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  • A roundup of festivities on the 30th anniversary of the Apple Mac

    A roundup of festivities on the 30th anniversary of the Apple Mac
    As you may have heard by now, the Apple Mac computer turned 30 years old Friday, and Apple has been busy celebrating the occasion. The Mac was a revolutionary computer, and as such, many besides the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant have also been doing...
  • How Steve Jobs' Macintosh failed and still changed computing

    This morning much of the tech world is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original Macintosh computer. It was Jan. 24, 1984, when a young Steve Jobs -- sporting a goofy bow tie -- stepped onto a stage in Cupertino, Calif., and unveiled the...
  • Review: John Cage's 'Thirty Pieces' has U.S. debut in St. Louis

     Review: John Cage's 'Thirty Pieces' has U.S. debut in St. Louis
    ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Symphony, the nation's second-oldest orchestra (after the New York Philharmonic), will celebrate its 135th anniversary next year. It is, in its ninth season under David Robertson, a happy and increasingly important...
  • SCR honors its founders

     SCR honors its founders
    What's in a name? A lot, said Paul Folino, former president of the South Coast Repertory board. It just doesn't have to be his. "I've never done anything I've done in Orange County to get my name on a building," he said Wednesday night, just after a...
  • "Golda's Balcony" comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse

    "Golda's Balcony" comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse
    This is a first for Tovah Feldshuh, who is starring in the one-woman show about Golda Meir opening at Fort Lauderdale’s Parker Playhouse Wednesday, Jan. 22. “I’ve played lots of Jewish mothers, but never the mother of a state,”...
  • In Northern Spain, linger in La Rioja

    HARO, Spain — Given the hours spent oozing along roads in L.A., you’d think my ideal vacation would not include driving. Zooming around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris? Dodging Fiats and Ferraris in Rome? Not for me. But tooling down...
  • 'Weekend at Bernie's' Filmmakers Sue Fox, MGM Over Profits

    The director and writer of "Weekend at Bernie's" have sued Fox and MGM over the studios' alleged failure to pay them profits from the comedy. Ted Kotcheff, who directed, and screenwriter Robert Kane filed the action Friday in state court in Los Angeles,...
  • 'Days of Our Lives' renewed for two more years

    'Days of Our Lives' renewed for two more years
    NBC announced on Wednesday that it is renewing the long-running soap opera "Days of Our Lives" for two more years, taking it into 2016. The renewal means the show will get to celebrate its 50th anniversary while still on the air in November 2015, an...
  • DGA President Paris Barclay Juggles Guild Duties with Career

    Paris Barclay is not slowing down -- even with the additional responsibility of being the 25th president of the Directors Guild of America. He's executive producing the last season of "Sons of Anarchy," shooting the 100th episode of 'Glee" and...
  • ‘Walking Dead’ trailer: Amid zombies, Rick vows ‘We’re not too far gone’

     
    “The Walking Dead” is set to return for the second half of its fourth season on Sunday, Feb. 9, and […]...
  • Bruce Springsteen's 'High Hopes' Takes 'Frozen's' No. 1 Chart Spot

    Bruce Springsteen became the first performer of 2014 to deliver a new No. 1 album, as his "High Hopes" claimed the post on the U.S. album chart. The New Jersey rocker's Columbia album shifted 99,000 copies in its debut frame, according to Nielsen...