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  • Chicano artists reign at museum

    Chicano artists reign at museum
    Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale ushered in Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 through Oct. 15) with the opening of “Adelante! Mexican American Artists: 1960s and Beyond,” an exhibition of paintings, prints, sculpture and photography that...
  • Shonda Rimes: "Off the Map" is "Indiana Jones with a scalpel"

    Shonda Rimes: "Off the Map" is "Indiana Jones with a scalpel"
    Shonda Rimes has a bone to pick with people trying to describe her new show, "Off The Map." The creator of "Grey's Anatomy" and Private Practice" isn't just moving one of her medical dramas to the jungle, she says. Instead, think of it as "[putting] the...
  • 'The Perfect Game'

    'The Perfect Game'
    A well-chosen cast does much to help make director William Dear's earnest, fact-inspired drama as affecting as it wants to be. Clifton Collins Jr. plays a late-1950s baseball coach who aspires to be in the big leagues, but takes on the challenging of...
  • 'Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil'

    'Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil'
    Fairy tales get sent up again in this less-than-inspired animated sequel, sending Red (voice of Hayden Panettiere) - better known as Red Riding Hood - on a mission to rescue Hansel and Gretel (voices of Bill Hader and Amy Poehler), who have been...
  • 'Machete'

    'Machete'
    "Machete don't text." Many film critics cited that line, delivered here by veteran character actor Danny Trejo as the title tough guy, as one of the most memorable of 2010. Director Robert Rodriguez elevates Trejo to top billing in this graphically over-...
  • Comic actor Cheech Marin sells Malibu home for $5.34 million

    Comic actor Cheech Marin sells Malibu home for $5.34 million
    Comic actor Cheech Marin has sold his home in Malibu for $5.34 million. The bluff-top, stone-clad Craftsman-style house sits on nearly an acre above the beach with patios, a built-in stone table and oven, and steps leading to the sand. Interior...
  • Paula Abdul puts Sherman Oaks home on market for $1.899 million

    Paula Abdul puts Sherman Oaks home on market for $1.899 million
    Singer-dancer Paula Abdul, who until recently was a judge on"The X Factor," has put her house in Sherman Oaks on the market at $1.899 million. The contemporary Mediterranean, built in 2000, features a grand entry with a double staircase, French doors...
  • En "Rob" imperan los latinos

    Series en la televisión estadounidense con elencos mayoritariamente latinos siempre ha habido pocas. Ello no significa que actores hispanos no hayan encontrado el éxito en la pantalla chica. Así, pueden incluirse al cubano Desi Arnaz en los 50, el...
  • Cheech & Chong come to the Warner Theatre in Torrington on April 20

    Cheech & Chong come to the Warner Theatre in Torrington on April 20
    Stoner comic legends Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong could have chosen anywhere — Amsterdam, sunny L.A., Jamaica, the Golden Triangle — for a gig on 4/20, a day with certain (cough) counter-cultural, cannabinoidal connotations attached to it. But...
  • Celebrity foodies turn chefs on 'Rachael vs. Guy'

    Maybe you know Guy Fieri as the season two winner of "The Next Food Network Star." Or maybe you dig him as the shorts- and shades-wearing wanderer on the cablenet's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." Or maybe you just discovered Fieri as the host of NBC's...
  • Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte

    Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte
    Aside from their proximity in age, and the fulsome praise they got for their debut novels, Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra would appear to have little in common as writers. Plascencia's "The People of Paper," which was published in 2005...
  • Why this actor's art shouldn't be at LACMA

    Why this actor's art shouldn't be at LACMA
    I'm no fan of public art museums exhibiting private collections. The negatives so far outweigh the positives that such shows hurt, rather than help, a museum's mission. The latest example is "Los Angelenos/Chicano Painters of L.A.: Selections From the...