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  • Go Away With ... Ken Burns

    Go Away With ... Ken Burns
    Famous for his documentaries "The Civil War," "Mark Twain" and "Baseball," among others, filmmaker Ken Burns has a new film ready to roll out in 2014: "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History." Featuring Meryl Streep, Paul Giamatti and Edward Herrmann lending...
  • A. Scott Berg defines Woodrow Wilson

     A. Scott Berg defines Woodrow Wilson
    A. Scott Berg didn't enroll at Princeton until almost 100 years after Woodrow Wilson did. But by now, Berg is well acquainted with the man who led the nation into World War I and promoted (but couldn't get the U.S. to join) a League of Nations to help end...
  • L.A. drama ace Dakin Matthews has singing gig in Broadway 'Rocky'

    L.A. drama ace Dakin Matthews has singing gig in Broadway 'Rocky'
    Here’s the thing about having a long, busy acting career: one moment a performer finds himself at the extreme margin of agony, trudging the stage with Cordelia in his arms, and the next he's having a moment of blood, sweat and glory in Rocky Balboa'...
  • 'Sherlock' returns Jan. 19 to PBS

    'Sherlock' returns Jan. 19 to PBS
    Mark Jan. 19 in your calendar, folks. That's the date "Sherlock" returns to PBS. The network Wednesday announced its winter/spring schedule, which also reminds fans that Season 4 of "Downton Abbey" will air at 8 p.m. CT Jan. 5 through Feb. 23. In the new...
  • Miley Cyrus 'Proud' to be influencing young girls

    "LORD, how did we get ourselves into this kind of rat race celebration. What would Jesus do? Certainly, not own a charge card. It has dawned on me that Christmas is coming and I cannot ignore it!" This was the late governor of Texas, Ann Richards,...
  • Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival reflects changing attitudes

    Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival reflects changing attitudes
    These are heady days for the gay and lesbian community, with Supreme Court decisions and public-opinion polls reflecting startling shifts in views on issues such as gay marriage. Not surprisingly, the upcoming edition of the Outfest Los Angeles LGBT...
  • Film Review: 'Valencia'

    An adventurous experiment letting loose 20 directors on Michelle Tea's cult-adored novel/memoir, "Valencia" is as much deconstruction as adaptation. An equal number of actors -- not all of them female -- play Tea's hapless heroine, who petulantly plows...
  • Film Review: 'Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia'

    A fine memorial to one of 20th-century America's most brilliant, original -- and cranky -- thinkers, "Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia" duly charts the late scribe's artistic achievements and often glittering celebrity social life. But the...
  • Film Review: 'Breaking the Girls'

    A lipstick-lesbian riff on "Strangers on a Train," "Breaking the Girls" is a watchable but somewhat routinely pulpy mix of sex, blackmail and murder, a polished low-budgeter that doesn't rise above the neo-noir formulaics of Mark Distefano and Guinevere...
  • Outfest Awards 'Test' Top Trophies

    Chris Mason Johnson's "Test" (pictured) has won the grand jury awards for U.S. dramatic feature and screenwriting at Outfest Los Angeles, which concludes its 11-day run Sunday. Story, set in San Francisco in the early days of the AIDS crisis, centers...
  • Teen Queens and Their 'G.B.F.' Close Outfest

    "G.B.F." broke both stereotypes and theater capacities at Outfest's maxed out Closing Night Gala at Hollywood's John Ansen Ford Theatre on Sunday. Even a little unseasonable Los Angeles sprinkling over the amphitheater couldn't put a damper on the...