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Woody Allen

Woody Allen
Woody Allen is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay for "Blue Jasmine."

Full Oscars 2014 coverage
Woody Allen is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay for "Blue Jasmine."

Full Oscars 2014 coverage
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  • Time Warner Cable invites you to help pay for Clayton Kershaw

    Time Warner Cable invites you to help pay for Clayton Kershaw
    My colleague Joe Flint reported this morning that SportsNet LA, the new channel that the Dodgers own but Time Warner Cable manages, hasn't struck retransmission deals yet with the pay-TV operators serving most Angelenos. The problem, according to Flint'...
  • Snake handlers give some Christians the creeps

    Snake handlers give some Christians the creeps
    There’s a fair amount of snark online Monday about Jamie Coots, the Pentecostal pastor and reality-TV star who was fatally bitten by a snake he was handling in over-literal adherence to Luke 10:19. ("Behold, I give unto you power to tread on...
  • Letters: Separating the man and his art

    Re "Art versus scandal," Opinion, Feb. 13 I make no apology for enjoying the work of Woody Allen. Accountability is necessary, but punishment should be restricted to the guilty, without collateral damage. Any misdeeds of Allen's are a reason to punish...
  • The Woody Allen case

    The Woody Allen case
    Gossiping publicly about the private lives of well-known people is one of the most popular forms of licensed sadism that our society indulges in. It's permissible to play roughly with the cardboard figures of these people we don't know, to bully them,...
  • Sid Caesar dies at 91; comedy giant of the small screen

    Sid Caesar dies at 91; comedy giant of the small screen
    In a day before comedy was laced with irony and studded with mean-spirited barbs, Sid Caesar was more than funny. He was hilariously, outrageously, tear-inducingly, gather-up-the-whole-family-for-this funny. A veteran of the Catskills with an...
  • Ted Rall got it wrong on tenure and 'underpaid' teachers

    Ted Rall got it wrong on tenure and 'underpaid' teachers
    Ted Rall's Feb. 6 blog post and cartoon, "Stop tenure tyranny and show some love for our hardworking teachers," is long on demagoguery and little else. Even the title of the piece misses the mark. Contrary to what Rall writes, teachers in California's...
  • Sid Caesar dies: Memories of two interviews with 'The King'

    Sid Caesar dies: Memories of two interviews with 'The King'
    Two years ago, I had the pleasure of joining a group of funny men who meet for lunch and lively conversation every other Wednesday at Factor's Famous Deli on Pico Boulevard. A documentary about their meeting, aptly titled "Lunch," was making the rounds of...
  • Woody Allen vs. Dylan Farrow, art vs. scandal

    Woody Allen vs. Dylan Farrow, art vs. scandal
    Want to make a really bad time for yourself on social media? Register an opinion about Dylan Farrow's letter published by the New York Times on Feb. 2 stating that her father, Woody Allen, sexually abused her some two decades ago when she was 7. Better...
  • Oscar luncheon: Sandra Bullock, Steve McQueen make the case for grown-up films

    Oscar luncheon: Sandra Bullock, Steve McQueen make the case for grown-up films
    As is usually the case, the mood was a convivial one at this year's Academy Award nominees luncheon, which throws together big-name stars and directors as well as animators, musicians, editors and other fellow contenders for Oscar gold. But the...
  • Oscars 2014: Luncheon a 'giant gumbo' of nominees famous and anonymous

    Oscars 2014: Luncheon a 'giant gumbo' of nominees famous and anonymous
    In a town obsessed with VIP status, it is a refreshingly meritocratic event. At the Motion Picture Academy's annual Oscar nominees luncheon Monday at the Beverly Hilton, A-list stars such as Bono, Meryl Streep and Leonardo DiCaprio dined with Hollywood'...
  • Shia LaBeouf quits news conference, wears paper bag in Berlin

    Shia LaBeouf quits news conference, wears paper bag in Berlin
    "Nymphomaniac" star Shia LaBeouf continued his recent bizarre behavior, this time at the Berlin International Film Festival on Sunday, first walking out of a media conference after cryptically responding to a single question, and later showing up for...