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  • 12th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles announces lineup

    12th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles announces lineup
    Anurag Kashyup's "Ugly," Geetu Mohandas' "Liar's Dice" and Anup Singh's "Qissa: The Tale of a Lonely Ghost" are among the highlights of the 12th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, which takes place April 8-13 at the ArcLight Hollywood. The festival...
  • Oscars 2014: Lady Gaga steals the spotlight at Elton John's party

    Oscars 2014: Lady Gaga steals the spotlight at Elton John's party
    Elton John and David Furnish may have been the hosts, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation may have been the cause, but the talent that drew attention like moths to a flame was Lady Gaga, sweeping into Sunday's Elton John Oscars Viewing Party a few hours in...
  • Report: Super-rich, favoring just a few artists, drive art market

    Report: Super-rich, favoring just a few artists, drive art market
    Culture Monster has seen a picture of the global art market, and it looks very much like a portobello mushroom. The glimpse came not in a photograph, painting or drawing, but from the 83-page annual “TEFAF Art Market Report” issued...
  • Amelia Island classic car bids surge as rare marques win trophies

    Amelia Island classic car bids surge as rare marques win trophies
    The classic car market continued to cruise in high gear over the weekend at the annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Nearly $67 million worth of rare machinery changed hands at auction while a pair of lesser-known, ultra-rare marques took...
  • Are $1,000 Napa Valley Cabs on the way?

    Are $1,000 Napa Valley Cabs on the way?
    I can remember when $100 for a California Cabernet seemed excessive. This year, though, if you’re on the list for Screaming Eagle, the poster child for cult Cabernet, you'll pay $850 a bottle, including tax and shipping. And Harlan Estate is now...
  • Ernest Hemingway's racy (and funny) letter to Marlene Dietrich

    Ernest Hemingway's racy (and funny) letter to Marlene Dietrich
    A racy, rambling and funny letter written by Ernest Hemingway to Marlene Dietrich, in which the famous novelist calls the German movie star “Dearest Kraut” and playfully imagines her naked, is going on auction later this month.  Hemingway...
  • Lady Gaga, Dakota Johnson cover March magazines

    Lady Gaga, Dakota Johnson cover March magazines
    Lady Gaga is on the cover of the March issue of Harper's Bazaar, and she and the magazine plan to auction off the clothing and props used in the shoot to benefit her charity, the Born This Way Foundation. The auction on EBay is scheduled for Feb. 18,...
  • Deceased dad's rock triggers bitter family fight

    Dear Liz: We are settling my dad's estate. My dad found a rock, and it sat in my parents' frontyard for years. He worked in a gravel pit for decades, and that was the only rock he found interesting enough to bring home. When my mom died, we held an...
  • Lady Gaga on traveling to outer space and her inner space

    Lady Gaga on traveling to outer space and her inner space
    "Performing in space is such an honor." Who else but Lady Gaga could utter such a phrase and still be taken seriously? "I want to challenge myself to come up with something that will not only bring everyone together but will also have a message of...
  • Artful retirement ahead for Getty senior curator Scott Schaefer

    Artful retirement ahead for Getty senior curator Scott Schaefer
    "It's not about more. It's about better," says Scott Schaefer, the J. Paul Getty Museum's senior curator of paintings, a few days before his retirement. "The Getty's collections are meant to be small even though they are meant to be great. We have added...
  • Two Los Angeles TV stations to test sharing spectrum

    Two Los Angeles TV stations to test sharing spectrum
    This story has been corrected. See below for details. Two Los Angeles television stations want to test whether it is indeed better to share. Non-commercial KLCS-TV and commercial station KJLA-TV have asked the Federal Communications Commission for...