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2014 Winter Olympics

2014 Winter Olympics
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  • Girl Power Rules In Hip, Funny 'Fairytale Lives' At Yale Rep

    Girl Power Rules In Hip, Funny 'Fairytale Lives' At Yale Rep
    The show: "The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls" at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven.
  • Russian Dissidents Display Olympic Resolve

    Amid the television extravaganza of the Sochi Olympics, I had a chance to visit last week with a Russian whistleblower named Sergey Kolesnikov. Back in 2010, he had revealed what he claimed was a network of corruption that included a billion-dollar palace...

     

     
     
     

    Olympics Test Russian Gay Rights Policies

    So who will be the Jesse Owens of the Sochi Winter Olympics? Who will be the brave athlete who shines in rebuttal to Russia's crackdown on anything determined to be "gay propaganda." Welcome to the new Cold War. For Owens, the nemesis was Hitler's...

    Emmy Nomination Scorecard by Series and Network

    News Coverage on Chinatown (Los Angeles, California) - CTNow
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    • A talk with Bonnie Tsui, writer of 'American Chinatown'

      A talk with Bonnie Tsui, writer of 'American Chinatown'
      Beyond their kitschy, noisy facades, American Chinatowns are more than a place to find a counterfeit Kate Spade bag, cheap dim sum and tacky souvenirs. For hundreds of thousands of people, Chinatown is home. In "American Chinatown: A People's History...
    • Planted in the San Joaquin

      Planted in the San Joaquin
      In October 2002, a trim, white-haired poet named Don Thompson sat down in a farmhouse in the San Joaquin Valley and wrote a poem called "Turning Sixty." In it, he compared his birthday to the climb of "a few degrees on the thermometer" that "add up to the...
    • 'Smoke,' an exhibit of works by Gary Simmons, at Margo Leavin Gallery

      'Smoke,' an exhibit of works by Gary Simmons, at Margo Leavin Gallery
      Gary Simmons is adept at traversing intersections of art and popular culture in ways that pry open otherwise overlooked meanings. His five new paintings and four drawings at the Margo Leavin Gallery continue this long-standing practice. They also deftly...
    • Him Mark Lai dies at 83; scholar was called dean of Chinese American studies

      Him Mark Lai dies at 83; scholar was called dean of Chinese American studies
      Him Mark Lai, an engineer by training and historian by avocation whose groundbreaking scholarship and treasure trove of archival documents guided generations of scholars to study the daily lives and struggles of Chinese Americans, died May 21 in San...
    • Irvin R. Lai dies at 83; Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles

      Irvin R. Lai dies at 83; Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles
      Irvin R. Lai, a revered Chinese American community leader in Los Angeles best known for his efforts to save the roast duck in Chinatown and to ensure the proper handling of burial remains exposed during the Metro Gold Line extension, has died. He was 83....
    • 'Skid Row History Museum'

      'Skid Row History Museum'
      TALKING WITH John Malpede, co-curator of a new show at Chinatown's Box Gallery, about the complex contours of life on skid row, you might start to wonder: Is the work meant to be more educational or aesthetic? Malpede isn't saying. "It's our job as...
    • Courtyard home in L.A.'s Chinatown

      Courtyard home in L.A.'s Chinatown
      As architects with more than a passing interest in urban planning, Ali Jeevanjee and Poonam Sharma were thrilled to move to Chinatown, where the mix of residential and retail development in close proximity to public transit makes for a vibrant,...
    • What's hot today? DailyCandy in Los Angeles

      What's hot today? DailyCandy in Los Angeles
      IF YOU'RE one of DailyCandy's 2.5 million subscribers, you already know the online newsletter with its sly signature illustrations and chirpy, conspiratorial tone. Each piece reads like a whisper in the ear from a giddy chum who's always in the know --...
    • Downtown designs

      Among the design destinations that have migrated to downtown Los Angeles:The Dock: Discount outlet for home furnishings and accessories is open Tuesday through Sunday at 1481 E. 4th St. (323) 446-0281, www.thedockdowntown.com. Flux: The Chinatown...
    • Recipe: Sour fish soup with tamarind

      Recipe: Sour fish soup with tamarind
      Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 Note: Adapted from "Into the Vietnamese Kitchen" by Andrea Nguyen. See the accompanying recipe for tamarind liquid. You also can use canned "fresh tamarind concentrate" (use the same amount as of tamarind liquid)....
    • Recipe: Salmon skewers with tamarind sauce

      Recipe: Salmon skewers with tamarind sauce
      Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Servings: 6 to 8 Note: Adapted from "The Soul of a New Cuisine: A Discovery of the Foods and Flavors of Africa" by Marcus Samuelsson. See the accompanying recipe for tamarind liquid. Or you can use canned "fresh tamarind...