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The UCLA Film & Television Archive's Festival of Preservation turns its spotlight on the small screen with a tribute Saturday to the television work of an award-winning actress and a celebration March 23 of an acclaimed but short-lived ABC anthology...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticStealth wealth. Fashion gaming. Elsa Schiaparelli. Raf Simons. What else? Here's a list of stylish people, trends and ideas to pay attention to in 2012. Surrealism. Opening May 10, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute's exhibition...
FrameworkActress Marlene Dietrich, left, with Dr. Mario Ungara, Italian Consul, who was delegated to accept the Best Foreign Language award for "The Walls of Malapaga" at the 1951 Academy Awards....
When Susan Mary Alsop died in August 2004 at the age of 86, her death marked the end of a legendary era in Washington social and political life. The wife of columnist Joseph Alsop, she had a front-row seat in the theater of 20th century power players, was...
Downloading movies and watching them on a computer is not for George Figgs, who has spent the better part of three decades affording Baltimore cinephiles the chance to experience films the way God intended — in the dark, projected onto a bigger-...
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Jacques Barzun, a courtly French American scholar with a bracing knowledge of Western civilization who helped found the field of cultural history and in his 90s wrote the epic if improbable bestseller "From Dawn to Decadence," has died. He was 104....
Food? Art? History? It's all here in this slightly quirky city On that famous restaurant byway, Rue Merciere, servers were putting chairs on tabletops and sweeping up crumbs. I had arrived in this gourmand paradise far too late for dinner. Feeling...
Jan Sawka Poster artist and architect Jan Sawka, 65, a noted Polish American artist and architect whose designs included posters for theatrical productions and touring sets for the Grateful Dead, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack at his...
LA Times MagazineMysterious scents of noir fiction sure to liberate your own inner femme fatale...
Fireworks Show Somerset County’s Premier 4th of July Fireworks Show at 9:30 p.m. June 30 set off from the field behind the Somerset Senior High School. Rain date July 1. Meyersdale fireworks Meyersdale Parks and Recreation Independence Day...
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Hartford CourantJamilyn Manning-White, soprano, will star in the one-act opera "La Voix Humaine," in a co-production with Yale School of Drama abnd Yale Opera Thursday, May 17 and Saturday, May 19 at 7 p.m. at at the Iseman Theater, 1156 Chapel St., New Haven. The...
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24 Frames."I Vitelloni," a 1953 semi-autobiographical drama about five male friends living in a small Italian town, is considered one of the watershed moments in Fedrico Fellini's career. The film is screening Friday through Wednesday at the New Beverly Cinema...
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