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Movie Review: Around a Small Mountain – A Whimsical Trifle About Lost Loves and Hermits

With Jacques Rivette's Around a Small Mountain, some of the poetry is lost with the name change. Read More »

Movie Review: The Art of the Steal

How to steal from a small college to make your city richer: What happened to probate law in Philadelphia is what The Art of the Steal is about. Read More »

Movie Review: Take a Plunge Into The Beaches of Agnes

Agnes Varda offers up a memoir to inspire people of all ages. Read More »

Pacific Asia Museum’s Exhibit The Samurai Re-Imagined is a Limited View

For those interested in Japan, manga or anime and samurai, this exhibit is simplistic at best and misleading at worst. For those interested in Japan, manga or anime and samurai, this exhibit is simplistic at best and misleading at worst. Read More »

Movie Review: A Lifeless Lifelines

This family-break up, coming out of the closet movie doesn't break any new ground. Read More »

Movie Review: The Meaning of Artistic Genius In a Dream

Although it lacks critical perspective, this movie can inspire us to envision what one person can do to help a city or community be reborn. Read More »

Movie Review: Ballerina: A Portrait of Five Exceptional Russian Ballerinas

...shows how different interpretations of grace and beauty of movement stemming from the same disciplined tradition can polish individuality. Read More »

Movie Review: Kuras Shows The Betrayal of Culture and Time

Unplanned, but ultimately devastating, Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasavath consider The Betrayal of immigrant dreams. Read More »

Book Review: A New and Native Beauty – The Art and Craft of Greene & Greene edited by Edward R. Bosley and Anne E. Mallek

An ambitious tribute to the "formulators of a new and native architecture" who strongly influenced California's architectural heritage and the American Arts and Crafts movement. Read More »

Concert Review: The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles – It’s a Fabulous Life: Holiday Songs in the Key of Life

The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles celebrate the holidays with songs, stories, and dance. Read More »