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  • Esa-Pekka Salonen returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall

     
    Esa-Pekka Salonen received a whistling, whooping, foot-stamping ovation when he walked onstage at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Friday night. So what else is new? His hair is now short, but little else has changed since his last appearance with......
  • Chinua Achebe and the Gish Prize

     
    On Wednesday, Nigerian-born author Chinua Achebe will accept the Gish Prize in New York. Named for actresses Lillian and Dorothy Gish, known best for their waiflike presences in silent films, the prize comes with a silver medallion and a significant......
  • 'Amazing Race' recap: The blond leading the blond

     
    Quiet, please. I’m scanning the executive-producer credits to see if I can find Tiger Woods’ name. Can you remember any other edition of “Amazing Race” so aswarm with blonds? Between Jill the blond hairstylist from Marina del Rey an...
  • Dungen and Oceans: A conversation with Gustav Estjes in advance of Waved Out 2

     
    "Skit I Allt," the title of Dungen's seventh LP loosely translates to "hell with it," but the literal American translation doesn't distill its true meaning. Gustav Estjes, the wavy-haired wizard behind the Stockholm-based quartet, has toyed with...
  • Book Review: 'Warning Shadows' by Gary Giddins

    Book Review: 'Warning Shadows' by Gary Giddins
    Warning Shadows Home Alone With Classic Cinema Gary Giddins W.W. Norton: 416 pp., $18.95 Gary Giddins is well known for his writing about music — he was a Village Voice jazz columnist for three decades, and his books, among them the biography...
  • Book review: 'Daniel' by Henning Mankell

    Book review: 'Daniel' by Henning Mankell
    Most readers know the Swedish author Henning Mankell either for his political views — he is a strident critic of Israel and participated in the protest flotilla attempting to run its Gaza blockade earlier this year — or for his mysteries...
  • Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch turn up 'A Little Night Music'

    Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch turn up 'A Little Night Music'
    It seems like the brainchild of a marketing genius. Take two of Broadway's most celebrated living actresses, bringing with them more than 100 years of combined New York stage experience, and cast them as mother and daughter in a show that mines both their...
  • 'Federico Fellini: The Book of Dreams'

    'Federico Fellini: The Book of Dreams'
    ANYONE familiar with the films of Federico Fellini knows that he gave importance to dreams. But the extent of that devotion has become fully evident only now, with the publication of "Il Libro dei Sogni" -- "The Book of Dreams." These sketches, mostly...
  • Charles Teitel dies at 93; theater operator fought censors as he brought foreign art films to Chicago

    Charles Teitel, who operated one of the first foreign art houses in Chicago, screening such seminal films as "The Bicycle Thief" and "Z" as well as movies that city censors tried to ban for racy content, died of congestive heart failure April 4 at his...
  • David Carradine dies at 72; star of 'Kung Fu'

    David Carradine dies at 72; star of 'Kung Fu'
    David Carradine, who became a TV icon in the early 1970s starring as an enigmatic Buddhist monk with a flair for martial arts in "Kung Fu" and more recently played the head of a group of assassins in the "Kill Bill" movies, has been found dead in Bangkok,...
  • Stuart M. Kaminsky dies at 75; prolific mystery writer

    Stuart M. Kaminsky dies at 75; prolific mystery writer
    Stuart M. Kaminsky, a writer of impressive range who created four distinctive detectives for series set in Los Angeles, Chicago, Florida and Moscow, has died. He was 75. Kaminsky, who joined the elite of his craft in 2006 when the Mystery Writers of...