Mindy Farabee

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  • 4 months ago | Art

    Anyone who visited "Under Big Black Sun," MOCA’s 2011-12 Pacific Standard Time exhibit that took the fertile anarchy of '70s L.A. art as its theme, won’t have trouble grasping the thesis of art critic Michael Fallon’s new book, Creating the Future...

  • 5 months ago | Books

    If Hollywood has never quite inspired the Great American Novel, it's not for lack of trying. Since the birth of Tinseltown, more than 500 books have fictionalized our most famous industry. And why not? Hollywood is a more than serviceable stand-in...

  • 5 months ago | Books

    “There are three kinds of lies,” British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli is purported to have said. “Lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Disraeli would have enjoyed both the tone and the premise of economist Gary Smith’s often funny and frequentl...

  • 5 months ago

    The Lotus and the Storm, Lan Cao's high-profile follow-up to her best-selling debut, Monkey Bridge, revisits her preoccupation with how U.S. involvement in the war in Vietnam continues to reverberate through both countries, via a fam...

  • 6 months ago | Parks

    A.J. Martin is taking a break. “I love it when it’s like this,” he says, cigarette in one hand, standing outside against the back door to the Ellis Hotel. It’s a breezy early summer afternoon in Gladys Park — a small patch of downtown greenery at ...

  • 6 months ago | Theater

    Ladies and gentlemen, the show is about to begin. Please, turn on your cell phones.  Because when New York’s WaxFactory company brings its experimental one-act #aspellforfainting to L.A. this weekend, theater-goers for once will be allowed — ...