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PHOTOS: Vince Vaughn adds prints at the TCL Chinese Theatre   Read More...
 
The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and City National Grove of Anaheim, exclusively booked and operated by Nederlander Concerts, will continue its partnership with KTLA 5 and the Mercedes-Benz Dealers of Southern California. Mercedes-Benz returns as the presenting sponsor for both venues for the third consecutive year.   Read More...
 
facebook.com/official Cyndi Lauper
Finally an Oscars that has everyone talking about something of importance. Equal pay for equal work. However, the fact that we still need to even bring up equal pay is a sad commentary on how far we, as a people, still need to go. There shouldn't ever need to be a discussion about equality. Anyone who shows up and does the same work - female, gay, black, hispanic, etc should get the same pay. Period. End of story.   Read More...
 
Going where no company has gone before is nothing new for Los Angeles' Pacific Opera Project, known for presenting pieces with novel settings and themes.   Read More...
 
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"Maps to the Stars" is all kinds of things. It's the first movie you'll see Julianne Moore in after her Academy Award win - for her touching portrayal of an Alzheimer's sufferer in "Still Alice" - and you may be shocked at what she does. It's Canadian auteur David Cronenberg's first film shot in the United States, if only for five days of Los Angeles exteriors.   Read More...
 

Elmo's got the moves. Have you got the moves? Get up and get moving with Elmo, Abby Cadabby and everyone's favorite Sesame Street friends when Sesame Street Live "Let's Dance!" visits City National Grove of Anaheim from Friday, June 26, through Saturday, June 27. Tickets for all performances are on sale Wednesday, February 25.

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Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen has loved Westerns since he was a kid - good guy vs. bad guy - but as he grew up he started to appreciate more complex visions.   Read More...
 
Two major developments accompanied the Pasadena Symphony's 2015-16 season announcement, both of which continue the orchestra's rebound from the depths of its 2008 recession-caused financial woes.   Read More...
 
Two fairy tales took place onstage when Los Angeles Ballet premiered its "The Sleeping Beauty" last weekend. One was scripted, telling the classic story of a princess destined to sleep for 100 years until awakened by a prince's kiss. The other was about a ballerina who didn't come alive until a prince of a dancer took her in his capable arms.   Read More...
 
Margot Robbie comes off as the quintessential (Australian) girl next door. Pretty but approachable, smart yet unpretentious, good sense of humor and serious when she needs to be - it's a totally charming, disarming package.   Read More...
 
The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles was named North America's "Best Small Outdoor Venue of the Year" for the 15th time at the Annual Pollstar Awards. This marks 11 consecutive wins for the historic venue under the stewardship of Nederlander Concerts.   Read More...
 
Graham Moore, who won the Oscar for best adapted screenplay for "The Imitation Game," admitted he tried to commit suicide when he was a teenager because he felt "weird" and different.   Read More...
 
After earning a standing ovation for their performance of "Glory" at the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday night, Common and John Legend were back on stage accepting the award for best original song.   Read More...
 
It was head over heart at the 87th Academy Awards on a rainy Sunday night in Hollywood. Oscar voters named the cerebral "Birdman" over the emotional early favorite "Boyhood" as best picture of the year.   Read More...
 
In the arc of humanity, there are people who stand out, having changed history and inspired generations. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, who lived in New Spain in the 1600s, is one such example.   Read More...
 
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The Edwardian Ball was an epic and elegant yet seductively dark affair that enchants all of the senses   Read More...
 
Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival: Showcase of new documentaries, features, shorts and videos.   Read More...
 
Photos: Revolutions 2 Exhibit at Forest Lawn Museum   Read More...
 
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"Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)," my favorite movie of 2014, is the front-runner to win Best Picture at the 87th Annual Academy Awards. My top film hasn't won that Oscar since "Unforgiven" 22 years ago.   Read More...
 
Kelly Carlin remembers being in the driveway of her Pacific Palisades home with her dad one evening in 1972. Across the street, a neighbor was hosting a cocktail party when George Carlin says loud enough for everyone to hear, "Hey, Kell, look at all the (expletive) over there!"   Read More...
 
 

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