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  • It's not too late to catch many Pacific Standard Time shows

     
    Last Saturday, several local museums offered free admission as a way to mark the end of the sprawling six-month-long exhibition festival Pacific Standard Time. But don't throw away your little red guide to PST shows quite yet....
  • PST, A to Z: ''Round the Clock' at Vincent Price Art Museum

     
    Pacific Standard Time: "'Round the Clock: Chinese American Artists Working in Los Angeles" at the Vincent Price Art Museum is a thoroughly enjoyable, enlightening addition to the Pacific Standard Time project....
  • Southern California museums end PST with a day of free admission

     
    The end of Pacific Standard Time -- the Getty's region-wide survey on the history of art in Southern California -- will be celebrated with free admission at 19 local museums on Saturday, March 31....
  • Art review: Natalie Bookchin at LACE

     
    Christopher Knight reviews Natalie Bookchin's video installation, "Now he's out in public and everyone can see," at LACE....
  • 'SNL' funnyman Bill Hader returns as host of TCM movie series

     
    Saturday Night Live” funny man Bill Hader, who has created such indelible characters as Stefon, the giggling, flamboyant City Correspondent of New York City, as well as doing uncanny impressions of James Carville, Vincent Price and Al Pacino, is a...
  • Oregon Shakespeare Festival receives $4.5-million donation

     
    As Shakespeare would say, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” But the naming rights might cost you. Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced Friday that after a $4.5-million donation, the almost 80-year-old nonprofit will grant a group of....
  • Alice Cooper at Sands Bethlehem Event Center: Lots of shock, little subtlety

     
    Alice Cooper has always been as much about image as music, dating back to when the name applied to a cross-dressing band – now nearly 45 years ago (!) -- then even more when frontman Vincent Furnier made that his......
  • Valentine's Play

    Valentine's Play
       I have a long personal history with Valentine's Day.  My baby book boasts:  "Our Little Valentine", due to my birthdate, my grandparents were married on Valentine's Day, and I got engaged 17 years ago on Valentine's.  I'd say that's more than enough...
  • 'Night Gallery: Season Three'

    'Night Gallery: Season Three'
    Though he remained host of - and contributed a couple of scripts to - this final season of the NBC suspense anthology, "Twilight Zone" icon Rod Serling separated himself from it as much as possible, having become frustrated by creative battles over it....
  • Last act for Hollywood memorabilia

    Last act for Hollywood memorabilia
    They are packing up Old Hollywood and moving it to Newbury Park. That's where about 3 million film studio publicity stills, 50,000 original movie posters and 20,000 vintage fan magazines will be stored until they are auctioned off six months from now....
  • Forrest J Ackerman, writer-editor who coined 'sci-fi,' dies at 92

    Forrest J Ackerman, writer-editor who coined 'sci-fi,' dies at 92
    Forrest J Ackerman, who influenced a generation of young horror-movie fans with Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine and spent a lifetime amassing what has been called the world's largest personal collection of science-fiction and fantasy memorabilia, has...
  • L.A. Opera's 'The Fly' is a monster mash

    L.A. Opera's 'The Fly' is a monster mash
    Two years ago, a bass-baritone covered in gook stalked the stage of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. That was the medieval monster in Elliot Goldenthal's "Grendel," commissioned by Los Angeles Opera. Sunday afternoon, a baritone covered in gook again...