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  • Explore stunning Big Sur

    Explore stunning Big Sur
    "It is here at Big Sur that I first learned how to say Amen!" — Henry Miller Moody fog rolls over the mountains to kiss the ocean on California's Big Sur coast. The feeling of enormity hits you in waves as you drive along California Highway 1,...
  • Krapp's Last Tape: Brian Dennehy recreates Samuel Beckett's classic monologue at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre, through Dec. 18

    Krapp's Last Tape: Brian Dennehy recreates Samuel Beckett's classic monologue at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre, through Dec. 18
    Krapp's Last Tape Through Dec. 18. Long Wharf Theatre Stage II, 222 Sargent Drive. (203) 787-4282, longwharf.org.   Krapp, the solo character in Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, now playing at Long Wharf with Brian Dennehy recreating a role he has...
  • Zipcars keep zipping along and columnist gets graphic

    Zipcars march on! Based on the success of the recent Zipcar sites at the 36th Street and Chestnut Avenue, the company and Baltimore City are looking to place more of these rent-by-the-hour automobile stations in Hampden — specifically near 36th...
  • Antaeus Company doubles up 'King Lear'

    Antaeus Company doubles up 'King Lear'
    If "King Lear" has a moral, it's that if you're lucky enough to have a kingdom, it's probably not a good idea to divide it in two. The Antaeus Company production that just opened in a 49-seat house in North Hollywood turns that wisdom upside down:...
  • Toronto: Richard Linklater premieres 'Me and Orson Welles'

    Toronto: Richard Linklater premieres 'Me and Orson Welles'
  • This town is rated noir

    NOIR is the indigenous Los Angeles form: It was created here, it grew up here and from here it spread, not only as a genre but as a way of looking at life, character and fate. As a framing lens, it's now so powerful that it seems not only to be a strategy...
  • Album review: 'Chinese Democracy'

    Album review: 'Chinese Democracy'
  • Eartha Kitt dies at 81; TV's Catwoman, sultry singer of 'Santa Baby'

    Eartha Kitt dies at 81; TV's Catwoman, sultry singer of 'Santa Baby'
    Eartha Kitt, a sultry singer, dancer and actress who rose from South Carolina cotton fields to become an international symbol of elegance and sensuality, has died. She was 81. Kitt, whose saucy rendition of "Santa Baby" became a holiday pop music...
  • Even off the set, there's still plenty of action

    The director's cut is a filmmaker's ultimate revenge, and Peter Bogdanovich gets a double helping with a twin-pack DVD release of two of his classic movies, "The Last Picture Show" (1971) and "Nickelodeon" (1976). " 'The Last Picture Show' has been...
  • Charlton Heston, 84; actor, Oscar winner, played grand figures

    Charlton Heston, 84; actor, Oscar winner, played grand figures
    Charlton Heston, the Oscar-winning actor who achieved stardom playing larger-than-life figures including Moses, Michelangelo and Andrew Jackson and went on to become an unapologetic gun advocate and darling of conservative causes, has died. He was 84....
  • 'Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America' by Peter Biskind

    'Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America' by Peter Biskind
    In the introduction to "Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America," Peter Biskind calls Beatty an "indecently gifted" artist whose work has "enriched the cinema." But that's just foreplay. Here's the first sentence of Chapter 1: "On a hot summer night,...