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  • Finding, losing self at Brand art exhibit

    Finding, losing self at Brand art exhibit
    For 40 years, the Brand Library and Art Center in Glendale has produced a national juried art exhibition of works on paper submitted by artists from across the United States. “Brand 40: Fortieth annual National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper: Entrances & Exits” was officiated by juror Peter Frank, an art critic and curator at the Riverside Museum of Art, who culled through hundreds of entries to organize the show. Of the 10 donor prizes awarded, the most significant is the “Jane Friend Purchase Award,” which purchases the winning art piece to add to the permanent Brand Library and Art Center collection.
  • Maile Meloy has it her way with 'Both Ways'

    Maile Meloy has it her way with 'Both Ways'
    Every writer has a personal stash of the misbegotten, that folder on the computer -- or section in the filing cabinet -- for work that the author has given up trying to fix. Maile Meloy, 37, revisited hers three years ago when the literary quarterly...

    A slow day at the FBI

    This week the inspector general of the Justice Department issued a report about FBI surveillance of several groups, including Greenpeace and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The report concluded that none of the groups was investigated by...

    Edward Norton–Is he a collaborator?

    For Edward Norton, it’s all about “collaboration,” and having input on the character and story he helps get on the screen. “I don’t think it’s that unusual to want to contribute, bring your ideas to the script,”

    Tom Shadyac: Life begins after you give away your Hollywood toys

    Correction: In writing about a scene from Tom Shadyac's new film, "I Am," I inaccurately transcribed a line of dialog. When Shadyac talks about his agent, he actually says: "My agent. A source of stress in show business!" My apologies....