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  • L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Nov. 16-23: 'FDR' and more
    Emmy winner Ed Asner portrays the 32nd U.S. president in a solo show at Laguna Playhouse, Hershey Felder salutes yet another music legend at the Geffen, and a classic British farce comes to the Mark Taper Forum.
  • Allentown native's animated series screened by Michelle Obama

    Allentown native's animated series screened by Michelle Obama
      First Lady Michelle Obama hosted military families for a private screening of a special Veterans Day episode of Disney's hit preschool series  "Doc McStuffins" at The White House Monday. The special episode “Training Army Al” which stars...

    J. California Cooper dies at 82; a voice for struggles of black women

    J. California Cooper, who illuminated the struggles of black women in novels and short stories prized for their folksy wisdom and original voices, including those of an unborn child and a dead slave, died Sept. 20 in Seattle. She was 82. The cause was...

    Film Review: 'You're Not You'

    Playing a fortysomething patrician woman afflicted with ALS, Hilary Swank gives a sensitive, nuanced illustration of the disease's horrible physical toll in George C. Wolfe's "You're Not You." Unfortunately, the film calls on her to play a disease more...

    ALS drama 'You're Not You' pulls its emotional punch

     ALS drama 'You're Not You' pulls its emotional punch
    As another way — that is, post-Ice Bucket Challenge — to bring attention to the neurodegenerative disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the ALS-themed drama "You're Not You" is certainly a valuable film. It's unfortunate, then, that...