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  • Monster Mash: Burj Khalifa closes abruptly; Yosi Sergant talks; Guggenheim settles with Malevich heirs

     
    -- Out of commission: A month after its grand opening, Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, has suddenly closed. (Reuters) -- Speaking out: Yosi Sergant, who resigned last year as communications director for the National Endowment for the...
  • An Appreciation: Corin Redgrave, actor and humanist

     
    Of all the illustrious members of the Redgrave acting dynasty, Corin Redgrave, who died Tuesday in London at 70, was probably the least well known in the States. Yet like his father, Michael, his sisters Vanessa and Lynn and his......
  • Lynn Redgrave: An Appreciation

     
    Although I never met Lynn Redgrave, the news of her death Sunday at her home in Connecticut following a long bout with breast cancer feels oddly personal, a little like hearing about the passing of a former neighbor for whom......
  • 'Predator' Blu-ray goes back to the hunt

     
    If there were truth in advertising, the new Fox Blu-ray release entitled "Predator: Ultimate Hunter Edition" might be called "Predator: The Camouflaged Commercial" -- a name that would prepare fans of the 1987 film for all the promos for the......
  • Theater review: 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at La Jolla Playhouse

     
    “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is an invitation for a director to dive into the surreal. Considered by many to be Shakespeare’s first comic masterpiece, the play was written before “Much Ado About Nothing,” “As You Like It” and Twelfth Night,...
  • Oscar showdown

    Mark: Hey, Michael, I don't know about you, but I'm far more comfortable predicting the Oscar nominees than picking the winners. Reason No. 1: Predicting the winners becomes a combination of making ridiculous apples-kumquats comparisons (was Adrien...
  • Navy Pier provides the perfect setting for Barbara Gaines to serve up Shakespeare, Chicago-style

    With its gorgeous balcony overlooking tall ships, promenading visitors to Navy Pier and a shimmering Lake Michigan, the neatly arranged office of the artistic director of the Chicago Shakespeare Theater is probably the nicest such digs of any theater in...
  • Friends Rally For Suspect In Yale Killing

    The whispers begin as soon as Michael Ranis and his friend walk into a local restaurant. The diners are murmuring about Ranis' friend, James Van de Velde, who has been at the center of a murder mystery involving a beloved student from one of the most...