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  • How Jessica Simpson lost the baby weight

    How Jessica Simpson lost the baby weight
    Entertainer and fashion mogul Jessica Simpson had two babies in less than two years, but she's back in shape, thanks to Weight Watchers and walking four miles a day, she tells USA Today. Oh, and she works out with celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak four...
  • It's Brit versus Yank in Shakespeare on Broadway

     It's Brit versus Yank in Shakespeare on Broadway
    NEW YORK — Anyone who has ever puzzled over the age-old question why do the Brits seem to do Shakespeare so much better than the Yanks? should hot-foot it to Broadway, where an answer can be found in a pair of performances by the English virtuoso...
  • Susan Sarandon stoned at awards shows? Yes, but not at the Oscars

    Susan Sarandon stoned at awards shows? Yes, but not at the Oscars
    Susan Sarandon has an award-season trick in her arsenal: pot. The Oscar-nominated actress stopped by Bravo's late-night gab fest "Watch What Happens Live!" along with actor Ralph Fiennes when host Andy Cohen enlisted her in a game of "Plead the Fifth,"...
  • Jim Hall dies at 83; guitarist influenced generations of jazz players

    Jim Hall dies at 83; guitarist influenced generations of jazz players
    Jim Hall, a jazz guitarist, composer and arranger whose subtle, lyrical playing style was favored by such iconic jazz artists as Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans, Paul Desmond and Ella Fitzgerald, has died in New York. He was 83. Hall died in his sleep Tuesday...
  • Richard Linklater's dawning collaboration with Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke

    Richard Linklater's dawning collaboration with Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke
    Cast attractive actors who also happen to be writer-directors in your movie and you're setting the stage for a prolonged and unusual journey. Filmmaker Richard Linklater can see that now: how the extra talents latent in Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy emerged...
  • David Hyde Pierce returning to 'Vanya' as director of L.A. production

    David Hyde Pierce returning to 'Vanya' as director of L.A. production
    David Hyde Pierce played one of the title characters in Christopher Durang's acclaimed play "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" when it debuted in 2012. The "Frasier" actor will return to the play for its Los Angeles premiere early next year at the Mark...
  • Lights, camera, Manhattan: Bus tour offers holiday color, movie sites

    Lights, camera, Manhattan: Bus tour offers holiday color, movie sites
    With Christmas season cranking up all over, one of New York City’s busiest bus tour operators will soon be offering “Holiday Lights & Movie Sites” tours of Manhattan. The tours, which begin Nov. 29, include locations from “...
  • Theater Review: '4000 miles' takes a dramatic journey across the generations

    Theater Review: '4000 miles' takes a dramatic journey across the generations
    Amy Herzog's "4000 Miles" is a small drama that's confined to one room and focused on the relationship between two characters, an elderly grandmother and her neo-hippie grandson. Yet the play, which is receiving an attentive production at South Coast...
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Sean Saves the World' on NBC

    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Sean Saves the World' on NBC
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES The Big Bang Theory A fight with...
  • NYFF 2013: Does '12 Years a Slave' deserve 'hard to watch' label?

    NYFF 2013: Does '12 Years a Slave' deserve 'hard to watch' label?
    NEW YORK -- Walking out of the theater after the official U.S. debut for Steve McQueen’s slavery tour de force “12 Years a Slave” on Tuesday, a viewer could be heard adding skepticism to her admiration. “I wanted to ask about why...
  • In the L.A. classical music scene, the music comes first

      In the L.A. classical music scene, the music comes first
    It was said to have been a disastrous seven days for classical music in America. "Hell week" is what Russell Platt called it in the New Yorker last week. New York City Opera declared bankruptcy and shut down. Minnesota Orchestra's music director Osmo...