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  • Volvo S60 T6 R-Design

    Volvo S60 T6 R-Design
    By Jim MacPherson Redesigned and improved for 2011, the Volvo S60 sedan returns this year with two new models added to the lineup, the base T5 and the high performance T6 R-Design. The T5, with its 250-horsepower turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder...
  • In 'Tyler's Suite,' voices unite against bullying

    In 'Tyler's Suite,' voices unite against bullying
    When Jane Clementi's son Tyler went off to Rutgers University in fall 2010 and began playing violin for a school orchestra composed primarily of upperclassmen and graduate students, she thought the skill he had been perfecting since age 3 — even...
  • 'Secrets and Lies' on ABC fails to provide a reason to care

    In "Secrets and Lies," ABC's new limited series premiering Sunday, the killing of a young boy unhinges an already troubled family and turns an idyllic community into a suspicious mob, further riled by a predatory media and the icy relentlessness of an...
  • Kobe Bryant calls the shots on his Showtime documentary 'Muse'

    Kobe Bryant calls the shots on his Showtime documentary 'Muse'
    Ever since Kobe Bryant departed Staples Center in January with a season-ending tear in his rotator cuff, Lakers fans have braced for the worst. The unforgiving advance of Father Time, debilitating injuries that have prematurely halted back-to-back...
  • John Boorman catches up with alter ego in 'Queen & Country'

     John Boorman catches up with alter ego in 'Queen & Country'
    John Boorman has made a lot of tough-nosed, violent and demanding films, including the 1967 film noir "Point Blank" with Lee Marvin, the Oscar-nominated 1972 thriller "Deliverance," starring Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight, and "Excalibur," the visceral 1981...
  • LACMA to screen '400 Blows,' other Francois Truffaut films

    LACMA to screen '400 Blows,' other Francois Truffaut films
    After building a reputation as a maverick film critic, New Wave pioneer Francois Truffaut burst into the international scene with his first feature, 1959's "The 400 Blows," a hauntingly personal tale starring Jean-Pierre LĂ©aud as troubled adolescent...
  • Laguna Art Museum's 'California Printmakers' showcases inventive process

     Laguna Art Museum's 'California Printmakers' showcases inventive process
    One image feels like confrontation: In Dirk Hagner's woodcut on washi paper, the Austrian painter Egon Schiele appears in stark form — the point of the eyes, the fault lines in the face, the hands entrenched in pockets and a deep shadow running...
  • Soko mines '80s new wave on 'My Dreams Dictate My Reality'

    Soko mines '80s new wave on 'My Dreams Dictate My Reality'
    A rich, oddly magnetic new wave record far removed from the artist's introspective 2012 debut, the new "My Dreams Dictate My Reality" sees the singer known as Soko mining retro synths, echoed guitar tones suggestive of New Order and the Cure and hitting...
  • 'Mockingjay Part 1' sets up 'Hunger Games' finale nicely

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Lionsgate, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99 Available on VOD The "Hunger Games" franchise went from "massive worldwide hit" to "critically acclaimed" with its second installment, "Catching Fire," which goes deeper into the...
  • Netflix raises the question: What is a movie?

    Netflix raises the question: What is a movie?
    A few days ago, it was announced that former Chicago improviser Tina Fey's new TV show, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," would not air on NBC like her colossal hit "30 Rock," but would be available for streaming on Netflix. It was further announced Tuesday...
  • Leonard Nimoy made Spock 'Star Trek's' most complicated, and modern, hero

    It is important, and sometimes difficult, to remember that Leonard Nimoy, who died Friday at the age of 83, was an actor, not an alien. As Mr. Spock, the elf-eared, half-Vulcan science officer and first mate of the Starship Enterprise, he created a role...