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  • 'Mad Men' recap: The Valentine's Day massacre

    'Mad Men' recap: The Valentine's Day massacre
    “Mad Men” is almost always more successful when it approaches Important Social Issues obliquely rather than head-on. Last year’s “The Flood” was widely panned for its awkward and heavy-handed depiction of Martin Luther’...
  • From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge

    From Matjames Metson's cluttered studio, objets d'art emerge
    Matjames Metson's Silver Lake studio is in a 1930s Art Deco duplex perched atop a steep flight of aging, concrete stairs overlooking a cul-de-sac, which overlooks a hillside, which overlooks a bustling intersection that, from above, appears to be...
  • College runners take the latest in shoe technology out for a spin

    College runners take the latest in shoe technology out for a spin
    Can your footwear speed you up? We gave four new running shoes, each touting an impressive design technology, to four college runners. One shoe was super-flexible, one super-bouncy, another super-flat and another super-light. The verdict: Set your...
  • New YMCA classes help people with balance

    New YMCA classes help people with balance
    Every year, one out of every three people over age 65 experiences a fall. Five years ago, that scary statistic was a reality for La Caņada resident Dianne Osburn. A self-proclaimed klutz, Osburn often tripped and fell, facing injuries and a loss of...
  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'Rich in goods but ragged in spirit'

    'Mad Men' recap: 'Rich in goods but ragged in spirit'
    If “Mad Men” is a story of the ‘60s told from the perspective of those who “lost” the decade, then it’s perfectly apt that the key line in the premiere of the show’s final season comes from Richard Nixon, the...
  • Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know

    Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know
    Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival returns to Fort Lauderdale beach this weekend for a second year of showing off country music’s biggest names, including Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert and Hank Williams Jr. The...
  • Are good vibrations in store as cinemas amp up film experience?

     Are good vibrations in store as cinemas amp up film experience?
    In front of me, the movie screen starts at the floor and rises so high it's like seeing "Divergent" on the side of a building. At the moment warrior princess Tris, played by a fierce Shailene Woodley, is about to jump onto a speeding train. I can feel the...
  • Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video

    Miami Dolphins cheerleaders unveil 'Fantasy' music video
    The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders have unveiled their latest video with a mix by DJ Earworm, featuring Mariah Carey’s "Fantasy," the Spice Girls' "Wannabe," The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" and Calvin Harris' "Summer." The video was shot while on...
  • Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival

    Quincy Jones tunes up for TCM Classic Film Festival
    Quincy Jones knew even at a young age that he wanted to compose film scores. "I used to go to movies for 11 cents," Jones said at his mansion nestled in the Bel-Air hills. "I used to play hooky in Seattle every day. I could tell if a movie was scored at...
  • Review: 'Your Inner Fish' on PBS imparts smart human anatomy lesson

    Ever since Charles Darwin made his way to the Galapagos, we've heard a lot about that fateful moment when some previously water-bound creature pulled itself up from the slowly receding seas, took a breath and began the eons-long march to humanity....
  • Neil Shubin tells the story of us in 'Your Inner Fish'

    Neil Shubin tells the story of us in 'Your Inner Fish'
    Moving downward from the shoulder, the arms of Neil Shubin, fish paleontologist, are built like this: one bone, two bones, lots of bones, digits. The same is true for a bird's wing, a leopard's forward leg and the front fins of Tiktaalik, the ancient...