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  • Monster Mash: Matthew Fox to star in Neil LaBute play in London; LACMA halts further construction

     
    Starring role: As reported in Culture Monster after the Emmy awards in August, Matthew Fox, formerly of the hit series "Lost," will star in the London production of Neil LaBute's "In a Forest, Dark and Deep." Olivia Williams ("The Ghost......
  • Become a fictional character for free speech

     
    Bestselling mystery writer Thomas Perry is just one of the dozens of authors who will name characters in their books after you -- if you are the highest bidder, that is. It's all to support the First Amendment Project, a......
  • Theater review: 'Chinese Coffee' at the Flight Theatre

     
    "And what if I never spoke to you again?" That question at the climax of "Chinese Coffee" has reverberations that won't register in print. Not surprising, since Ira Lewis' 1992 comedy, now receiving its Los Angeles premiere at the Flight......
  • Hard rain due Thursday; Flood Watch posted

     
    Today looks fine, with sunshine and highs near 50 degrees. And the weekend looks great, with more sunshine and highs in the 50s beginning on Friday. But in between, like the great Greenwich Village forecaster Bob Dylan said, it's a hard......
  • TV This Week for April 24 - 30

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 24 - 30 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 24 - 30 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson: the music not the myth

     
    Photos: Robert Johnson, blues legend Time tends to reduce great artistry to caricature. Bob Dylan -- wasn’t he a protest singer? The voice of a generation? The guy who provided the soundtrack for world peace and civil rights by writing......
  • 2011 James Beard Award winners announced

     
    Winners were announced last night, Monday, May 9, 2011, at the annual 2011 James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the food and beverage industries. During a ceremony hosted by Tom...
  • Chicago’s rainbow connection: Pride by the numbers

     
    If Halloween is the gay Christmas and the Oscars are the gay Super Bowl, as some people say, then the Chicago Pride Parade is the granddaddy of all high holidays....
  • ‘Slacker’ — 20 years later

     
    Some years back, Kevin Smith and I stopped an interview cold and tried to work out if we were at the exact same screening of Richard Linklater's groundbreaking “Slacker” at the Angelicka Film Center in Greenwich Village. I'd been on my first...
  • Nathan Lane to make his Eugene O'Neill debut in Chicago

     
    Nthan Lane and Brian Dennehy will star in a production of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh" at Chicago's Goodman Theater....
  • Talking with Tim Robbins: Actor goes from 'Dead Man Walking' to singing live

     
    Tim Robbins openly says he admires the music of Bob Dylan, but don’t expect to find his debut album as a singer-songwriter mining the dissolution of his relationship with actress Susan Sarandon, a la Dylan’s “Blood on the Tracks.”...