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When writer Colin Dickey goes to the Arctic this summer, he will be bringing two pairs of long underwear, insulated boots ... More >>
Friday, March 8
SUBSUELO AT KOBO'S
Nickodemus' multicultural Turntables on the Hudson compilations and New York City-based events have brought together flavorfully funky house and Latin-based sounds from around the world. The DJ then took the series global with his creation of the ongoin ... More >>
No new reviews this week, but these will return at the same time next week, as the new theater season gets underway. See below for complete listings of shows to see this week.In this week's stage feature, we asked our stable of critics what they most dread and anticipate when being assigned a s ... More >>
Johnny Strange, a 20-year-old Malibu local, is no stranger to a little danger.
He climbed all of the the highest mountains on each continent -- known as the Seven Summits -- before he was even legal. In January 2011, just after turning 19, he visited the South Pole.
This week, he took it to anothe ... More >>
Liz OhanesianThomas Dolby signing after Friday night's event.Thomas Dolby
Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Better than... spending the night trying to think of "She Blinded Me with Science" jokes.
Thomas Dolby remains on the cutting edge of technology. In fact, he earned the nam ... More >>
Global Crop Diversity TrustFarmers working at the Cusco Potato Park in Peru.
Aiming to preserve the biodiversity of the world's potato crop, Peruvian farmers yesterday launched a historic collaboration in which they will send 1,500 varieties of potatoes to a remote seed vault.
From the potat ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on three plays in NYC NEW REVIEW GO TRAVELING CARNIVAL FREAKSHOW â€‹Photo by Chelsea SuttonIf Tod Browning and the Brothers Quay had collaborated on a stage version of The Island of Dr. Moreau,
the results might have resembled this whim ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWS
This week's Theater Feature on Camelot and Baal. GETTING OUR FRINGE ON
I've heard it said at numerous receptions and parties that the
reason L.A. has so much bad theater is because it has so much bad
theater - that less would be more. Fringe Fe ... More >>
ARTS FREEZE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
In a cost-cutting measure, the Los Angeles Unified School District has frozen district funds until the state legislature returns to Sacramento in January to sort out the State budget gridlock. Arts for L.A. has been quick to point out that the freeze includes existin ... More >>