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  • Fashion teams up with pop culture

    Body by Beckham Women weren't the only ones baring skin in ads this year. Fast fashion giant H&M debuted its first Super Bowl ad for the David Beckham Bodywear collection, starring the soccer star in his skivvies. During the London Summer Olympics,...
  • Broadway musical Wicked is ripped from headlines

    Broadway musical Wicked is ripped from headlines
    "Wicked" rips the lid off of Oz. Rips it right off. Dirty politics. Infidelity. Domestic surveillance. A love child. Racial discrimination (y'know, against the green-skinned coloreds). Emotional abuse. Animal rights. Blacklisting. And...
  • Hey, Dad! 8 things to do with the kids this weekend

    Hey, Dad! 8 things to do with the kids this weekend
    Hey, you’re a cool parent.  Not an eye-rolling source of embarrassment for your kids.  Oh, you are? Well, “Yo Gabba Gabba” creator Christian Jacobs knows what you mean. And he’s about the coolest dad ever. Way back before he...
  • Youth ballet to stage 'Snow White' in Irvine

    Youth ballet to stage 'Snow White' in Irvine
    Leotard-clad dancers stretched at gravity-defying angles, while gangly teenagers with seemingly endless legs towered en pointe. A girl hunched over homework as a counterpart stitched elastic bands and ribbons onto her shoes, listening to the youngest...
  • Downtown 'Cinderella' still needs a story

    Downtown 'Cinderella' still needs a story
    With some saying a variant of her story dates all the way to antiquity, Cinderella has long resided in the public domain. Certain aspects of her story — a single prince, a couple of cackling stepsisters and a mean stepmom — are de rigueur. But...
  • 'Cinderella' Opens Connecticut Ballet Season in Stamford, Hartford

    'Cinderella' Opens Connecticut Ballet Season in Stamford, Hartford
    Connecticut Ballet will present its first subscription season at Stamford Center for the Arts’s Palace Theater and the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts’s Belding Theater in Hartford beginning in the fall. The company’s 32nd...
  • 'Sleeping Beauty' sets ticket record in Shakes' Goldman Theater

     'Sleeping Beauty' sets ticket record in Shakes' Goldman Theater
    Orlando Shakespeare Theater's recent production of "Sleeping Beauty" broke ticket records to become the most attended show in the history of the Goldman Theater, the midsize theater at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center. Outselling last year's summer hit...
  • Cartoon voice legend June Foray to get TV academy's Governors Award

    Cartoon voice legend June Foray to get TV academy's Governors Award
    June Foray, the woman whose voice can be heard coming from Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Cindy Lou Who and many grannies and witches in countless cartoons over the years will be honored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences next month with a Governors...
  • Disney's iconic California Grill reopens

    Disney's iconic California Grill reopens
    Disney's California Grill, a long cool drink replete with swank, sizzle and sass, reopens Monday. The restaurant atop Disney's Contemporary Resort hotel was closed for a seven-month makeover that included a menu overhaul, a new kitchen and updated...
  • Disney film 'Into the Woods' begins production in U.K.

    Disney film 'Into the Woods' begins production in U.K.
    Walt Disney is once again turning to the Brothers Grimm for theatrical inspiration. The studio that brought the classic Grimm's fairy tale "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to the big screen in 1937, said it began production last week on “Into the...
  • Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer to end longtime partnership

    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer to end longtime partnership
    Walt Disney Co. and producer Jerry Bruckheimer will not renew their first-look deal when it expires in 2014, ending a relationship that resulted in 27 movies and lasted more than 20 years. Bruckheimer, whose summer tentpole "The Lone Ranger" was a...