See also: *Our Latest Theater Reviews In Under Construction, a 2009 work by endlessly curious playwright Charles Mee, a character says, "If I understand something, I have no further use for it." Considering the world premiere of his latest play, Orestes 3.0: Inferno -- now playing at City Garage ... More >>
"Thank you for having me!" he says at the end. "Any questions?" In a tiny, hole-in-the-wall art gallery in central L.A., a rocket scientist is wrapping up a talk titled "Getting There: Science Fiction ... and Fact." The gallery founder, wanting to add a bit of oomph to a space-related exhibit, had r ... More >>
Tucked beneath a veil of vines at the quaint Duncan Miller Gallery, photographer Jo Babcock's 22-piece first ever solo exhibition is more than just your average picture show. Under the framed photographs neatly hanging across the cream colored walls lie typewriters, ancient coffee machines, a letter ... More >>
LAPDOfficer Robert J. Cottle.Los Angeles police on Thursday said it learned through relatives that 45-year-old Marine Corps Sgt. Major Robert J. Cottle, a member of the LAPD's SWAT unit, was killed in combat in Afghanistan. It's not clear exactly how he died: The Los Angeles Police Department ... More >>
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In his quest to free slaves around the world, Aaron Cohen thought hed seen it all. Then he went to Myanmar.
For the week of February 9 - 15
Our new system of global production
These do-it-yourself misfits just might win the DARPA Grand Challenge
An unhappy New Year looms for American apparel makers
A conversation with Chalmers Johnson
Bush and Kerry’s Soft Spots
The Baghdad Hand (Over) Job
How the Department of Homeland Security is becoming a big man on campus
Iraqi detainees allege mistreatment and abuse
Meat industry has resisted cleaning up its act for decades
Ten years later, the casualties of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” may be nearing an end
What did Bush know about the al Qaeda threat?
The New York Times new editor, Bill Keller, is more at ease talking about Shakespeare than pop culture. What does it mean for Hollywood?
With Patriot Act power, Bush and Ashcroft try to conquer the legal system
Republicans not with them are now the enemy, too
A 9/11 victim testifies that the carnage could have been averted
George’s reasons for wanting to topple Saddam
With Iraq in crisis, humanitarian efforts around the globe go on hold
How the military’s ad campaign gets inside the heads of recruits
Dealing with nuclear fears and rumors of 20 U.S. troops being held hostage
A chronology of events leading up to 9/11
George, the war’s history
The new age of intolerance
Leonard Kleinrock and the birth of the Internet
Out on the Nellis Range with the Center for Land Use Interpretation
L.A. Unified blasted by its own inspector for Belmont boondoggle
What the administration's antitrust crusade against Microsoft means for Al Gore on the stump
Vietnamese leader whipsawed by Orange County backlash