David Cotner

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  • 14 days ago

    It’s hard to imagine anything that instills a sense of personal power as much as having a missing limb restored. And Mick Ebeling know about that. The inventor of the EyeWriter — a device for the paralyzed by which eye movements are translated int...

  • 16 days ago

    While most people in California might settle for a shorter commute or fewer street hassles, headier minds at Zócalo Public Square present “What Is the California Dream Now?” Instead of poring over California’s past glories and raising the spirit o...

  • 24 days ago

    The Contenders screening series of Oscar-worthy cinema continues with The Imitation Game. It’s the sad-but-true story of Cambridge mathematician Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), who broke the previously impervious Nazi Enigma encryption ...

  • 25 days ago

    Much like licking the last of the gravy off a Thanksgiving plate, today is your last chance to taste the power and the glory that is the Turkey Platter Museum. A traveling cavalcade of the distinctly American art form of turkey-platter decoration,...

  • 25 days ago

    Andell Family Sundays rides again with Art of the Samurai — a chance to take your little shogun assassins to experience LACMA’s groundbreaking installation “Art of the Samurai: Swords, Paintings, Prints and Textiles.” After immersing yourself in s...

  • 26 days ago

    The 97th annual L.A. Metropolitan Tennis Open Championships stand as a reminder that, although L.A. may seem less of a locus lately for tennis mania, its audience remains unswayed as the event heads toward its second century. Arthur Ashe played at...