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The exhibition, "Three Artists, One World," at the Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery, highlights three markedly different artists in style and media. The common characteristic that threads the three together is their passion for the world, human...
A few weeks ago, on a fog-enshrouded night in Malibu, Richard Montoya stepped onstage in full mariachi regalia to welcome his audience to what he slyly called the "Getty Pancho Villa." The occasion was a performance of "Peace," Aristophanes'...
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Baltimore SunThe chronic sleep disorder that afflicts Ravens rookie linebacker Sergio Kindle is a common but often misdiagnosed condition that is treatable and should not affect his NFL career, according to experts in the study of narcolepsy. But the long-term...
Culture MonsterWhat becomes legends most? Not necessarily treating them with respect. âCarry It On,â Theatricum Botanicumâs musical survey of American idealists and activists, has a faultless heart, but its showbiz instincts could use a goosing. Director-writer...
Culture MonsterNadine Robinson's "Coronation Theme: Organon" is a great, rumbling wall of potential power, a majestic ode to past blood, sweat and tears and a firm promise of future might. Twenty-eight powerhouse audio speakers are stacked high against a wall, the......
L.A. NOWIn a letter addressed to parents and community members, a South Los Angeles elementary school principal apologized Thursday for âquestionable decisionsâ about which prominent African Americans to highlight in a parade marking the culmination of...
Monster Mash: J.D. Salinger letters to go on display; Leonardo the action hero; the U.S.-Cuba connectionCulture Monster--Pen pals: Ten letters and a postcard written by J.D. Salinger to his friend, painter and illustrator Michael Mitchell, will go on exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York, offering a rare glimpse into the private life......
Special to The Los Angeles TimesPhiladelphia The neon-streaked National Constitution Center dazzled. The historic red-brick Independence Hall stirred. But it wasn't until I stepped onto the rickety back porch of a Quaker house in northwest Philadelphia that I felt transported. It was...
Writers and editors George MacDonald Fraser, 82; author of the "Flashman" series of historical adventure novels (Jan. 2) Gilbert A. Harrison, 92; editor of the New Republic, helped launch new talent (Jan. 3) Philip Agee, 72; former CIA official wrote...
Harriet Tubman was a women born into southern slavery during the 19th century. Eventually escaping to freedom in the North, Tubman worked for many years helping other slaves gain their freedom using the Underground Railroad, a system of secret homes and...
When is a black woman simply a black woman? It's a question that feels so reflexive with an answer so self-evident, it shouldn't be a question at all. Black women are who they are, nothing more or less. They are the sum of their qualities, which often...
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