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Culture MonsterThe Arts on TV: Isabella Rossellini; Alan Menken; 'Limelight'; Work of Art: The Next Great Artist...
Culture MonsterMargaret Gray reviews "Dog Sees God..." at the Lyric Hyperion Theater....
Culture MonsterArts on TV...
Show TrackerCharlie Brown may never kick that football or pitch a winning game, but turns out the kid's not a half-bad rapper. ABC is running a beefed-up version of last year's promo of "Charlie B," extolling the virtues, over a hip-hop......
Jacket CopyDoonesbury in its topicality, its ongoing dailiness, it is really about something more profound....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesOnce the realm of family holiday projects, gingerbread architecture has outgrown storybook cottages, gumdrops and marzipan. Tourist attractions and hotels, including the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco and the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad,...
He's the kind of guy who waxes rhapsodic about his love for the human race but curses people who don't smile at his dog. He's full of odes to the sweep of life and won't stop sharing them with the strangers he accosts in coffee shops. He has no job and no...
The Hero ComplexTODAY: Berkeley Breathed is appearing at the Long Beach Comic Con. Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strips ???Bloom County,??? "Outland" and ???Opus,??? lives on a high hilltop in Santa Barbara ??? yes, the money from all those Bill......
Company TownMedia mogul Haim Saban wants to become a brand mogul too. Saban, who made the bulk of his fortune in the kids television business and now is chairman and chief executive of Saban Capital Group, which counts the powerful Spanish-language......
The Daily MirrorJuly 26, 1960: The âPeanutsâ story line involved Lucy drawing a political cartoon and submitting it to a newspaper. Because readers never saw the cartoon, the Mirror asked artist Charles Schulz what it looked like. Hereâs his answer. Paul Coates...
Times Staff WriterThe professor gazed at 18 students seated at long, glass-topped drawing tables, then projected a frame from the comic "Fritz the Cat" onto a pull-down screen. "I was a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin when I fell in love with R. Crumb," James...
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