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  • Southern California Close-Ups: Going Hollywood

    Southern California Close-Ups: Going Hollywood
    Pity the rubes. Those wayward tourists who dawdle in their cars and tour buses along Beachwood Drive, enraging the locals as they haltingly seek that perfect Hollywood sign photo op — they know not what they do. Maybe you're not from this...
  • IRAN: Officials reject rebel group's claim of kidnapping nuclear scientist

     
    A story from Iran this weekend combines elements of tribal banditry and nuclear espionage. The ethnic Baluchi group Jundollah claimed on its website (Persian link) that it had kidnapped an Iranian nuclear scientist and would begin forcing him to tell........
  • Q&A: 'Bored to Death' creator Jonathan Ames

     
    Jonathan Ames, creator of HBO's "Bored to Death," sits down with Los Angeles Times' Television Critic Robert Lloyd for a Q&A....
  • On Theater: 'Oliver!' taken on with ambition at playhouse

    On Theater: 'Oliver!' taken on with ambition at playhouse
    Editor's note: This corrects the play's showtimes. There are elements of the Huntington Beach Playhouse's revival of the musical "Oliver!" that could stand toe to toe with the best professional productions, which makes it easier to overlook the show's...
  • Larry Gelbart dies at 81; 'MASH' writer

    Larry Gelbart dies at 81; 'MASH' writer
    Larry Gelbart, the award-winning comedy writer best known for developing the landmark TV series "MASH," co-writing the book for the hit Broadway musical "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" and co-writing the classic movie comedy "Tootsie,"...
  • Movie dubber known as voice of Woody Allen dies

    Movie dubber known as voice of Woody Allen dies
    Oreste Lionello, an entertainer and film dubber who was Italy's "voice" of Woody Allen, Jerry Lewis and other comic stars, died in a Rome hospital today. Lionello, 81, was a star in Italy's important entertainment industry of movie dubbing. Relatively...
  • Ojai museum fetes Mad magazine's Sergio AragonÚs

    Ojai museum fetes Mad magazine's Sergio Aragonés
    So you've just dipped into one of Sergio AragonÚs' cartoons. Relax. Make yourself at home. The artist would like you to feel perfectly at ease in the miniature cosmos he has created, which, you may have observed, is as spatially balanced and packed with...
  • The Triumph Street Triple fills the need for speed, but it lacks a certain ease on commutes

    The Triumph Street Triple fills the need for speed, but it lacks a certain ease on commutes
    THE 2008 Street Triple is Triumph's version of a rock music supergroup. The British manufacturer has taken two of its stars -- the Daytona 675 sport bike and the Speed Triple street fighter -- and put them on a single stage. The result is something...
  • Marty Feldman

     
    Well, I am the jerk of the moment. In this morning's wrap for Newsday on last night's "Dancing with the Stars," I closed out my piece with this line... "Cloris Leachman ... well, you know all about that. Season......
  • Art review: John Baldessari at Gemini GEL

     
    "John Baldessari season" continues apace in Los Angeles, with a show of fragmented recent paintings at Margo Leavin (closing Saturday) and a full 50-year retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art now joined by six recent mixed-media prints.......
  • Theater review: 'Young Frankenstein' at the Pantages

     
    In 2007, New York grabbed torches and pitchforks and went after a monster. The object of this pursuit, "Young Frankenstein," was indeed frightful in some respects, but it didn't deserve quite such bitter griping. True, moviemaker turned theater...