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  • Watch Keyboard Cat satirize 'Exit Through the Gift Shop'

     
    What would make Oscar-nominated, rumored-hoax street art documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop" even better? A Keyboard Cat-themed satire called "Exit through the Pet Shop"? Yup. Take note, art dealers -- we would totally pay like $20,000 for a "PLAY"...
  • Tim Donnelly exploring run for California governor

     
    The Colbert Report Get More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,Video Archive It looks as if at least one Republican is getting ready to take on Gov. Jerry Brown. Conservative Assemblyman Tim Donnelly (R-Hesperia), a vehement...
  • Ronald Reagan and 'A Time for Choosing'

     
    In speaking at the tribute honoring the Ronald Reagan centennial on Friday night, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin invoked his now-famous speech “A Time for Choosing.” Times reporter Maeve Reston noted that Reagan gave the...
  • Steve Martin and Dave Hickey at LACMA: Talking about art was fine with this audience

     
    "People in L.A. want to hear Steve Martin talk about art," declared Andrea Grossman as she introduced a discussion between Martin and art critic Dave Hickey at LACMA on Thursday night. Grossman, of the nonprofit Writers Bloc, which organized the......
  • Steve Martin's art talk pleases Angelenos

     
    Steve Martin talks about art, Angelenos are entirely pleased....
  • Why HBO is making a Julia Louis-Dreyfus pilot here

     
    In January, we reported that a pilot would be filming in Baltimore for a potential HBO political satire starring "Seinfeld" alum Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Read it here.The pilot is for a projected series tentatively titled "VEEP" about a former senator (Louis-...
  • HBO's 'Veep' gets off to promising start in Baltimore

     
    “Veep,” the big-name, much-buzzed-about HBO pilot starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, wrapped filming Saturday after six days in and around Baltimore. The producers, who include Louis-Dreyfus, cultural critic Frank Rich and writer-director Armando...
  • Tracing the showbiz roots of James O'Keefe's NPR sting

     
    The news media haven’t figured out what label to pin on James O’Keefe, the wily troublemaker whose hidden-camera sting could be the smoking gun that leads to a cutoff of further federal funding from NPR. The press has resorted to......
  • Theater review: 'The Book of Mormon' at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre

     
    Though "The Book of Mormon," which opened Thursday at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, is boisterously outrageous, it relies on humor that is nostalgic, harking back to classic routines refurbished with more daring expletives....
  • From the Stacks -- 'City of Angels'

     
    Rupert Hughes’ “City of Angels,” 1941. How much of a book must one read before deciding that it’s going to be a dog? Does an author deserve a running start of the first chapter? Can one truly tell that a......
  • About (Late) Last Night: Watch James Franco geek out with Stephen Colbert

     
    The Colbert Report Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c Renaissance Nemesis - Frank Jameso www.colbertnation.com Colbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor & Satire Blog Video Archive For the last week, James Franco has dutifully been making the late-night...