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  • Friends of the Libraries: Libraries provide bang for your buck

    Some years ago, I was talking to a city official about the need to expand our library space in Costa Mesa. I was told that libraries didn't produce money, so it was hard to get the public to invest in a bond issue. I wish I had known then what I have since learned: that libraries do bring a strong return on investment to the community.
  • Sorry, Jennifer Lawrence is NOT in 'Dumb and Dumber To'

    Sorry, Jennifer Lawrence is NOT in 'Dumb and Dumber To'
    She's no dummy Source: Getty Images If you're headed to the theater to see "Dumb and Dumber To" this weekend (which, according to this review from RedEye's Matt Pais, is a terrible idea), don't expect to see even a hint of Jennifer Lawrence. According...

    Brad Pitt gets gritty again in 'Fury': 5 lessons from his recent work

    For Brad Pitt aficionados, the initial reaction to the trailer for his upcoming World War II drama "Fury" might have been a flush of familiarity: The actor, after all, memorably played a tough-talking, Nazi-hunting lieutenant in Quentin Tarantino's...

    Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac Kick Off AFI Fest With 'A Most Violent Year'

    Oscar Isaac rocked a mean mustache and mullet and Jessica Chastain wowed in a dress that looked like it was made of what she called a cooler version of bubble wrap at Thursday's world premiere of "A Most Violent Year" at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood,...

    When ego drives art

    When ego drives art
    Not many moviegoers know the play, but the 1948 Moss Hart comedy "Light Up the Sky" concerns the painful birth of a Broadway-bound post-apocalyptic allegory called "The Time Is Now." It may well be a work of genius. It may also be a pretentious stiff...