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  • Autism and romance mix in live-via-Internet 'On the Spectrum'

     
    L.A. playwright Ken LaZebnick tackles autism and romance in `On the Spectrum,' premiering Saturday in Minneapolis. Its Nov. 22 performance can be seen live over the Internet....
  • Occupy protesters owe thanks to Mayor Bloomberg [The conversation]

     
    The Occupy Wall Street protesters may have been evicted from Manhattan's Zuccotti Park -- to the delight of the New York Daily News' editorial board and the Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin-- but the 99% movement lives on. Here's what opinionators......
  • L.A. Theatre Works to tour China with Pentagon Papers play

     
    L.A. Theatre Works will embark on a two-week tour of China, performing "Top Secret: The Battle for The Pentagon Papers" by Geoffrey Cowan and Leroy Aarons. The play dramatizes the Washington Post's decision in 1971 to publish classified documents...
  • Monster Mash: AEG sued by street artists; 'Leap of Faith' news

     
    Street artists are suing AEG in a dispute over lost artwork in a penthouse in downtown L.A. The musical "Leap of Faith" appears headed to Broadway in the fall of 2012, with a substantially revised score and book....
  • Monster Mash: 9/11 museum faces possible delay; Getty protesters

     
    The planned 2012 opening of the 9/11 museum at the World Trade Center site could be delayed due to unexpected costs. A group of protesters held a rally outside the Getty Center this weekend concerning the museum's ongoing legal battle over a sacred...
  • UC Davis pepper-spraying cop finds his way into artistic masterpieces

     
    Lt. John Pike, the policeman at UC Davis who was shown Friday pepper spraying peaceful protesters, has become an unlikely rallying figure for the Occupy movement. Outrage at his actions has galvanized activists and lead to a shake-up at the university's...
  • Guarding Mr. Cain

     
    Herman Cain's campaign now has the vigilance of the sunglasses-wearing guys who talk into their sleeves. Since Thursday evening in New York, where the Republican presidential candidate and pizza mogul was taping an interview with David Letterman, he has...
  • In this Sunday's Times: Getting to know Don DeLillo

     
    Unfamiliar with the works of Don DeLillo? For a primer of sorts, says David L. Ulin in a review featured in this Sunday's books coverage, you might turn to the collection "The Angel Esmeralda: Nine Stories." This short story collection,......
  • 'The Muppets': Movie critics welcome the return of felt friends

     
    It's been 12 years since the last time Kermit the Frog and his felt friends appeared in theaters, a fact the new musical comedy "The Muppets" acknowledges and runs with. In the film directed by James Bobin and starring Jason Segel , members of the...
  • Monster Mash: Ai Weiwei's wife detained; Klan robes in museum

     
    Margie Petersen, a philanthropist and co-founder of the Petersen Automotive Museum in L.A., has died at age 76. The National Museum of African American History and Culture has accepted a gift of two authentic robes of the Ku Klux Klan....
  • Monster Mash: Miami Art Museum gets gift; Getty buys a Manet

     
    Developer Jorge Perez has agreed to donate $35 million in cash and art from his collection to the Miami Art Museum in a deal that would rename the museum after him. Gary Tinterow, an executive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, has been chosen...