He gave us one of the most lovable dogs in children's literature.

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Toy design student Arthur Grygoryan wants to create Lego play sets like the ones he tinkered with as a kid.   Read More...
 
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Convergence Exhibit - Rob Machado & Sage Vaughn - January 29   Read More...
 
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The "SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque" show is coming to the House of Blues features sexy performances inspired by pop-culture icons and music complete with tongue-in-cheek humor and raw sexuality.   Read More...
 
A pink Caddy fronted by sweeping steer horns turns down a winding road through a North Hollywood orange grove, past the famous Palomino Club, past Hody's Coffee Shop.   Read More...
 
Authorities in southern England were embarrassed but defensive Thursday after telling workers to destroy a mural they later realized was created by the internationally famous graffiti artist Banksy.   Read More...
 
A Fantastic Journey Imagine yourself flying across a mysterious unknown territory as an eagle. Look at details with an eagle's eye and don't try to figure out things. Click below and let forms, colors and music bewilder you across.   Read More...
 
A 3,200-year-old mummy mask at the center of a years-long custody battle will stay at the St. Louis Art Museum now that the U.S. government is giving up its effort to reclaim it for Egypt.   Read More...
 
A group of rampaging burlesque-inspired Godzilla monsters walked away with the top prize at Saturday's Masquarade at Comic-Con International.   Read More...
 
SAN DIEGO It's that time of year again. Time to let your imagination soar and prepare to bask in the light of all things nerdy and geeky.   Read More...
 
Dr. Seuss had a secret. Though he shared many of his talents, characters and stories with the world, he kept one or two of his interests far from the public eye - until now.   Read More...
 
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Alina ran and squealed as she played with two other children outside The Cheesecake Factory at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga. The 6-year-old hid behind her mother, Angelina Edwards, laughing and pulling on her sparkly purple skirt and wiping her hands on her Iron Man T-shirt.   Read More...
 
The Batmobile made its first appearance in Detective Comics No. 27, the first Batman story; it originally was a simple red convertible with no special features. The vehicles went through many changes over the years in the comics, adding batlike designs and accessories.   Read More...
 
Detective Comics No. 27, the issue that introduced Batman to the world, was dated May 1939.   Read More...
 
SAN MARINO When it first opened 30 years ago, The Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art comprised 50 paintings. But The Huntington has more than 12,000 objects now - and more of them will be on display soon in newly expanded galleries.   Read More...
 
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As large wooden crates arrived at the Long Beach Museum of Art on a recent morning, Echo Park artist F. Scott Hess reached inside one of the boxes to carefully pull out a historic family heirloom. It was a gray Confederate cavalry jacket that once belonged to his ancestor, Brig. Gen. Alfred Iverson, who fought in the Civil War.   Read More...
 
The late King of Soul, OTIS REDDING, will be honored with a Gibson Art Guitar on The Sunset Strip on Tuesday, July 15 at the Whisky A Go-Go. His son, producer, musician and recording artist OTIS REDDING III will autograph the larger-than-life Gibson Guitar   Read More...
 
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A new Van Nuys post office would be named for Marilyn Monroe under legislation introduced Thursday by U.S. Rep. Tony C├írdenas, who noted the Hollywood icon attended high school in the area.   Read More...