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  • The Valley Line: Descanso's summer jazz series winds down; Michael Feinstein conducts Pasadena Pops Orchestra

    The Valley Line: Descanso's summer jazz series winds down; Michael Feinstein conducts Pasadena Pops Orchestra
    This past week our hills (the San Gabriel Mountains) have been alive with music. It has been a beautiful musicscape, I might add. Last Thursday, jazz artist Louie Beltran had the crowd clapping, singing and dancing at Descanso Gardens' Music on the Main...
  • Readers respond after 'Boyhood' fails to impress critic Kenneth Turan

     Readers respond after 'Boyhood' fails to impress critic Kenneth Turan
    Finally a serious critic has the courage to say "the king has no clothes" or at least a very limited wardrobe ["A Gang of One Unmoved By 'Boy" by Kenneth Turan, Aug. 3]. When I left the movie, I felt like I had sat through an overlong, disjointed, at...
  • Sharen Davis' Costumes Spiff 'Up' James Brown Biopic

    When it comes to recreating the world of iconic '60/'70s chart toppers, Sharen Davis has become the go-to guru of sartorial splendor, especially when it comes to outfits that pop on stage. For "Dreamgirls," the musical inspired by the mercurial rise of...
  • Michael Apted Turns to Crowdfunding for 'Married in America 3′

    Michael Apted is launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for the third installment of his "Married in America" series. "Married in America" chronicled the journeys of nine diverse couples wed in 2001 -- using a format similar to Apted's "7 Up"...
  • Sundance 2014: Richard Linklater to debut ambitious 'Boyhood'

    Sundance 2014: Richard Linklater to debut ambitious 'Boyhood'
    The independent-film world is known for its sprawling, epic projects -- Michael Apted’s "Up" series, or the entire editing session of “The Tree of Life.” That’s the spirit Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” seeks to...
  • Your (non-Seacrest) TV options for NYE

    Your (non-Seacrest) TV options for NYE
    So you've decided to stay home for New Year's Eve. No big deal. I've been there. You're not feeling the parties, the fireworks, the hoopla. And you're maybe still recovering from Christmas. We're here for you. Get those pajamas ready and stay away from...
  • Couple married 61 years get 'Up'-inspired anniversary photos

    Couple married 61 years get 'Up'-inspired anniversary photos
    Donald and Dorothy Lutz were married more than 60 years ago, but they had only one snapshot to show for it. That's because their wedding photographer stood them up on their big day. So when the Boston-area couple celebrated their 61st anniversary, a...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Boyhood'

    Everything and nothing happens over the course of Richard Linklater's "Boyhood." Filmed in sequence across 12 years, this unprecedented experiment in long-term storytelling attempts to capture child actor Ellar Coltrane's coming-of-age on camera, while...
  • Ed Catmull's 'Creativity, Inc.' is a thoughtful look at Pixar

    Animation giant Pixar uses technology only as a means to an end; its films are rooted in human concerns, not computer wizardry. The same can be said of the new book "Creativity, Inc.," Ed Catmull's endearingly thoughtful explanation of how the studio he...
  • Helmer Jeunet Slams Hollywood's Approach to 3D at London Creative Summit

    French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Jeunet pulled no punches at the 2014 3D Creative Summit in London March 12 as he criticized Hollywood's approach to 3D and bemoaned poor-quality exhibition. "I think Hollywood is killing 3D," Jeunet told the assembled...
  • Ed Asner parts with a character-filled house in Studio City

    Ed Asner parts with a character-filled house in Studio City
    If just the mention of the name Ed Asner puts the theme song from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in your head, then the actor's longtime Studio City house will probably bring to mind his trademark character: lovable, flawed, curmudgeonly, fatherly editor Lou...