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  • Summer Fun Events

    Summer Fun Events
    Miami-Dade SPLASHTACULAR SUMMER CELEBRATION Through Aug. 17. Children can enjoy inflatable water slides and wet slip-n-slides as part of the kids’ water play area. Plus, Salty’s Pirate Playground and the park’s Spray and Play misting...
  • Garcetti picks Danielle Brazell to lead L.A.'s culture department

    Garcetti picks Danielle Brazell to lead L.A.'s culture department
    Danielle Brazell, whose job over the past eight years has included regularly prodding City Hall to spend more money and pay more attention to L.A.’s nonprofit arts scene, has been nominated by Mayor Eric Garcetti to take charge of the Department...
  • Delaware Art Museum sanctioned for selling painting at auction

    Delaware Art Museum sanctioned for selling painting at auction
    The Assn. of Art Museum Directors sanctioned the Delaware Art Museum on Wednesday for selling its 1868 William Holman Hunt painting “Isabella and the Pot of Basil” this week to help make debt payments and build its endowment. The painting,...
  • 'Klinghoffer' from a St. Louis perspective

    I don’t know to what extent this city practices religious tolerance. But the two noble and awe-inspiring architectural landmarks in the tony, leafy, popular Central West End are the beautiful Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis and the immense Barnes-...
  • Christine Wang's 'I Want That Bag' a heavy-handed confessional

    Christine Wang's 'I Want That Bag' a heavy-handed confessional
    Narcissism and social responsibility do not collide or even commingle in “I Want That Bag,” Christine Wang’s L.A. solo debut at Night Gallery. They simply sit, side by side, in the young artist’s half-baked paintings and...
  • Art and race at the Whitney: Rethinking the Donelle Woolford debate

    Art and race at the Whitney: Rethinking the Donelle Woolford debate
    Three weeks after the closing of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, even as the museum has stripped its galleries of the exhibiton’s videos, sculptures and paintings to make way for a Jeff Koons retrospective, the debate over one of its works lives on....
  • Los Angeles Times Ethics Guidelines

    June 2014 INTRODUCTION The goal of the Los Angeles Times is to publish news and information of the highest quality. This requires The Times, across its entire portfolio of editorial products, to be, above all else, a principled news organization....
  • Fidelity, friendship make up Road on Magnolia's 'Flower Duet'

    Fidelity, friendship make up Road on Magnolia's 'Flower Duet'
    The title of “Flower Duet,” in its West Coast premiere at the Road Theatre on Magnolia, refers to Leo Delibes’ celebrated “Lakmé” air for soprano and mezzo. It is being rehearsed by two Vermont-based frenemies, for a mutual...
  • 'Brothers Size' thrills with wit, vibrancy at Fountain Theatre

    'Brothers Size' thrills with wit, vibrancy at Fountain Theatre
    The Fountain Theatre follows up its award-winning 2012 production of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “In the Red and Brown Water” with a vibrant incarnation of “The Brothers Size,” the second installment in McCraney’s acclaimed...
  • 'The Human Spirit' a history lesson at Odyssey Theatre

    'The Human Spirit' a history lesson at Odyssey Theatre
    The grim aftershocks of South Africa’s racist apartheid regime will be with us for some time to come, which makes the cautionary social relevance of Carole Eglash-Kosoff’s docudrama “The Human Spirit” beyond question. Nevertheless,...
  • 'Ruth Doesn't Live Here Anymore' memorializes modern dance's origins

    'Ruth Doesn't Live Here Anymore' memorializes modern dance's origins
    The fact that modern dance was born in Los Angeles is well known, and it is not. Dance texts are not uncertain on the subject. In 1915, the pioneer Ruth St. Denis -- who took inspiration from progressive early 20th century Western theater and from the...