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  • 'Mozart in the Jungle' on Amazon gets good after woeful pilot

    'Mozart in the Jungle' on Amazon gets good after woeful pilot
    All that follows the first several paragraphs of this review will constitute an endorsement, so I encourage you to keep reading past the negative opening remarks, as I would encourage you to keep watching "Mozart in the Jungle," whose first season begins Tuesday on Amazon, past its so-so, sometimes off-putting pilot. It gets good thereafter — very good.
  • L.A. arts scene celebrated at Music Center's 50th anniversary

    L.A. arts scene celebrated at Music Center's 50th anniversary
    The event: The Los Angeles Music Center’s 50th anniversary celebration dinner, which immediately followed Saturday’s performance spectacular, handily kept up the momentum in a tent rising four stories above the Music Center Plaza in downtown...

    'This Is Where I Leave You' is a fractious family affair

    I can't think of a family I'd rather sit shiva with than the Altmans of "This Is Where I Leave You." They bury their father, Mort, pun no doubt intended, with the right mix of tears and unearthed resentments, and they take the blows life hands them...

    Sex-thriller 'Reckless' fills in as harmless summer diversion

    "Reckless," premiering Sunday on CBS, is a summery crime-soap, just complicated enough to be diverting without taxing brains addled by the sun. Created by Dana Stevens ("What About Brian"), with a pilot directed by Catherine Hardwicke ("Twilight"), it...

    'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' on Broadway: Johansson's heat is only half the story

     'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' on Broadway: Johansson's heat is only half the story
    NEW YORK — As Tennessee Williams understood better than almost any other scribe who ever stared down a typewriter, anger and need are not the same thing. In a lousy marriage — such as the one between Margaret and Brick in Williams' "Cat on a...