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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Art Linkletter dies at 97; broadcasting pioneer created 'Kids Say the Darndest Things'

    Art Linkletter dies at 97; broadcasting pioneer created 'Kids Say the Darndest Things'
    Art Linkletter, the radio and television talk-show pioneer who was best known for eliciting hilarious remarks from the mouths of babes and who late in life was a popular motivational speaker and author, challenging seniors to live as zestfully as he did,...
  • 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....
  • PASSINGS

    Robert Quarry Actor in '70s horror films Robert Quarry, 83, a prolific actor best known for his horror-movie roles as Count Yorga and the Deathmaster, died Feb. 20 at the Motion Picture & Television Fund Hospital in Woodland Hills, a hospital...
  • More Halloween helpers for under $3 at Z Gallerie

     
    Still shopping for ghoulish delights to grace mantels and tabletops? These should fit the bill without racking up too big a bill. At 8.5 inches tall, the glittery black skull is almost life-size and certainly passable as a shrunken head. It's at Z...
  • SXSW Day 3: The XX keep it minimal, Best Coast stays scruffy and Marina lands in the U.S.

     
    It was past 12:30 a.m. when London's the XX took the stage on the third night of music showcases at South by Southwest. But no matter, this was music built for late-night listening. The XX do a lot with very......
  • SXSW: Festival excess contradicts biz climate, but plenty of acts make an impression

     
    There isn't much that can slow the music industry's annual spring break party that is the South by Southwest conference. Despite continued declines in CD sales, concerns over a major industry merger and the recent passing of the beloved pop......
  • Jesus Christ: The Comic Book

     
    The publishing company that gave the world comic book versions of “Jason and the Argonauts” and “Vincent Price Presents” came out Wednesday with a comic book based on the life of Jesus Christ called “Jesus Christ.&...
  • Universal Studios: A walk among the stars, dead or alive

     
    Several months ago, I was at Universal Studios and thought, “One day I'm going to be bored enough to come out here and survey the stars in the sidewalk.” That day was yesterday, when I went to the Hollywood area of the theme park and took...
  • Movie Star Mystery Photo

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo I’m calling this series of mystery photos “Lucille Ball and Friends.” In going through The Times’ files of Ball photos, I was struck by the number of unfamiliar images. We’ve all seen the stills of Lucy and Ethel...
  • House on Haunted Hill

    I can't say for sure when it happened, but I've always been a fan of scary movies. Maybe it began when I was six-years-old and loved to wake up Saturday mornings to watch Scooby-Doo, Where Are You. Scooby and the gang's forays into spooky old houses and...