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  • Remembering Maurice Sendak through his Stephen Colbert interview

     
    Maurice Sendak died on Tuesday at age 83. One of Maurice Sendak's most memorable final interviews was with Stephen Colbert on "The Colbert Report."...
  • Maurice Sendak, ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ author, dies

     
    Maurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator, has died from complications from a stroke. The 83-year-old was best known for ‘Where the Wild Things Are,' a book whose pictures and story captivated my kids — and countless others....
  • Mulberry throws a monster pool party for Coachella

     
    British brand Mulberry hosted a pool party at the Parker Palm Springs on Saturday during the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Among the notable names in attendance were actress Lily Collins, "Mad Men" costume designer Janie...
  • Reading 'Howl' at 'Howl'

     
    By the time they got to the Holy-Holy-Holy part, the 50 poets and fans who'd assembled for a group reading of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" had worked up lots of momentum. Voices raised together, arms thrust in the air, people stamped.......
  • 'Animal Kingdom' and 'Mother and Child' are first DVD screeners of Oscar season

     
    Being first out of the gate often matters a lot in the Oscar derby. "Frozen River" and "Little Miss Sunshine" reaped top nominations in 2008 and 2006, respectively, after being the first DVDs shipped to academy members. This year, that distinction goes to...
  • Karen O dumbs down and goes country for the 'Jackass 3D' soundtrack

     
    Thanks to the song’s use in the opening credits of “Jackass,” the jangly four-note guitar intro to the Minutemen’s 1984 “Corona” has become inextricably linked in the public imagination with joke stunts, toilet humor and dangerous tomfoolery....
  • Judd Apatow has a funny way of raising money for 826LA

     
    When Judd Apatow was a little boy, he played with everyone, all the kids in the sandbox -- he was good that way. How does the Ministry know this? His grandmother told us. We rubbed elbows with Gram, who was......
  • Maurice Sendak's new book 'Bumble-Ardy'

     
    Maurice Sendak will publish a new book titled "Bumble-Ardy" this fall....
  • Peep Art: A conversation with the Princess of Peeps

     
    Springtime is Peeps time. For some people that means gobbling up the squishy sugar birds and bunnies that pop up in the supermarkets each Easter. For others, it’s become a tradition to submit Peep dioramas, paintings and sculptures to the......
  • Internet privacy: Lawmakers offer new proposals allowing consumers to stop online tracking

     
    The push for new laws to protect online privacy -- particularly the ability of websites to track people's movements across the Internet -- gained momentum Friday as key lawmakers said they would propose new legislation. Senate Commerce Committee...
  • School named for Sandra Cisneros to open in Echo Park

     
    Lots of presidents and neighborhoods lend their names to schools in Los Angeles, but authors, not so much....