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  • Toronto Film Review: 'Finding Vivian Maier'

    An aptly obsessive study of obsession, "Finding Vivian Maier" sifts through the volumninous work and scant personal details of the titular street photographer, posthumously recognized as a genius of the form and a master of cultivated mystery. That this...
  • Jean-Pierre Melville's 'Two Men in Manhattan' reaches U.S. fans

    American culture was more than a fascination for Jean-Pierre Melville; it was a defining component of the French director's persona and life's work. There was the surname he adopted, the Stetson hats he favored, the Cadillac he piloted through the streets...
  • HBO, 'Behind the Candelabra' Dominate at Creative Arts Emmys

    HBO and "Behind the Candelabra" are poised to complete a history-making run at the Emmys after leading the way at Sunday's Creative Arts Emmy ceremony at the Nokia Theatre. Ahead at the Sept. 22 Primetime Emmys ceremony, "Candelabra" won eight Emmys...
  • Did local model survive on "America's Top Model's"

     
    It was a squeaker for Brodheadsville native and first-time model Mike Scocozza who barely survived the second week of "America's Next Top Model: Guys and Girls." After making the top 16 the first week, on Friday Mike landed in the......
  • 1956 photos of Sen. John F. Kennedy

     
    On Sep. 18, 1956, Sen. John F. Kennedy arrived in Los Angeles for a series of campaign appearances and speeches for the Democratic party....
  • Surfing rules make waves

    Surfing rules make waves
    For surfers, everything hinges on balance — even when it comes to local politics. A forum Monday night kicked off the public's involvement in a review of local surfing rules in Newport Beach. About 200 surfers of all ages, mostly male, filled...
  • Prince George: British royal family christens an heir to throne

    Prince George: British royal family christens an heir to throne
    LONDON -- Prince George, heir to the British throne, was christened Wednesday in a private ceremony attended by four generations of the royal family and a small group of family and friends. The short private service for the 3-month-old prince was...
  • reFramed: In conversation with Nick Brandt

     
    Nick Brandt photographs exclusively in Africa, where since 2001 he has been working on a last testament to wild animals and wild places. The first two volumes of the trilogy were recently combined and published together as “On This Earth, A Shadow...
  • 'House of Cards' wins two technical Emmys

    'House of Cards' wins two technical Emmys
    Baltimore-made "House of Cards" won two technical Emmys Sunday for cinematography in a single camera series and casting. The awards were announced at a dinner Sunday in Los Angeles. The awards telecast, at which the major Emmys are announced, will be...
  • Wh'Y' Not Toastmasters meets Saturday

    These groups meet regularly. The Bet Aviv Camera Club — Fourth Monday, 7:30 p.m. Learn about the many facets of photography. Meetings appeal to photographers of all skill and experience levels. Oakland Mills Meeting House, in Columbia. 410-992-7498...
  • No cameras please!!!

     
    Sign on left proclaims Ben Hogan's dislike of having picture taken as he prepares to play his second shot on first fairway at Riviera in the Los Angeles Open....