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  • Why is Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' an e-book bestseller?

    Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” has quietly become an e-book bestseller, climbing high on the charts of political books on Apple’s iTunes and Amazon’s Kindle, even as print sales of the 1925 anti-Semitic screed continue to...
  • CalArts names new art studio building after John Baldessari

    CalArts names new art studio building after John Baldessari
    Artist John Baldessari has had a long association with the California Institute of the Arts, where he was a professor of art for nearly two decades. On Friday, the school announced  that it is naming a new art studio building on campus in honor of the 82-...
  • Film Review: 'La Marche'

    It started with a violent standoff and ended with a peaceful march, during which a small group of protestors organized a cross-country demonstration, carrying banners "for equality and against racism" from the South of France to Paris. Backed by Luc...
  • Kindertransport survivors tell escape story

    Kindertransport survivors tell escape story
    Seventy-five years ago, 7-year-old Susanne Goldsmith watched her father wave goodbye, clutching a handkerchief in a crowd of people at a railroad station in Vienna, Austria.  She and her 10-year-old brother had just boarded the Kindertransport, a rescue...
  • Nazi-looted art: Will George Clooney movie speed up recovery?

    Nazi-looted art: Will George Clooney movie speed up recovery?
    The saga of 1,500 art works recovered in Munich, with an estimated value of more than $1 billion and possibly stolen by Nazis in the 1930s and 1940s, made big headlines over the weekend. The German publication Focus reported that the 2011 discovey...
  • La Cañada History: St. Francis High School Stages Production of William Shakespeare's Richard III

    La Cañada History: St. Francis High School Stages Production of William Shakespeare's Richard III
    Ten Years Ago The theater arts department at St. Francis High School staged a production of a 20th century version of William Shakespeare’s “Richard III” in its Degheri Performing Arts Center. Director Manny Eulalia said he was inspired...
  • History casts doubt upon non-aggression pact with Iran

    According to our recently proposed treaty with the Iranian government, Iran keeps much of its nuclear program while agreeing to slow its path to weapons-grade enrichment. The Iranians also get crippling economic sanctions lifted. The agreement is not...
  • 'Sound of Music Live': Sing Along with Twitter

    NBC's staging of "The Sound of Music Live" is generating a steady stream of Twitter commentary, ranging from snark to swooning over the classic tunes featured in the beloved musical about a nun-turned-governess who helps an Austrian family learn to sing...
  • Pines man accompanies father to Germany for Kristallnacht commemoration

    Pines man accompanies father to Germany for Kristallnacht commemoration
    Paul Ranis didn't know much about his father's German upbringing. So the Pembroke Pines resident was honored when Peter Ranis invited him to Germany for the 75th commemoration of Kristallnacht, or "The Night of Broken Glass." The government of...
  • Bette Midler eats up her turn as Mengers, heading to the L.A. stage

    Bette Midler eats up her turn as Mengers, heading to the L.A. stage
    NEW YORK — Tea time at Sardi's, and in rushed Bette Midler too busy to give her caricature on the far wall an admiring glance. She had just finished taping an appearance on Katie Couric's talk show and, like me, had plans to see Mike Nichols'...
  • 'Sound of Music': Carrie Underwood delights

    'Sound of Music': Carrie Underwood delights
    The hills were alive, and so was NBC's poignant and surprisingly effective telecast Thursday of "The Sound of Music."   It all sounded improbable when announced, and the casting was risky, but somehow this new version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein...
  • Film Review: 'Judgment in Hungary'

    Presented such that Court TV looks like an action movie by comparison, "Judgment in Hungary" even-handedly captures a landmark case in Magyar law, as four neo-Nazis stand trial for a series of hate-crime murders (though no such designation exists, legally...