10 December 2017

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s narrative ballet The Nutcracker, based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s children’s story about magical mice, sugarplum fairies, toy soldiers and dolls that come to life, is a perennial holiday favorite. The Miami...

05 December 2017

Writer/director Alexandra Dean’s nonfiction Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story is a 90 minute slice of cinema history - and much more - about an enigmatic screen star who was also a behind-the-scenes inventor. Like 2015’s...

05 December 2017

Daniel Ellsberg’s new book is The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner. I’ve known the author for years, I’m prouder than ever to say. We have done speaking events and media interviews together. We’ve been...

27 November 2017

Suddenly Staughton Lynd is all the rage. Again. In the last several years, Lynd has published a number of new books as well as new editions of classics such as Rank and File, plus a memoir co-authored with his wife Alice. In addition,...

25 November 2017

The game is afoot yet again, as Theatre 40 brings beloved Sherlock Holmes (stage and screen actor Martin Thompson, who has carved a niche out for himself depicting the detective) back, this time onto the stage, with a revival of Katie...

23 November 2017

The star-studded AFI FEST 2017, one of L.A.’s top annual film festivals, highlighted racism this year,with features and documentaries about African Americans, Native Americans, Australian Aborigines, etc. The film fete’s director,...

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