Supporters of a campaign to unionize car-wash workers got a rude surprise this morning. ASteven MikulanVermont Hand Wash Entranceâ€‹ billboard they'd paid to put up over Vermont Hand Wash in Los Feliz had been ordered taken down by CBS Outdoor, the billboard's owners. According to Chloe Osmer of the ... More >>
From Bela Lugosi's zombie love slave to George Romero's Living Undead through the soulless corporate workers of more recent films
Last Thursday, two days after Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa gave his "State of the City" address and touted his questionable environmental record, the United States Environmental Protection Agency appeared to throw the self-described "green" mayor a much-needed bone. L.A. Mayor Antonio Vill ... More >>
Also, Glenn Goldman, Missing You Already
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Also, Frozen, Robots vs. Fake Robots
Also: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The $4 Million Giveaway and more
Also: Romeo's Ghost, Prove It on Me, Are You Delicious? and more
Also A Tuna Christmas
Benedictus, Cry-Baby and more
Cry-Baby, Schoolhouse Rock and more
Also: Macbeth, Romeo and Julius and more
Also Mustang Sally, Glengarry Glen Ross and more
Also Jim Morrison's Swimming to the Moon and this week's pick, Innocent When You Dream.
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Also, the National Theatre of Scotland peeks under the Black Watch Regiment's kilts
Also Novel Romance
Also reviews of Zombie Joe's Victims, Richard III and Malcolm-Jamal Warner's Love and Other Social Issues
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Also reviews of Food for Fish and The Merry Widow
Including David Mamet's Squirrels and Why Marry?
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Reviews of Dirk, Jitney and Taxi to Jannah
Including Dvorak in America, Grace, The Grey Zone and more
Reviews of What to Wear, Tonight at 11! and Sides: The Fear is Real
August Wilson's Fences, Buddy and this week's pick, Because They Have No Words
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Reviews of Antony and Cleopatra, Bluebonnet Court and Love's Labor's Lost
Reviews of Fully Loaded, Greensward and I Do! I Do!
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The Weekly has reached a new high in its reputation for muckraking with the recent criticism of Ira Yellin and the Grand Central Market restoration ["Grand Central Stalemate," March 27–April 2].