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  • Climbing between the pages of Carl Jung's subconscious

    Climbing between the pages of Carl Jung's subconscious
    "Liber Novus" is the name Carl Gustav Jung gave his autobiographical magnum opus -- an illuminated manuscript filled with images of hissing snakes, dazzling mandalas, bloody battles, radiating beings and a German text describing a man's loss and...
  • Taking the Wraps off the Observatory

    Taking the Wraps off the Observatory
    Standing before the copper-domed landmark that has perched upon the Hollywood Hills since 1935, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa today unveiled a restored and expanded Griffith Observatory and said it would reopen to the public Nov. 3. The announcement...
  • L.A.'s Eye on Cosmos Returns

    L.A.'s Eye on Cosmos Returns
    Standing before the copper-domed landmark that has perched on the Hollywood Hills since 1935, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Tuesday unveiled a restored and expanded Griffith Observatory and said it would reopen to the public Nov. 3. The announcement...
  • Griffith Observatory's restoration is out of sight

    With the Griffith Observatory finally set to reopen Friday after a restoration and expansion project that stretched nearly five years and cost $93 million, it's time for a quick round of Pick Your Astronomical Metaphor. There is, for starters, the...
  • 'Star Trek'

    Here's a challenge: How do you implant a potentially lethal alien organism into a body that desperately needs the help but might die if things don't go just right? No, it's not the plot of an old "Star Trek" episode, it's the back story of the new "Star...
  • TV This Week: May 16th – 22nd

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 16 - 22 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Download Losangeles5-16-10 SUNDAY Last year's winner, Kristen Dalton, will help crown her successor at the “The 2010 Miss USA......
  • This week: Betty White on ‘The Middle’; Neil Patrick Harris on ‘Glee’; Matt Damon on ‘30 Rock’; Mandy Moore on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

     
    The last full week of the 2009-10 television season is filled with guest stars and season finales. Here are three episodes of special note: ***The award for trying hardest goes to NBC's “30 Rock.” For its season finale at 9:30 p.m. Thursday,...
  • Pinkner and Wyman: the Evil Geniuses behind ‘Fringe’

     
    “No evil scientist thinks he’s an evil scientist.” J.H. Wyman explained to me. “They have an agenda that is perfectly explainable in their minds. Rationalized to an extent they can tell you why what they’re doing is just....
  • 'Fringe': End of a chapter

     
    What do you want from a season finale? Many things. You want a pay-off. Those past 20-odd episodes better have been building to something. You want an event. The explosions have to be bigger, louder and more damage-inflicting than anything......
  • William Shatner: 'My whole career has been a close call'

     
    William Shatner talks about his new CBS comedy, Twittter, "Star Trek" and the need for an actor to have "savage honesty" as aging takes its toll....
  • Sir Patrick's day: Capt. Picard gets promoted by Queen

     
    Patrick Stewart has many accolades as a stage actor, but for fanboys he will forever be "Star Trek's" Capt. Jean-Luc Picard and "X-Men's" Professor Charles Xavier. On Wednesday he was given a truly royal honor as Queen Elizabeth II knighted......
  • 'Star Trek' hits warp 6 in L.A. with a half-dozen midnight movies this summer

     
    For "Star Trek" fans, the Laemmle Royal Theatre in West L.A. is the place to Klingon to the past this summer. The 600-seat theater will show the first six "Trek" feature films in Saturday midnight screenings -- all of them......