Dateline: Los Angeles County
Former theater critic for the LA Weekly and Los Angeles Times . For the last five years, an editing slave at a dot-com but recently laid off. Currently an under-employed freelance writer and artist.
Eight Belles and Barbaro are high profile deaths, but many more horses have died running the sport of kings?
Would you die to tell the world the truth? And if you did, could we find your murderer?
The future when we'd need to replace fossil fuels is now.
Michael Skolnik's documentary is a thought-provoking though flawed look at the world's last absolute monarch.
This beautiful, subtle movie tells how three young teens deal with their life and hardships in a small Turkish village.
With Jet Li and Ang Lee having major movie mojo, are we free from a manufactured image of the Chinese in Hollywood films?
A movie worth renting, before or after you read the book, to remind you of where we once were as a country.
Yung Chang's documentary is a slow boat to China, a China that doesn't exist, a China that will stop existing, and a China that will exist in the future.
This version movie of Moliere's play is grim and uninspired.
Ray Bradbury's own scripting and his theater company's production shows promise, but the master of sci-fi short stories isn't the master of the stage yet.