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Tut, Tut … Just Another Entertainment Event?

It's all things Tut in L.A. this week. Read More »

Collapse by Jared Diamond

In "Collapse", Jared Diamond, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author examines the downfall of some of history's greatest civilizations. Read More »

Alexander and Jane Eliot: American Treasures

The American intellectuals Alexander and Jane Eliot should be recognized as living national treasures. Read More »

Kenro Izu: Sacred Places

Kenro Izu's pallidium prints are taken with a massive camera that seems to wrestle the sacred onto film. Read More »

Peter Schjeldahl on Beauty

When asked about the place of beauty in contemporary art, Peter Schjeldahl leaned forward and spoke from the heart. Read More »

Sculptor Robert Graham’s Nude Gift to Venice

A handful of Venice residents have filed appeals with the city of Los Angeles to block the gift of a nude sculpture by Robert Graham. Read More »

Private Screening of “A Day Without A Mexican” for Arnold Schwarzenegger?

Screen "A Day Without A Mexican". Remember Arnold; it's that other newly elected German-speaking guy who thinks he is infallible. Read More »

Picasso’s “Guernica” Remembered

The Basque city of Guernica was firebombed sixty-eight years ago today prompting Pablo Picasso's painting "Guernica" Read More »

Devils and Dust: Bruce Springsteen, Edward Hopper and American Light

Springsteen had to leave anthems behind when he tackled his vision of the American West in "Devil's and Dust". Read More »