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Festival of Arts members were treated to a preview of the theme for the 2013 Pageant of the Masters at the annual meeting. Work began on the 80th anniversary of the pageant long before the 2012 season ended, but the theme was kept under wraps until...
The biggest changes afoot in this year's Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF), the 48th edition, are on the screen, yet they're not part of the programming. As the worldwide cinema industries push actual film — meaning celluloid — into...
When Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, on July 20, 1969, he uttered a phrase that has been carved in stone and quoted across the planet: "That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind." The grainy black-and-white...
Zoloft rape case: An article in the Oct. 27 LATExtra section about the death of a former Westminster police detective convicted of kidnapping and rape said that California law considers an alcohol-induced blackout voluntary intoxication, "which does...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Zoloft (drug), Barack Obama, YouTube, Eminem
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere's nothing like a good scare to get your heart pumping. And what better time to celebrate things that go bump in the night better than Halloween? In celebration of Halloween, I have put together a list of some of my favorites for the season. Some...
Countdown to Halloween: five days. I don't like wearing costumes, I'm not into haunted houses, candy corn is too sweet, and I prefer pumpkin pie to pumpkin carvings. But I do like horror movies — just not the kind with umpteen sequels. I saw...
Tags: Ceremonies, Ellen Burstyn, BBC, Colin Farrell, William Friedkin
One of the lesser-known delights of the New England Festival of Ibero-American Cinema taking place in New Haven is “Posters from an Island,” a month-long exhibit of Cuban movie posters on view at the New Haven Free Public Library through Oct....
Museum galas are reliably glitzy affairs, complete with A-list celebrities wearing red-carpet fashion -- all for a good cause, of course. This year, the Hammer Museum will boast the likes of Katy Perry, Armie Hammer, Steve Martin and MSNBC personality...
It was a concert that opened with an act of contrition and closed with a robed church choir paving the road to a celebration. In between there was fake blood, pretend guns, the return of the infamous conical bra, whiffs of sadomasochism and poison-...
Sandi Tan's past is teeming with ghosts. The Pasadena-based filmmaker-turned-novelist isn't a "seer" herself — she's a self-described scaredy-cat and doesn't particularly enjoy supernatural books and movies — but her childhood in Singapore...
email@example.comFriends who scare together, stay together. Or so it seems for director and editor Matt Matzen, along with his buddies and screenwriters Steve Shives and Rob Talbert, whose horror comedy “The Darkness and Tom Markos” will premiere at 8 p.m....
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