not a Twihard. In a recent (and rare) interview, he admitted to reading "Twilight"...
  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'NCIS' on CBS

    Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'NCIS' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 22 - 28, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES NCIS Parsons (Colin Hanks) gains a...
  • Why AMC's 'Breaking Bad' is the new novel

    Going into Sunday's Emmy telecast, all eyes are on "Breaking Bad." It's picked up a slew of acting awards during its five-season run and is this year's odds-on favorite for drama series; as the show moves toward its Sept. 29 finale, its ratings have...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'MasterChef' on Fox

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'MasterChef' on Fox
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 22 - 28, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Undercover Boss Randy Dewitt, CEO of...
  • Review: San Francisco Opera's 'Dolores Claiborne' moody but conventional

    Review: San Francisco Opera's 'Dolores Claiborne' moody but conventional
    SAN FRANCISCO — A Stephen King opera had to happen. Many of his 56 novels have been made into movies and have spent time on bestseller lists, making King a king of pop culture accessibility — just what the opera world lusts after these days....
  • Go Away With ... R.L. Stine

    Go Away With ... R.L. Stine
    Thanks to the popularity of his "Goosebumps" novels, R.L. Stine, 69, is referred to by many fans as the Stephen King of children's books. He says that when he does book tours, he often meets people who said his books "traumatized" them when they were...
  • Halloween TV programming 2013

     
    As the Halloween 2013 season fast approaches, there will once again be plenty of Halloween TV programming to enjoy, from terrifying frights to more family-friendly fare. Here is some of the notable Halloween TV programming airing in 2013. All times are...
  • 'Bachelorette' eclipses 'Under the Dome' locally, not nationally

    'Bachelorette' eclipses 'Under the Dome' locally, not nationally
    "Under the Dome" was the most-watched program in Central Florida last week. It won't retain that title this week. "The Bachelorette," ABC's long-running dating contest, was tops Monday night. But nationally, CBS' "Under the Dome" easily topped the...
  • The Rock Bottom Remainders rock out in 'Hard Listening'

    The Rock Bottom Remainders rock out in 'Hard Listening'
    On a warm spring night in 1992, the Rock Bottom Remainders took the stage at the Cowboy Boogie in Anaheim, Calif. With more than a dozen best-seling authors, including Dave Barry, Amy Tan, Barbara Kingsolver and Stephen King, the band rocked out,...
  • Stephen King Speaks at The Bushnell in Hartford on July 18

    Stephen King Speaks at The Bushnell in Hartford on July 18
    Stephen King (pictured), the unrivaled master of horror lit, has hit a new creative peak in recent years, and he still seems to pump out scary books at a breakneck pace; Doctor Sleep, a sequel to The Shining (!), is rumored to be in the works, and his...
  • J.K. Rowling secretly published a novel in April under a pseudonym

    Little, Brown confirmed Sunday that "The Cuckoo's Calling," a well-reviewed crime novel, was secretly written by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling. The book was written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. Another book using that pen name is coming next...