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Rock's original bad boys are marking their unlikely milestone with another greatest hits album, a new movie and a handful of live shows. And they're doing it their way. The Rolling Stones of yore were more likely to be caught dead than to be caught...
An eternal fountain of adolescence, Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" went through many permutations between its point of origin, 1948, and its point of notorious, divisive publication, 1957. The best description of it came from Kerouac himself, in a journal...
Nagisa Oshima, an iconoclastic Japanese director and screenwriter best known in the West for the sexually explicit films “In the Realm of the Senses” and “Empire of Passion,” died Tuesday at a hospital near Tokyo, his production...
Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK — As it gets ready to enter its 10th year, the Band of Outsiders brand has just about become the ultimate fashion insider. In June, founder and creative director Scott Sternberg presented his menswear collection in Paris for the first time...
“Weekend” is the last of the 15 features Jean-Luc Godard made in his first eight years as a director. (He made a similar number of shorts in the same period.) It was as though his brain was so intoxicated with the possibilities of cinema...
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Two of my greatest passions had a nasty scuffle recently in Huntington Beach. Animal rights won on the street, while artist rights scored a knockout in the media. At times like these, it smarts to be in the middle. For those who missed Chris Epting's...
Crossfire Hurricane Premieres Thurs., Nov. 15 at 9 p.m., on HBO, (also airs on Nov.18, 23 and 26) Sometimes the Rolling Stones seem less like an actual rock band and more like a cleverly concocted subject for exhaustive books, reissues, and music...
What Jean-Luc Godard is to film and Marcel Duchamp was to the visual arts, John Cage was to music -- a radical experimentalist who constantly sought to reinvent the art form. Boldly conceptual -- and to many, frustratingly impenetrable -- his pieces stand...
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John Cage's ideas have long inspired artists inside and outside the experimental music subculture. Besides new-music figures considered disciples or associates — Christian Wolff, Earle Brown, Morton Feldman and David Tudor, for example — he...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Paul McCartney, Artists, John Lennon, Music
Nicholas McCarthy found himself in the Santa Monica offices of Content Media, an independent movie company, sensing that his life had reached a crossroads. His 11-minute thriller had just played at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. He had...
LA Times MagazineRenaissance man Michael Boyd goes from collector to creator supreme with his new PLANEfurniture...
24 FramesWith Gary Oldman getting strong reviews and Oscar buzz for his performance as spy George Smiley in “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”, the Arclight in Hollywood is offering a six-film retrospective of the British actor’s career beginning...
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