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  • Drawn and Quarteted: Artists Find a 'Landing Place' in T.S. Eliot's Poetry

    When T.S. Eliot was completing his cycle of poems called The Four Quartets in 1942, German bombs were falling near where he worked in London. Given the setting and his own often inscrutable intellectualism, this work — six years in the making...
  • Ringling Bros.' 'Dragons' is one of circus' best

    Ringling Bros.' 'Dragons' is one of circus' best
    Ever since David Carradine played a warrior monk on the run in that 1970s TV classic "Kung Fu," the Shaolin Warriors of the Henan province in China have been the public face of qigong, that uber-disciplined form of exercise that makes the rest of us...
  • Review: Wong Kar-wai's 'The Grandmaster' has great martial arts style

    "The Grandmaster" is like a meal of all desserts, with maybe the tiniest bit of protein thrown in. You'll feel decadent enjoying it, but everything is so tasty, it would be foolish to object. An exercise in pure cinematic style filled with the most...
  • In Theory: Jesus, the ultimate fighting champion

    Q. A growing number of evangelical churches are embracing Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) as a way of attracting and converting young men. Pastors of these churches say that they're using MMA not only to toughen up the message of Christ, but also to combat their...
  • Martial arts arrive in media city

    Martial arts arrive in media city
    Burbank now boasts a martial arts museum that city officials say will diversify the city’s entertainment attractions. The Martial Arts History Museum, founded by President Michael Matsuda in 2007 in Santa Clarita, has relocated to Burbank, and it...
  • ‘Kung Fu’ movie may have its director

     
    Bill Paxton should have been able to move straight into a directing career after his first two films — “Frailty” and “The Greatest Game Ever Played.” Very good movies, well-acted, shot and edited, I could easily see him as...
  • Ricky Williams to walk the earth like Caine in 'Kung Fu?'

     
    Ricky Williams has been sounding a lot like Jules Winnfield lately. You know, Samuel L. Jackson's character in "Pulp Fiction" who makes a sudden decision to leave the criminal life. Jules' plan? To "walk the earth ... like Caine in 'Kung Fu.'"...
  • Thursday’s Highlights: 'The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet' on Lifetime

     
    Thursday’s Highlights: 'The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet' on Lifetime...
  • Hundreds Attend L.A. Funeral for David Carradine

    Hundreds Attend L.A. Funeral for David Carradine
    LOS ANGELES -- Hundreds of people, including friends, family and former co-stars, attended a funeral service for actor David Carradine Saturday. The service was held indoors at the Hall of Liberty at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills, the cemetery adjacent...
  • 'Kill Bill' star David Carradine found dead in Thal capital Bangkok

    'Kill Bill' star David Carradine found dead in Thal capital Bangkok
    BANGKOK (AP) — Actor David Carradine, star of the 1970s TV series "Kung Fu" who also had a wide-ranging career in the movies, has been found dead in the Thai capital, Bangkok. A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy, Michael Turner, confirmed the death of...
  • Bizarre Theory Revealed in Death of 'Kill Bill' Star David Carradine

    Bizarre Theory Revealed in Death of 'Kill Bill' Star David Carradine
    BANGKOK, THAILAND ( WPIX) - More information is being released about the death of actor David Carradine, best known for the 1970s TV series "Kung Fu." On Thursday, Carradine's body was found in a hotel room closet in Bangkok. He was naked, and a rope...