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  • 2013 Lexus GS 350

    By Paula MacPherson The 2013 Lexus GS 350 ventures into fun-to-drive territory. The car is still very comfortable. The ride may be slightly firmer than I expected, but it’s still a luxurious way to get around town. Driving the car is quite easy....
  • Debunking Myths About Cars

      Certain myths about automobiles have been around as long as there have been cars on the road. Many drivers adhere to driving and repair theories out of sheer force of habit, without ever knowing if these strategies are legitimate. Here are some common...
  • Are film tax credits cost effective?

    Are film tax credits cost effective?
    Tired of seeing Hollywood take its business elsewhere, California is moving to triple tax subsidies for film and TV productions, boosting incentives to $330 million annually and making the state competitive with New York, Georgia and other states that are...
  • With catchy riffs, One Direction packs Soldier Field

    With catchy riffs, One Direction packs Soldier Field
    Screams filled the air at Soldier Field Friday night. Relentless, ear-piercing screams that sounded as if a jet were taking off directly overhead. The screaming was for One Direction, the British boy band that in just four years has parlayed a third...
  • 'Draft Day' a 'Moneyball' for the hard-core pro football fan

    'Draft Day' a 'Moneyball' for the hard-core pro football fan
    Draft Day Lionsgate, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99 A sort of "Moneyball" for people who distrust statisticians, "Draft Day" stars Kevin Costner as an NFL general manager (for the Cleveland Browns) who risks the ire of his owner, his coach and his fan base...
  • Next lesson for Simone Porter, 17: solo debut with L.A. Philharmonic

    Next lesson for Simone Porter, 17: solo debut with L.A. Philharmonic
    Don't call her a prodigy. Seventeen-year-old Simone Porter will make her solo debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl on Sept. 4, but she doesn't think she's preternaturally gifted. "The word 'prodigy' brings to mind some kid who...
  • 'Fiddler on the Roof's' universal themes still resonate after 50 years

    'Fiddler on the Roof's' universal themes still resonate after 50 years
    On Sept. 22, 1964, after the long-awaited Broadway opening of "Fiddler on the Roof," invited guests gathered at New York's swank Rainbow Room to celebrate. The first review that came in that night was from Herald Tribune critic Walter Kerr, and it wasn'...
  • Patrick Duffy embraces flawed Bobby Ewing on 'Dallas'

     Patrick Duffy embraces flawed Bobby Ewing on 'Dallas'
    Times and tastes have changed since "Dallas" first aired more than 30 years ago. On TNT's reboot of "Dallas," now in its third season, Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) uses language that would never have passed the censors on the original 1978-91 CBS prime-time...
  • LACMA exhibition 'African Cosmos' illuminates art of astronomy

    LACMA exhibition 'African Cosmos' illuminates art of astronomy
    First, there was light. Then, a night sky filled with stars and a luminescent moon. Soon after? Art. Since ancient times, communities have used art to relay stories and make sense of the world around them — particularly when interpreting the...
  • Adam Levine talks Maroon 5's 'V,' 'The Voice,' Proactiv, more

    Adam Levine talks Maroon 5's 'V,' 'The Voice,' Proactiv, more
    Adam Levine has a driving range in his front yard, though it's unclear how often he gets to use it. The 35-year-old frontman of L.A.'s Maroon 5 was at home in Encino recently preparing for a weekend jam-packed with promotion for the band's new album,...
  • Made in America lineup is a vivid look at rap's competing interests

    Made in America lineup is a vivid look at rap's competing interests
    When it was first announced, the lineup for this weekend's Made in America festival in downtown L.A. seemed an unfocused commercial mix-and-match of mass-market rock, electronic dance and hip-hop. On second and third glances, it mostly is, at least at...