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Theater Review (LA): The Joy Luck Club

If you haven't read the novel or seen the movie, Amy Tan's bestseller is now a stage production. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Rainmaker

During these dark economic days, we all probably need a dose of hope to weather whatever comes next. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Spring Awakening

Like Disney's "High School Musical" series, this Tony-award winner proved that musicals can attract a new, young audience. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Lady with All the Answers

Though entertaining, this play leaves many questions unanswered about Ann Landers, the lady with all the answers. Read More »

Movie Review: A Limited Look at The Universe of Keith Haring

Director Christina Clausen's 90-minute 2008 documentary is filled with love but not enough objectivity. Read More »

Movie Review: Gems from the Eighth Hungarian Film Festival (LA)

Hungary is producing some wonderful movies well-worth seeing. In Hungarian with English subtitles. Read More »

Movie Review: The Tree of Life

This documentary might convince you to trace your roots, but otherwise has very little to say. Read More »

Movie Review: Breakfast with Scot Is a Little Syrupy, But Satisfying

This gay-themed film has warm, appealing performances and a sweet lesson. Read More »

My Yahoo! Years, Part 5: Branding Faux Pas or Branded as Moral Pygmies

Yahoo! lives up to its name and that isn't a good thing in the land of branding. Read More »

My Yahoo! Years, Part 4: Racehorses Run to Death

All for Yahoo!, but Yahoo! for Yahoo!. How Yahoo! gave purple a bad name. Read More »