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  • L.A. Phil gets approval for slight increase in Hollywood Bowl tickets

     
    Ticket prices at the Hollywood Bowl are going to be slightly more expensive in the coming season. That's because the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved a measure to raise certain prices at the popular summer venue by......
  • Dispatch from Manhattan: Bernstein's opera 'A Quiet Place' makes its NY debut

     
    2010 is not the Leonard Bernstein centennial — that’s still eight years away — but you might think it was given how much the American conductor-composer’s music is being played this year. Much of this has been because of Gustavo......
  • Friends of Gloucester 40 top $12,000 mark in fund-raising effort

     
    The "Friends of the Forty" group that is collecting money to offset the legal expenses and sanctions against 40 Gloucester residents collected $2,208 from Saturday night's concert featuring the Tri-County Express. Throw in $250 collected prior to the...
  • Southern California freeway pollution: Is monitoring adequate?

     
    A federal appeals court was asked Thursday to decide what the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should do about noxious air pollution along some of Southern California's busiest highways. The case brought against the EPA by the Natural Resources...
  • L.A. Phil, Gustavo Dudamel, coming to a movie screen near you

     
    In a move that the Los Angeles Philharmonic hopes will boost its national "brand" recognition and raise the profile of classical music, the orchestra next year will transmit live performances of three of its concerts to more than 450 high-definition......
  • 'King's Speech' director Tom Hooper on Hollywood: No one says what they really mean

     
    I had lunch the other day with Tom Hooper, whose film, "The King's Speech," has been earning plaudits everywhere for its absorbing portrayal of King George VI's relationship with his cheeky speech therapist, who helps him overcome a lifelong stutter.........
  • Culture Watch: What's new in music, DVDs, books and magazines

     
    Book: “The Cruel Radiance: Photography and Political Violence,” Susie Linfield (University of Chicago Press). A smart, very readable dismantling of postmodern criticism’s confusion over the power of photojournalism. — Christopher Knight...
  • Prince William to marry: Why do we dote on the British royals?

     
    In election season, we always hear politicians complaining that we're not living up to the Founding Fathers' vision. Of course, some founders were slaveholders, so their vision fell well short of visionary. But I'm pretty sure the Founding Fathers would...
  • Vintage Hollywood Bowl photos hitting the auction block

     
    Nostalgia for Old Hollywood is a robust business. Most of it tends to center around the moviemaking industry but for native Angelenos, the emotions run deeper than that, touching on all aspects of the city's cultural and social landscape in......
  • Plaintiffs in Hicks lawsuit won't pay legal bills of subpoena target

     
    A year after voting to use taxpayer money to pay $350,000 of their legal bills, three Gloucester County supervisor and an ex-supervisor are fighting paying for a lawyer to represent one of 12 people issued subpoenas by the four plaintiffs.......
  • UCLA basketball: Head of officiating backs controversial call

     
    John Adams, the head of NCAA basketball officiating, told ESPN's Andy Katz that official Doug Simmons made the correct foul call on UCLA's Malcolm Lee with seven-tenths of a second left in the Bruins' 77-76 loss to No. 4 Kansas......