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  • Festival of Books: Gladwell, Choi and Oates close out fest's 20th year

    Festival of Books: Gladwell, Choi and Oates close out fest's 20th year
    By the time the 20th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books wound down Sunday, thousands of Angelenos had listened to debates on social justice and racial bias, short stories versus novels, and heard from authors like Malcolm Gladwell and Joyce Carol Oates as well as restaurateur Roy Choi.
  • Festival of Books: How actor Jason Segel rescued his own 'Nightmares!'

    Festival of Books: How actor Jason Segel rescued his own 'Nightmares!'
    The first time Jason Segel shopped the story "Nightmares!," before it became a bestselling children's book, it was the first script he had ever written and he sold it to a big company. It sat on a shelf for seven years. "That is when a logical...

    With critic-driven film festivals in spotlight, let's pause to focus on big picture

    With critic-driven film festivals in spotlight, let's pause to focus on big picture
    Should film critics run their own film festivals? I'm conflicted on this one. The practicalities feel a little gummy, a little sticky, but many say the results are worth it. It's the right time to ask the question, whichever side of the rapidly...

    'Dancing' does Disney; Taraji returns

    In the week ahead, "Dancing With the Stars" salutes Disney movies, Taraji P. Henson returns to "Person of Interest," and one of TV's most enjoyable dramas calls it quits.  The coming week's highlights:  "Dancing With the Stars" stages Disney night...

    Roger Ebert program at University of Illinois halfway funded

    Roger Ebert program at University of Illinois halfway funded
    Designed, according to Chaz Ebert, to “realize Roger’s dream for a crossroads of film studies, production and ethics,” a new film and critical studies program to be housed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is halfway to...