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  • An idiosyncratic ride with the Bamberg Symphony and Ray Chen at CAP UCLA

    An idiosyncratic ride with the Bamberg Symphony and Ray Chen at CAP UCLA

    You have to hand it to those persistent concertgoers who somehow made it through the downpour to UCLA’s Royce Hall on Friday night to hear an orchestra that is not exactly one of the most glamorous in the world.  Dedicated record collectors from way back, however, know about the Bamberg Symphony...

  • The familiar takes a few twists in 'The Good Fight'

    The familiar takes a few twists in 'The Good Fight'

    "The Good Wife," which ended last May after seven seasons, has spawned a sequel, "The Good Fight," carrying over Christine Baranski and Cush Jumbo and adding Rose Leslie from “Game of Thrones” to form its central triad. Run as before by “Good Wife” creators Robert King and Michelle King, the pilot will...

  • Monday's TV Highlights: 'Bates Motel' on A&E

    Monday's TV Highlights: 'Bates Motel' on A&E

    SERIES American Ninja Warrior The obstacle-course challenges return with another all-stars edition; with hosts Matt Iseman, Akbar Gbajabiamila and Kristine Leahy. 8 p.m. NBC Supergirl Another classic DC Comics character surfaces in this new episode, when Mr. Mxyzptlk (guest star Peter Gadiot)...

  • T Bone Burnett's new project is a wild techno-skeptical concept album

    T Bone Burnett's new project is a wild techno-skeptical concept album

    T Bone Burnett has produced pretty much any artist you’d want to listen to and even had a prolific solo career in his own right. But it’s rare to get original songs from him these days. Which is why his new project is so intriguing. Well, that and the fact that it’s a spoken-word concept album...

  • Flower? Animal? Person? The color-drenched questions in Mimi Lauter's drawings

    Flower? Animal? Person? The color-drenched questions in Mimi Lauter's drawings

    Mimi Lauter's enthralling drawings have a visual grammar all their own. Their sense of scale is elusive and independent of their physical size. They feel immersive, whether small as a notebook page or large enough to dominate a wall. Color is not in motion, but motion itself. Space is texture....

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