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The Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival kicks off Friday evening at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres at Hollywood & Highland with a double bill of John Carpenter's 1988 "They Live" and his classic 1978 horror film, "Halloween. Carpenter will appear...
The Hartford CourantAllegra di Bonaventura, assistant dean at the graduate school of Arts & Sciences at Yale University, wanted to write a book about the history of the early American family. She hit the jackpot when she was told about the diary of Joshua Hempstead, a...
Local history has long been a part of the Newport Beach Public Library's collections. Now, in addition to books, periodicals and documentary films, the library is adding an online resource: "Kids These Days: Growing up in Newport Beach," accessible at...
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It was the first week of my first job, and one of my co-workers was showing me around the building. My boss was the nicest guy ever, my new co-worker told me, and the books he edited — literary fiction, music-related nonfiction — were...
Lyrical dance pieces incorporating performers in wheelchairs, a one-man show promising "funny stories about cancer" and the Lookingglass Theatre's world premiere adaptation of "Still Alice," a New York Times best-selling novel about a college professor...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesThe new trailer for “Ender's Game” received a prominent rollout online Tuesday afternoon, with director Gavin Hood (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine”), […]...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe first event for Martinsburg Heritage Day on Saturday morning will include a presentation about the nation’s founding fathers and their faith. Author Timothy Ballard, who has written religious history books about the nation’s founding and...
After kicking off a screening of the cult classic "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" from 2001, the second annual LGBT Film Series at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas at SteelStacks gets down to the business of showcasing the best in current gay cinema. The...
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Ludwig van Beethoven was forever pushing boundaries, and the annual Chicago festival that bears the composer's name continues to do the same, even more so than in the past. “Beethoven Festival: LOVE 2013,” as the third edition is titled,...
Less than a year after “The Great Gatsby” was published in 1925, F. Scott Fitzgerald was paid $16,666 for the film rights. “Come and see it all!” beckons the trailer for the silent film. “And enjoy the entertainment thrill of...
Depending on your point of view, the enduring topicality of Frank McGuinness’ 1992 Middle East hostage drama, “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me,” can be seen as a testament to either the play’s thematic depth or to the...
Ray Harryhausen, the stop-motion animation legend whose work on "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms," "Jason and the Argonauts" and other science fiction and fantasy film classics made him a cult figure who inspired later generations of filmmakers and special-...
Tags: Physiology, Artists, Movies, Entertainment, Fantasia (movie)
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