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All The RageI used to imagine the game of polo was only for those with gilded wallets or those from a gilded era -- the players returning to their estates after a match, ancient family crests waving them home on flag posts;......
Company TownAt the bottom of a culvert beneath an underpass near the 405 in Culver City, a dead body is half submerged in the water, trapped in net that is catching garbage from the rushing water draining to the ocean. “There......
The Daily MirrorI don’t post much on the 1920s (so many stories, only one Larry Harnisch) but I stumbled across this feature page when looking for something else and found several interesting pieces. The first is a long interview with Joseph M.......
Ministry of GossipDennis Quaid finds parallels between the movie "Soul Surfer" and his own scare experience with twins Thomas and Zoe, who were given an accidental overdose of heparin as newborns. "Soul Surfer" is the story of surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost her arm in a...
Culture MonsterThe national tour of '9 to 5: The Musical' at Segerstrom Center for the Arts reviewed by Daryl H. Miller...
Culture MonsterBuried among the trends underpinning the Southern California theater scene in 2010 (i.e. the quality versus the timidity of works staged in the smaller houses; a resurgence of economically viable one-man/one-woman shows), there proved to be some...
Culture MonsterAs a character actor, writer and activist, Wallace Shawn defines sui generis. There's simply no one like him. His conflicted intelligence, always second-guessing his own positions and polemics, is a neurotic spectacle worth catching, which is why eggheads...
Brand XWith Valentine's Day just days away, hotels are romancing travelers' pocketbooks with champagne, chocolates, flowers and more. Hand over hundreds for a special package, and it's all yours. Who said money can't buy love? For Southern Californians with more...
Wine and Jazz evening for BTAC Lockheed Federal Credit Union is sponsoring "Cheers to BTAC," a fundraising evening of wine and jazz for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 4 at St. Francis Xavier, 3801 Scott Road, Burbank....
The 33 NewsWhere can you find all locally made goods, under one roof? The Funky Finds Experience will be in Fort Worth this weekend and you can find handcrafted items and more. There are lots of crafty people right here in DFW, but it's hard to find these hand...
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Pierre Cossette, the avuncular old-school talent agent, manager, music mogul and Broadway producer often called the father of the Grammy Awards telecast for persuading nervous TV executives to put "longhairs with high heels and makeup" on a live...
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