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  • 'It Might Get Loud' director Davis Guggenheim stands behind digital distribution

     
    Director Davis Guggenheim tracked three generations of guitar virtuosos in his "It Might Get Loud," focusing on the philosophies behind the sounds of Jimmy Page, the Edge and Jack White. Sound in the film is paramount. Yet when "It Might......
  • Van Gogh's personal letters debut online in English

     
    File this under impossibly cool art websites. In what is perhaps the first project of its kind, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has put English-language translations of 902 of Vincent van Gogh's personal letters on line. Van Gogh was......
  • Two-day Rock Fashion Week L.A. closes out a month of runways

     
    Gen Art's Fresh Faces in Fashion event returned to the Petersen Automotive Museum this season, presenting the Spring 2010 runway collections of Leyendecker, Seneca Rising, MG Black Label menswear, Valerj Pobega and Rory Beca. The most memorable among them...
  • L.A.'s Harmony Project honored at White House

     
    In eight short years, the Harmony Project has gone from L.A.'s toughest neighborhoods to the glitz of the White House. On Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama presented the music-education organization with the Coming Up Taller Award, which recognizes...
  • Motorola's Droid review: It's the best phone on Verizon

     
    We're getting this out of the way now: Motorola's Droid is the best Google phone on the market. Maybe that's not saying a whole lot. The Droid's only competitors in the U.S. are T-Mobile's 1-year-old G1, its chubby younger brother the MyTouch 3G and HTC's...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Real Housewives of the O.C.' are back

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 1 - 7 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SHOP, DROP, REPEAT: 'The Real Housewives of Orange County' -- including Gretchen, left, and Vicki -- return for another......
  • Monster Mash: Obamas change mind about painting; Gerard Butler goes Shakespeare; Pompidou's roving museum

     
    -- Second thoughts: The first family has apparently changed its mind about an artwork by Alma W. Thomas titled "Watusi (Hard Edge)" that was chosen in October to hang in Michelle Obama's office. (ARTnews and Washington Post) -- Tough times......
  • Monster Mash: Leonard Slatkin recovering after heart attack; Houston museum in legal battle; Jesus as a transsexual draws protest

     
    -- Stage scare: Conductor Leonard Slatkin suffered a heart attack mid-performance with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the Netherlands and is now recovering after surgery. (Detroit Free Press) -- Money trouble: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is...
  • Today's 'Star Trek' moment: William Shatner meets his hero

     
    On Wednesday, William Shatner was at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and this is one of the photos from Getty Images. It's Friday and that means it's a good time for a caption contest. Boldly go to the comments section and......
  • CanvasPop lets you turn photos into wall art, and it's pretty cheap

     
    We've seen online services that let you put your own image on T-shirts, coffee cups, throw pillows and shower curtains, so why was I so excited to hear about CanvasPop, a new company that will print any image onto a stretched canvas for low-cost wall art?...
  • Isabel Rucker's long, long memoir

     
    Tonight the SOMArts Center in San Francisco holds an opening for two artists, including Isabel Rucker, whose very long memoir will be on display. How long, exactly? "The Unfurling" is more than 400 feet long, written and illustrated in graphic......