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  • With Betty Buckley

    With Betty Buckley
    FILM, TV and Broadway star Betty Buckley moved back to the ranch in Texas nearly five years ago. She appears in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening." She has recently released two CDs, including an archival recording, "1967," which was engineered by T...
  • The Coen brothers' 'A Serious Man': More Jewish than matzo balls?

     
    In the back pages of the press notes for the Coen brothers' "A Serious Man," where filmmakers always tell you how environmentally sensitive they've been in the course of making the movie, we learn that "No Jews were harmed in......
  • 'Family Guy': MacFarlane's universes

     
    Seth MacFarlane continues his slow expansion over the Sunday night schedule on Fox. Itâ??s like a well-played game of Risk. First he solidified his hold on the 9 p.m. slot with â??Family Guy,â?? which is like, say, taking over all......
  • 'Looking Glass Wars' takes Alice to a very different Wonderland

     
    The rabbit hole is getting crowded again. It’s been 144 years since Lewis Carroll introduced the world to an inquisitive girl named Alice, but her surreal adventures still resonate – Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” arrives in theaters in...
  • Rock snobs, rejoice! Wolfgang's Vault, the Ft. Knox of classic concerts

     
    If you call yourself a music fan and you've not taken a pilgrimage over to Wolfgang's Vault, then make a move, stat, hippie! The sprawling website is a veritable treasure trove of classic rock concerts, many from the archive of the late, great San...
  • Live review: Todd Rundgren at the Orpheum Theatre [UPDATED]

     
    If soul-prog-glam maestro Todd Rundgren would play his cards right, he could be enjoying a revival. Daft Punk set him up by using “International Feel,” the opening track from Rundgren’s 1973 opus, “A Wizard, a True Star,” in their robot......
  • This week's on-sales: Mastodon, Sugarland, Los Lonely Boys and more

     
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. Walt Disney Concert Hall Bajofondo, May 14 (Sat.) Honda Center Los Tres, April 10 (Fri.) Gibson Amphitheatre Invasion Del Corridos III, March 27 (now) Wiltern The...
  • Tim Burton says 'Alice' has 'a national treasure' in Barbara Windsor

     
    "ALICE IN WONDERLAND" COUNTDOWN: 19 DAYS Are you ready for a trip down the rabbit hole? Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and Disney are adding a strange new chapter to the Lewis Carroll classic with their "Alice in Wonderland," a film......
  • Renée Fleming takes a detour into indie rock

     
    When not performing in opera houses around the world, soprano Renée Fleming has been known to dip a manicured toe into the waters of jazz, Broadway tunes, holiday music and film soundtracks ("The Lord of the Rings"). In what may......
  • Turan review: Tim Burton's 'Wonderland' falls flat in the end

     
    "ALICE IN WONDERLAND" COUNTDOWN: 2 DAYS Are you ready for a trip down the rabbit hole? Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and Disney are adding a strange new chapter to the Lewis Carroll classic with their "Alice in Wonderland," a film......
  • 'Alice in Wonderland' and its enduring spell on dreamers

     
    With "Alice in Wonderland" moving front and center in the public imagination, L.A. Times staff writer Adam Tschorn went down the rabbit hole to discover the secret behind Alice's enduring popularity. Here's an excerpt from his Sunday piece in The......
  • L.A.'s Nostradamus

    THE science fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein was born in Missouri, and his fiction was mostly set in the future and on distant planets. But there's no question that Heinlein — born 100 years ago this week — was one of Southern California's...