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  • Getty Museum acquires set of Herb Ritts photographs

     
    As of last month, the Getty Museum did not have a single image by Herb Ritts in its extensive photography collection. Now it has 69 black-and-white images by the late L.A. fashion photographer valued close to one million dollars, acquired from his...
  • Movie Preview: The Double

     
    Richard Gere and Topher Grace co-star in this thriller about the hunt for the last of an infamous circle of Soviet assassins. Martin Sheen also stars. “The Double” was directed by Michael Brandt and opens in some cities Sept. 23. Can't tell if...
  • Music review: Tim Fain's 'Portals' at the Broad Stage

     
    Tim Fain's "Portals" is a multi-media violin recital experiment which reached the West Coast Sunday at the Broad Stage and included the premiere of Philip Glass solo Partita. The experiment failed, the music and the extraordinary violinist didn't....
  • Richard Gere auctions off classic guitars, nets nearly $1 million

     
    Gere plans to donate the $936,438 to various charities....
  • Movie Review: The Double

     
    In magic acts, and in movie thrillers, it's called “the reveal,” that “wow” moment when some secret that's key to understanding what happened before is unmasked. In the movies, big “reveals” are usually in the third...
  • World's oldest dog dies in Japan at 26

     
    Pusuke -- a fluffy, tan Shiba mix -- made headlines in Japan when the pooch -- the world’s oldest dog, according to Guinness World Records -– died this week at the age of 26 years and 8 months....
  • Sundance Film Festival announces its drama, documentary premieres

     
    Sundance Film Festival is perhaps best known for its narrative and dramatic competitions, but the real business in Park City, Utah, is done around the Sundance Film Festival premieres — and none of the features announced Monday has a distribution...
  • Celebrity Solstice: Simply elegant aboard line's next big star

    Celebrity Solstice: Simply elegant aboard line's next big star
    Celebrity's new ship, Solstice, is as simple, and as sophisticated, as walking barefoot in the park. Literally. One of the hallmarks of the first in Celebrity's new series of ships is a broad carpet of genuine grass, developed over a half-dozen years...
  • FC Reviews: Nine

    FC Reviews: Nine
    Nine marshals all the tricks of filmmaking to transport you to a fabulous swinging 1960s Italy. Make no mistake, Nine is a musical. It is a dazzling Hollywood spectacle of a musical. Spending two and a half hours pondering a genius's mid-life crisis...
  • A blockbuster at Playhouse in Hollywood

    A blockbuster at Playhouse in Hollywood
    "You come to L.A., expect to see something new," sighs Gilbert Stafford. The night life icon and reigning doorman of highly anticipated new Hollywood mega-club Playhouse is discussing the club's opening night, which attracted such a large crowd that the...
  • 'Brooklyn's Finest'

    'Brooklyn's Finest'
    It echoes some other police sagas of recent years, but director Antoine Fuqua's ("Training Day") drama of several officers whose paths cross on the same crime investigation benefits from a strong cast. Richard Gere. Don Cheadle and Ethan Hawke play New...