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Theater Review: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin turn up the marital heat and hate at the Ahmanson in downtown Los Angeles. Read More »

Healthy Brunch: Granola the California School of Culinary Arts Way

A consumer education course at the California School of Culinary Arts provides tips for making a healthy brunch. Read More »

Theater Review: 13 at LA’s Mark Taper Forum

That unlucky number becomes a squeaky clean musical, but is it for younger kids or adults? Read More »

Dreams for America Now: Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Though he spoke about the condition of America, we should consider how his words apply to the world as technology makes the world grow smaller. Read More »

Broadway-Bound Musicals – Curtains and Sister Act: The Musical

Reality isn't what one expects. Read More »

I Feel Pretty: Judging Women by Their Appearance

Half a century after those songs were penned, if you're a girl, you still should feel pretty. Otherwise, you'll be a fat slob... Read More »

Theater Review: The America Play is a Strange Slice of Americana

Pulitzer winner Suzan-Lori Parks' play is a journey through the consciousness of African American history. Read More »

Theater Review: Doubt and Grace Raise Questions About Religious Faith

Faith and courage to find God in daily life with love and sex are hot topics and given different treatments in two plays in L.A. Read More »

Theater Review: Ray Bradbury’s Autumn People Has A Thoughtful Halloween

Ray Bradbury's Autumn People is a slight commentary on people in an old-fashioned science fiction framwork. Read More »

Geezers and Grandmas and Basic Biology

Father Time ticks for both men and women. We all have to listen to our biological clocks. Read More »