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  • Andrea L. Rich dies at 71; former UCLA administrator and LACMA head

    Andrea L. Rich dies at 71; former UCLA administrator and LACMA head
    Andrea L. Rich, a dynamic, public-spirited leader who rose to the heights of academic administration at UCLA before making a controversial shift to the art world, as head of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has died. She was 71. Rich, who devoted...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Welcome to Sweden' on NBC

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Welcome to Sweden' on NBC
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 13 - 19, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Black Box A quick, almost fatal decision by...
  • Hans Zimmer Tribute at the Annenberg Raises $1.2 Million for Israel Philharmonic

    Two giants in their respective fields, Hans Zimmer and Zubin Mehta, held court Wednesday night at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, where Zimmer was bestowed a lifetime achievement award by the American Friends of the Israel...
  • Round-Up: 'Crapstraction,' divining chickens, Francis Bacon in drag

    Round-Up: 'Crapstraction,' divining chickens, Francis Bacon in drag
    Soccer chickens, design and violence, data in culture, and the conflict over development at Bergamot Station. It's all in this week's Round-Up: - Should data drive decisions about culture? Absolutely not, says just about everybody (except Eli Broad).  ...
  • Brentwood estate of 48 acres going up for auction

    Brentwood estate of 48 acres going up for auction
    The Amber Hills compound in Brentwood is a rare find in built-out, arid Los Angeles. The estate encompasses 48 acres and a lake. There’s plenty of room for horse corrals and access to riding trails. In short, it's a spread.  What's less rare for...
  • Variety Wins More Awards Than All News Outlets at LA Press Club Event

    Variety took home more awards than any other news organization in any medium at the Los Angeles Press Club's SoCal Journalism Awards Sunday night at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. In its first year as a glossy weekly magazine, the publication won eight...
  • Kill tenure, cure schools?

    Without a doubt, California's poor and minority schoolchildren get more than their share of ineffective, unmotivated and demoralized teachers. But are the state laws governing teacher tenure, dismissal and layoffs now under attack in a Los Angeles court...
  • The Broad Foundation's Bruce Reed on education reform, teachers and charters

    The Broad Foundation's Bruce Reed on education reform, teachers and charters
    The Broad Foundation's education initiatives began 15 years ago, but the organization is just now getting its first president, and his surname isn't Broad. Bruce Reed is tasked with minding the foundation's investments and its work on K-12 reform, which...
  • Film museum's cast change may be a blessing in disguise

    Film museum's cast change may be a blessing in disguise
    The spaceship, alas, has lived to see another day. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced changes on Monday to the design team working on a $300-million movie museum on Wilshire Boulevard. Zoltan Pali, the Los Angeles architect who'...
  • Andy Warhol paintings take in more than $100 million at auction

    Andy Warhol paintings take in more than $100 million at auction
    Two Andy Warhol works of art -- including a portrait of Marilyn Monroe -- sold Tuesday for more than $100 million combined at a Christie's New York auction, a sale of postwar and contemporary art that brought in a hefty total of $744.9 million. Warhol's...
  • Don't let the 1% control schools

    Bruce Reed, the president of the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation who formerly served in the Obama administration and will focus on education, told Patt Morrison: "My general experience with political elected bodies is that the odds of them being...
  • L.A. Unified hires respected D.C. principal to lead arts education

    The leader of one of the nation’s top arts high schools has accepted a position in charge of arts education for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Rory Pullens, 56, has served as head of school and chief executive officer at the Duke...