| Sep 11, 2011
| 1:05 AM
Cinema- tographer Adam Greenberg and actress Irene Bedard will be among those appearing at the fifth annual South Dakota Film Festival, which starts Thursday at the Capitol Theatre.
Greenberg was nominated for an Academy Award in 1991 for “Terminator 2....
| Nov 28, 2011
| 3:55 PM
Just in time for the holidays the Robert Redford’s Sundance Cinema opens its doors in Houston.
The Sundance cinema has reserved seating, plus a bar and bistro if you need a little nosh. And the films you see here...are commercial free!
| Dec 4, 2011
The Art Nouveau movement covered it all — decorative arts, architecture, fashion, dance, advertising and more — and this book seeks to restore the movement's prominence in the discussion of modern art....
| Sep 30, 2011
| 2:46 PM
Pasadena boasts a bounty of entertainment options, but only one offers the opportunity to spend an evening picking some of the most interesting brains in art, science, politics and entertainment.
This high-minded cultural event is the Distinguished...
| Oct 3, 2011
| 5:00 PM
Only two sports have over the years have led to a significant library of very good movies: boxing and baseball. Now you can add Moneyball to the list of baseball-themed movies to that library. In fact, for a number of reasons, it may very well stand up...
| Oct 7, 2011
Rollin Post, who covered generations of local, state and national politicians from his perch as one of the Bay Area's most enduring and respected TV journalists, has died. He was 81.
Post died Monday at his home in the Marin County suburb of Corte Madera...
| Dec 12, 2011
| 1:19 PM
Bobby Brown, one-time co-defendant in the murder of 8-year old Lativia Johnson in 1993, testified Monday against his former friend Robert Gaines.
Gaines is accused of shooting Johnson, who was inside her home in Grand Rapids, through a window. Brown...
| May 23, 2011
| 1:41 PM
So, this is what journalism is coming to. Unable to sustain its business model through traditional newspaper activities (such as publishing an actual newspaper), The Washington Post is offering a series of “MasterClasses” that will allow you,...
| Jun 14, 2011
| 9:20 AM
Vince Gray, Dr. Greg Pappas, Robin Hamilton, Robert Redford, James McAvoy, Willie Waffle
| Jun 14, 2011
| 11:44 AM
Call him "Blessed."
Ex-jockey Andrew Lakeman has been down and out, literally. He's a recovering alcoholic, former drug addict -- he did cocaine and tried heroin -- and flirted with Bulimia. He lost his apartment, all his furniture and his car was this...
| Dec 5, 2007
As the Writers Guild tries to fortify itself against the inevitable slow bleed of numbers and commitment among its membership in its fifth week of striking, many gung-ho writers continue to find novel ways of surviving the monotony and social...
| Aug 9, 2008
THE MOST UBIQUITOUS POLITICAL trope of the presidential campaign has been that Barack Obama is not just any old politician; he's a "rock star." (There are 770,000 Google hits of Obama and "rock star" and counting.) He attracts the kind of huge crowds that...