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  • 'Levitated Mass,' Doug Pray's rock doc on LACMA's epic boulder

    'Levitated Mass,' Doug Pray's rock doc on LACMA's epic boulder
    If you were in Los Angeles in the spring of 2012, there seemed to be talk about one thing and one thing only: the rock. That was the informal name for "Levitated Mass," the 340-ton boulder that the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) spent 10 days and more than $10 million carting from a Riverside quarry to the heart of Los Angeles, for a work of sculpture produced by land artist Michael Heizer.
  • First-time filmmaker gets a leg up from competition

    Until this summer Philip Flores of Hemet was working as a lowly production assistant in Hollywood. Now, the aspiring filmmaker is shooting his first movie in L.A., "Touchback," an indie drama about a high school freshman who reluctantly engages in...

    The Morning Fix: Tony, Ridley Scott looking at MGM? Glenn Beck's cash machine. Desperate divas and Marc Cherry.

    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to shave today. To the rescue? Brothers Ridley and Tony Scott have emerged as surprise bidders for Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer, having submitted a plan to restructure the studio, according to the Financial Times. MGM's...

    The Manila Machine rolls out at Art Walk; Debbie Lee to debut Ahn-Joo food truck at L.A. Film Fest

    Mobile Korean pub food will soon be brought to Southern Californians by chef Debbie Lee (who appeared on the "The Next Food Network Star"); her Ahn-Joo food truck will make its debut at the Los Angeles Film Festival, June 18...

    Combo plate: Food trucks, food films, 'Shrek' and more

    -- McDonald's recall of "Shrek" glasses raises some disturbing questions, including: How did a potentially toxic material find its way into drinking cups marketed to children? -- Handy-dandy cheat sheet to download, print and clip for your purse or...