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  • Valentine's events offer something to love for everyone

    Valentine's events offer something to love for everyone
    Valentine’s Day is approaching and romantic offerings scheduled around the holiday abound in La Caņada. Descanso Gardens, Lanterman House and La Caņada Presbyterian Church are all offering several ways for the community to get in the spirit of...
  • Classically Trained: Making the 'good ol' songs' still unforgettable

    Classically Trained: Making the 'good ol' songs' still unforgettable
    LAGUNA BEACH — When Mike McCaffrey tells the audience he's got the world on a string, he's got you under his skin and that you're unforgettable — and pretty incredible, too — he can't go wrong. That's because he's a pianist, singer and...
  • Burbank Phil honors young artists

    Two beautiful and talented young women who have already made their mark on the world did the same in Burbank this past week by taking top honors in the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra and Hennings-Fischer Foundation’s 10th annual Young Artists’...
  • Jean Bartel dies at 87; Miss America 1943 pushed pageant to give scholarships

    Jean Bartel dies at 87; Miss America 1943 pushed pageant to give scholarships
    Jean Bartel, a former UCLA student who became Miss America of 1943 and was credited with selling $2.5 million in war bonds, has died. She was 87. Bartel died in her sleep Sunday at her Brentwood home, said actress Lee Meriwether, the 1955 Miss America...
  • Scene & Heard: 'A Night at Sardi's'

    Scene & Heard: 'A Night at Sardi's'
    The event was "A Night at Sardi's," and the honoree was Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger. The result? Event co-chairwoman Laurie Burrows Grad said the 19th annual event, founded in honor of her father, Broadway legend Abe Burrows, raised more...
  • Music review: Boston Pops from Festival of Orchestras

    Music review: Boston Pops from Festival of Orchestras
    Star power was the name of the game Friday night at the Festival of Orchestras' final concert of its 27th season. In the touring-orchestra world, the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra — known colloquially as "America's Orchestra" — is a top...
  • Rachel McAdams finds heaven at 'Midnight in Paris'

    Rachel McAdams finds heaven at 'Midnight in Paris'
    Most actors would kill for an opportunity to appear in a Woody Allen film. Rachel McAdams was no different, gladly accepting when he offered her a part in “Midnight in Paris.” Then the eccentric filmmaker called to talk to her about the role,...
  • Broadway shines like a Beacon at the 65th Annual Tony Awards

    Every so often a megahit storms Broadway, and from the opening number until the audience cheers, people cannot get enough. "The Book of Mormon," a hilarious and profane musical about Mormon missionaries in Africa, leads with 14 nominations at the 65th...
  • Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light

    Woody Allen finds 'Midnight' in the City of Light
    As a European filmmaker, Woody Allen has worked in England, Spain and now France, where his new movie, "Midnight in Paris," serves as a love letter to that city. Next up on his cinematic map will be Rome. Allen is a long way from the overly familiar...
  • Margaret Whiting dies at 86; pop singer mentored by Johnny Mercer

    Margaret Whiting dies at 86; pop singer mentored by Johnny Mercer
    Margaret Whiting, a pop singer for television, film, cabaret and Broadway whose recordings of such standards as "That Old Black Magic" and "Come Rain or Come Shine" sold millions of copies in the 1940s and '50s, has died. She was 86. Whiting died...
  • Classic Hollywood: Joel Grey looks back — and forward — at his career

    Classic Hollywood: Joel Grey looks back — and forward — at his career
    There was a time in 1965 when Joel Grey thought he would throw in the towel on show business. He wanted to be Laurence Olivier but instead he was doing a dreadful musical in Jones Beach, Long Island, called " Mardi Gras" with the June Taylor Dancers. "It...