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  • Theater review: 'Machinal' from Annie Russell Theatre

    Theater review: 'Machinal' from Annie Russell Theatre
    I'm sad I wasn't able to see Annie Russell Theatre's production of "Machinal" earlier in its run -- so I could have urged more theatergoers to see it. Sophie Treadwell's expressionistic play closes tonight (Saturday, Feb. 21) with a final performance at 8...
  • Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name

    Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name
    Royal Indian Cuisine is a humble eatery that lives up to its regal name. The plain exterior of the Casselberry restaurant gives little hint to the refined cuisine that comes from the kitchen or how the dining room is nicely appointed at dinner time....
  • Elaborate 'Last' in Naruto series packs visual punch

    Elaborate 'Last' in Naruto series packs visual punch
    "The Last: Naruto the Movie" is the seventh and most elaborate feature in the popular "Naruto Shippuden" franchise. Ninja and self-proclaimed knucklehead Naruto (Junko Takeuchi, less gravelly than Maile Flanagan's familiar English voice) is now a young...
  • REVIEW: 'The Other Place' at Profiles Theatre

     REVIEW: 'The Other Place' at Profiles Theatre
    If you are familiar with Lisa Genova's "Still Alice" — a play and now a movie starring the Oscar-nominated Julianne Moore, as well as a book — then you'll have encountered a woman who has to deal with so-called early onset dementia. Genova's...
  • Terror has trouble making the climb to 'Treehouse'

    Terror has trouble making the climb to 'Treehouse'
    "Treehouse" is a lackluster backwoods thriller that takes far too long to get — well, not very far. There's more tension in a round of Final Jeopardy. Directed by Michael Bartlett from a script by Alex Child and Miles Harrington, the film finds an...
  • Review: The sublime Tesla Model S P85D

    Review: The sublime Tesla Model S P85D
    Forget the Tesla Model S P85D’s jaw-dropping zero-to-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds, though that’s as fast as a Porsche 911 Turbo. It’s the face-distorting zero-to-30-mph blast that truly sets the car apart. The P85D isn’t entirely...
  • East meets West as the Phil celebrates Chinese New Year

    East meets West as the Phil celebrates Chinese New Year
    It has been many years since the Los Angeles Philharmonic — an orchestra less sentimental than most about programming around holidays or anniversaries — turned over New Year's concerts to Pink Martini, and I've never heard a single complaint....
  • 'Digging Up the Marrow' a monster of a found-footage teaser

     'Digging Up the Marrow' a monster of a found-footage teaser
    Prolific genre filmmaker Adam Green tries his hand at the mockumentary with "Digging Up the Marrow," but the results are decidedly more mind-numbing than bone-chilling. Green established a rabid fanboy base with output such as the "Hatchet" trilogy of...
  • Talent has little role to play in narcissistic doc 'My Way'

    Talent has little role to play in narcissistic doc 'My Way'
    The documentary "My Way" follows obscure rocker Rebekah Snyder-Starr and her backup singer-tambourine player Annika Alliksoo as they hit the road from the boondocks of Kittanning, Pa., to the Sunset Strip in 2010. There they will play at the since-...
  • Greil Marcus rocked the intersection of tunes and words

    Greil Marcus rocked the intersection of tunes and words
    Given his rep as one of America's leading cultural intellectuals, one might expect Greil Marcus to be an intimidating presence. But the acclaimed rock critic and historian was funny, approachable and down-to-earth during his Thursday night appearance....
  • Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef

    Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef
    If you are fond of visiting Los Angeles restaurants in their first months, you have run into chef Kris Morningstar a lot, probably more times than you can imagine. He has cooked at Shutters and AOC, Grace, Meson G and Opaline, Casa and the weird rooftop-...