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  • R. Patts takes the lead in Cronenberg’s ‘Cosmopolis’

     
    Here's an interesting choice by a young actor making interesting choices — post ‘Twilight' fame. Robert Pattinson has signed on to play the lead in edgy auteur David Cronenberg's next film, “Cosmopolis.” The “History of...
  • New Salvador Dali Museum opens in St. Petersburg

     
    The new Salvador Dali Museum officially opened in St. Petersburg yesterday. Here's a report from Tamara Lush of The Associated Press: For a few hours Tuesday, this Florida city was transformed into a Surrealist canvas in honor of Salvador Dali, the genre'...
  • Monster Mash: Frank Gehry's New World Center in Miami Beach; 'Spider-Man' on Broadway

     
    Gleaming: Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne on Frank Gehry's New World Center in Miami Beach. (Los Angeles Times) Still struggling: Interviews with Julie Taymor and cast members of Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." (Los Angeles...
  • Bento Box makes lunch easily digestible

     
    Have a Tokyo-cool lunch with one of Chef Rick Spiros' Japanese-style to-go meals at The Bento Box on Armitage Avenue....
  • Montecito

    A Day in the Life, at 90 * Keeping up with Julia Child, who has a new home, a new book deal and a balky oven Home Edition, Food, Page H-1 Features Desk 61 inches; 2181 words Type of Material: Profile; Recipe By RUSS PARSONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER...
  • France was her entree, then the world was her oyster

    Paris -- WHEN Julia Child first came to France in 1948, she couldn't cook an omelet. She was a tall, gawky Pasadena girl married to a cultural liaison officer posted at the U.S. Embassy in Paris. She had heard the French were touchy. She couldn't speak...