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Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesUnforgettably disturbing images populate “BioShock Infinite,” the most anticipated first-person shooter game of 2013. In the game, set largely in ......
Our Town CorrespondentThe Johnstown Symphony Orchestra is hosting a “South and West of Broadway” concert featuring Carrie Tillis on April 6. The concert, which is being held at the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center on the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown...
Tags: Entertainment, Culture, Music, Arts and Culture, Concerts
Amanda Seyfried was mistaken for her troubled "Mean Girls" costar Lindsay Lohan at a New Jersey airport. "I just got mistaken for a Ms. Lohan at Newark Airport," Seyfried tweeted Thursday. Don't most celeb-types look alike when they're traveling...
New releases ruled the sales market, with "The Hobbit," "Les Miserables" and "Zero Dark Thirty" knocking last week's "Rise of the Guardians" off its roost. But holdover “Argo” claimed top spot on the rental chart. Here are the top-selling...
Last week was challenging for a guy like me. It was the culmination of Fine Arts Week at La Caņada High. My wife, Kaitzer, detailed an operational plan that rivaled Napoleon’s when he invaded Russia. I was given a cumbersome list of picks-ups and...
Tags: China, Teaching and Learning, Arab Spring, Education, Teachers
Hugo Chavez is already having a very busy afterlife. The charismatic and controversial president of Venezuela died March 5. Not long afterward, one joke goes, he showed up in heaven and persuaded St. Peter to choose a Latin American as the next pope....
Tags: Victor Hugo, Government, Pat Boone, Barack Obama, Politics
Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president who died Tuesday, was an avid reader. "Read, read, read, read," he said in a speech in 2009. "That should be our slogan every day." It turns out that his political position might be attributed (at least in part) to...
Tags: Victor Hugo, Barack Obama, United Nations, BBC, Anne Hathaway
The new touring production of "Les Miserables," which was a huge hit in Chicago this fall, is headed back to Broadway, producer Cameron Mackintosh announced Tuesday. This will be the third Broadway stand for the famous warbling waif. The show will...
Losers, also-rans, the 99% and underachievers may have reason to cheer. Winning an Emmy, a presidential election or a spot in the baseball Hall of Fame does not mean you live longer and better, according to a new study. Researchers at Columbia...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, Baseball, White House
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Oz the Great and the Powerful" clicked with moviegoers. Disney's 3-D prequel to the classic L. Frank Baum tale "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" debuted in first place and earned $80.3 million at the weekend box office in the U.S....
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Las Vegas is celebrating its first birthday and is looking ahead with a schedule of diverse productions. The center, which opened March 10, 2012, hosted more than 450 performances during its first...
Tags: Olympia Dukakis, Radio, Entertainment, NPR, Ira Glass
Daily American Staff WriterRebecca Anne Katz is at her best when she’s in the pits. The accomplished multi-instrumentalist can sing, bang on the drums and slap the bass — her favorite, however, is playing upright bass in the orchestra pit. “Orchestras are really...
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