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  • Harrington, Kapana share time, talent

    Harrington, Kapana share time, talent
    Get Newport Harbor High senior Cleo Harrington and junior Carlee Kapana together out of the water, and they are prone to fits of giggling. They play off each other well, which certainly is also true in the water for the Sailors' girls water polo team....
  • Art review: Adam Silverman's 'Clay and Space' is vessel for inquiry

    Art review: Adam Silverman's 'Clay and Space' is vessel for inquiry
    Before he became a potter, setting aside a longtime hobby for full-time engagement, Adam Silverman trained and practiced as an architect. Clay vessels and buildings are significantly different, in myriad obvious ways. But Silverman sometimes collapses the...
  • Hampton Roads' best art shows for 2013

    Art lovers had plenty of reasons to cheer in 2013, despite the year-long closing of the Chrysler Museum of Art for a $24 million addition and renovation project. Here are five of my favorite shows from the past year, with apologies to several other...
  • Is maestro Valery Gergiev being scapegoated for Russia's anti-gay laws?

    Is maestro Valery Gergiev being scapegoated for Russia's anti-gay laws?
    Valery Gergiev is the major conductor today for whom the most superlatives apply. He is commonly hailed as Russia's greatest living conductor. As the general and artistic director of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg — which includes Russia'...
  • Leigh Tarentino is 2nd A&H artist-in-residence

     Leigh Tarentino is 2nd A&H artist-in-residence
    WHAT: Beginning today, Leigh Tarentino will be artist-in-residence at the Art & History Museums — Maitland. She is the second artist-in-residence at the A&H since the implementation of the first formal, nationally competitive residency program at...
  • In the Pipeline: Wyland takes on Surfboards on Parade

    In the Pipeline: Wyland takes on Surfboards on Parade
    When the famed marine-life artist Wyland unveils a new piece near the pier on Jan.14, he will be just across from the Golden Bear, where he painted a mural more than 30 years ago — before he was known for his building-size whales. Wyland will be...
  • L.A. theater openings, Jan. 5-12: 'Foxfinder' premieres

    L.A. theater openings, Jan. 5-12: 'Foxfinder' premieres
    The dystopian drama "Foxfinder" premieres in Pasadena, Gordon Goodman is back as "Barrymore," and Barry McGovern does Beckett at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Human Identity L.A. premiere of writer-performer Christopher Vened’s solo show mixing mime...
  • In the Arts

    Laguna Beach will host Artist Open Studios from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Art aficionados are invited to visit and observe 29 local artists — from glass blowers to sculptors — as they work in their studios. Admission is free. Guests can...
  • On the Town: The year ends with art, shopping and worship

    On the Town: The year ends with art, shopping and worship
    On Sunday, Glendalians were having fun in very different ways. Those of the artistic bent went to the Forest Lawn Museum on Glendale Avenue. The featured exhibit "L.A. Woman — Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" displays the works of 24 female...
  • Vladimir Horowitz at Carnegie Hall: What the fuss was all about

    "Vladimir Horowitz: Live at Carnegie Hall" Vladimir Horowitz's technical ease, power, wide color palette, singing tone and musicianship sent other now-legendary pianists, including Rudolf Serkin, Arthur Rubinstein and Claudio Arrau, back to the practice...
  • 'Balthus: Cats and Girls' has artist's muse at its heart

    'Balthus: Cats and Girls' has artist's muse at its heart
    NEW YORK — "I used to want to shock, but now it bores me," wrote the painter Balthus in 1955. He was referring to the work presented in his first gallery show in 1934, in Paris — a highly charged street scene in which a man appears to be...