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  • 'Porgy and Bess' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

     
    Few Broadway shows this season have experienced more controversy and critical hand-wringing before opening night than "The Gershwin's Porgy and Bess," a new version of the classic opera that debuted last year at the American Repertory Theatre in...
  • Facebook offering tickets with Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, others

     
    Five major ticketing services, including Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, StubHub, TicketFly and Eventbrite, are launching Facebook applications to be sell tickets to the social network's 800 million users....
  • Clifford Wright's kitchen: worldly, with a dash of Three Stooges

     
    Cookbook author and food scholar Clifford Wright packs his kitchen with collections from his world travels....
  • Oscars 2012: A hit in social media

     
    Oscars 2012 generated 3.8 million comments on Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites, according to Cambridge, Mass-based Bluefin Labs. That made the 84th Academy Awards the second most talked-about event since the company began measuring and...
  • James Beard awards includes one Florida chef nominee

     
    Hedy Goldsmith of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in Miami has been nominated for Outstanding Pastry Chef in the prestigious 2012 James Beard Foundation awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the...
  • Jerry Brown to unveil $14-billion water project

     
    For months, Jerry Brown has been talking about plans for an ambitious state water project, updating the plan first passed by his father, former Gov. Pat Brown. For the first time Friday, Brown put a number on the new proposal -- $14 billion....
  • UC Berkeley joins online education platform of Harvard and MIT

     
    UC Berkeley announced Tuesday that it is joining the new online education platform founded by Harvard and MIT that offers free but not-for-credit courses to a worldwide audience. The addition of UC Berkeley will give the “edX” online effort...
  • “America’s Next Top Model” Cycle 19: College Edition gives viewers a vote

     
    The latest edition of America’s Next Top Model is looking to shake things up. After the shocking April announcement that long-time mentor Jay Manuel, judge Nigel Barker and runway coach J. Alexander would not be returning, ANTM Cycle 19 returns with...
  • Julia Child's family outraged over Thermador ads featuring chef

     
    In her four decades as America’s cooking teacher, Julia Child had a hard and fast rule about commercial endorsements: She didn’t do them. It didn’t matter whether it was the butter that made her beurre blanc sauce sing, the pot in...
  • Have you seen this short story?

     
    The Safety Pin Review is a short story worn on the back of an "operative." Its issues have appeared from Massachusetts to Indiana to New Orleans to Seattle -- and now Southern California....
  • Viacom looks to sell Rock Band developer after years of losses [updated]

     
    Viacom is breaking up the band. The media conglomerate announced Thursday that it will sell Harmonix Music Systems, the Cambridge, Mass., video game developer behind the pioneering Rock Band video game series. The move comes after four years of losses.......
  • Art review: Stop. Move. at Blum & Poe

     
    William Kentridge wasn’t the first artist (by nearly a century) to work in animation, but his poignant, politically-charged, hand-drawn stop-motion films opened eyes wide to the medium’s potential when they began to be shown in the early '90s. In...