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  • Monster Mash: State comes down on MOCA; Jeffrey Deitch's debut show; 'Glee's' Jonathan Groff heading to West End

     
    --Corrective measures: The California attorney general's office determined the Museum of Contemporary Art skirted state law for years en route to its 2008 financial crisis, and has ordered MOCA to hire a consultant to help improve its financial management. Boa
  • Album Review: Karen Dalton's '1966'

     
    When folk singer Karen Dalton died in 1993 at age 55, she left behind two classic but unknown records made in the late 1960s and early ’70s and featuring session players who’d done time with Miles Davis, Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin, among...

    Yulee RB Derrick Henry sets nation's top Nike SPARQ rating, bumping East Ridge LB Justin Horton

    Yulee RB Derrick Henry sets nation's top Nike SPARQ rating, bumping East Ridge LB Justin Horton
      Yulee High running back Derrick Henry is used to dominating opponents on the football field. The 5,263 rushing yards and 65 touchdowns he has accumulated during his freshman and sophomore seasons are proof of that. But now the junior-to-be is...

    Honoring Sergio Franchi, Showcasing Young Opera Talent

    Honoring Sergio Franchi, Showcasing Young Opera Talent
    Seventeen years ago, when Eva Franchi began annual concerts honoring her husband, the elegant Italian tenor Sergio Franchi, her grief after her husband's death from cancer in 1990 was still fresh. The last thing on her mind was a dress code. But when...

    Review: L.A. Opera's 'La Boheme' has young cast in old production

    Review: L.A. Opera's 'La Boheme' has young cast in old production
    "La Bohème" is back. So too is Los Angeles Opera's enduring 1993 Herb Ross production. Of course, Puccini's endearing Bohemians are never ones to worry about wearing out their universal welcome. And Ross' warmly cinematic staging, which gets trotted...