Play captures the cultural tension between ambition and family
This week, an artist deconstructs the pom-pom, two holes get cut in gallery walls and an exhibition suggests the wrong man took the blame for murder 83 years ago. 5. Wallflower whirlpool Jen Stark cut a hole the shape of a water lily into the northernmost wall of Martha Otero gallery, then built u ... More >>
Most Angelenos wouldn't associate Jews with spray paint and wheat-paste, but what about murals? Twenty years ago, before the city began a war on street art and pushed murals and graffiti underground, targeting artists with lawsuits and jail time, the city's diverse communities embraced a flourishing ... More >>
Including Flirting with Morty and this week's pick, Souvenir
For February 10 - 16 cvc
For February 10 -16, 2006
Will George Lakoff’s linguistic ideas help Democrats regain the White House . . . or are they just the progressive flip side to conservative Luntzspeak?
Angie Schworer’s smart take on a dumb blond
How to fail in show business by really trying
Hedda and the Pussycats
The latest gripes from the "gun-toting lesbians"
Between a lark and a hard place
On the critic
Why is Hollywood so full of whores?
Germaine Greer on Hillary, male aggression, foreplay in the '50s and more
By any other name, seizing power in defiance of popular will is a coup
Gary Ross' Pleasantville
Re-reading the Feminine Mystique