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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes

    Theater troupe takes on Jewish female stereotypes
    Ronda Spinak squeezed more folding chairs into a Brentwood living room, which that afternoon had been transformed, with much shuffling of couches and tables, into a temporary theater. Moving around the space, she listened for echoes and background...
  • Lions Gate CEO Jon Feltheimer compensation jumps to $63.6 million

    Lions Gate CEO Jon Feltheimer compensation jumps to $63.6 million
    Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Chief Executive Jon Feltheimer’s compensation soared to $63.6 million last year -- making him one of the highest paid executives in America. The amount represented a 406% increase over Feltheimer's $12.6 million in...
  • From Katz's to Zak's: Deli duel almost done

    The "Katz's Deli" sign was still up on Monday, and so was the Katz's of Deerfield Beach website. "I'm supposed to have it changed by now," said Charles Re, co-owner of the Deerfield Beach delicatessen that got into a dust-up with the legendary Katz's...
  • Premiere of WGN America's 'Manhattan' draws in 1.8 million viewers

    Premiere of WGN America's 'Manhattan' draws in 1.8 million viewers
    The series premiere of WGN America's second original drama, "Manhattan," drew 1.8 million viewers Sunday night across the network and on Tribune’s 14 metered market local stations. Set in a top-secret lab in Los Alamos, "Manhattan" is a...
  • FILM

    FILM
    “Child of God”: What can top a screening of this James Franco-directed adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s blistering 1973 novel of the same name? Answer: more James Franco. The actor will be seen in a live Skype Q and A following a 7 p.m....
  • Sunset unfolds its first L.A.-area Idea House in Manhattan Beach

    Sunset unfolds its first L.A.-area Idea House in Manhattan Beach
    Sunset magazine is opening the doors Friday on its first Los Angeles-area Idea House, a 4,500-square-foot, four-bedroom and 5 1/2-bathroom contemporary residence in Manhattan Beach, described as "the ultimate modern beach home." "We wanted a new angle...
  • The Biblioracle: The struggle over Knausgaard

    The Biblioracle: The struggle over Knausgaard
    It's time to talk about Knausgaard. No, Knausgaard isn't some new upholstery protectant they try to sell you at the deluxe car wash. Knausgaard is Karl Ove Knausgaard, a Norwegian writer who has become famous for his 3,600-page, six-volume...
  • Underground Gallery Is New Art Gallery In Collinsville

    Underground Gallery Is New Art Gallery In Collinsville
    COLLINSVILLE — Tucked under a kitchen store on Main Street is the town's newest art gallery: The Underground Gallery. The fine art gallery opened July 11 as a space for local artists to showcase their work, said the gallery's owner, Tom Kutz....
  • Review: 'Bird Dream' by Matt Higgins

    Review: 'Bird Dream' by Matt Higgins
    When he was 18 months old, Jeb Corliss slipped free of a swim instructor and plunged off a dive platform into deep water. Most infants would flounder, but he swam to the side of the pool for another jump. This was just the beginning; his childhood...
  • L.A. theater openings, July 27-Aug. 3: 'Taming of the Shrew' and more

    L.A. theater openings, July 27-Aug. 3: 'Taming of the Shrew' and more
    Independent Shakespeare Co. is livin' la dolce vita with its new staging of "The Taming of the Shrew" in Griffith Park. Plus, Neil Simon's “Broadway Bound” is bound for the Odyssey Theare in a new revival directed by Jason Alexander, and an...
  • Ji Yoon in as Acadia pastry chef; Thomas Raquel NYC-bound

    Ji Yoon in as Acadia pastry chef; Thomas Raquel NYC-bound
    Two concurrent noteworthy items from the world of Chicago pastry chefs: First comes news that Thomas Raquel is departing South Loop’s Acadia for New York. He will be taking over as executive pastry chef at Le Bernardin, the renowned seafood-...