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  • Serj Tankian on his upcoming 'Imperfect Harmonies': 'There's a lot of heartbreak on this record'

     
    Discussing his upcoming solo album, former System of a Down vocalist Serj Tankian drops an unexpected word: "Edit." Mild-mannered and soft-spoken, Tankian speaks about his music with a professorial ease. It's a long way removed from his on-stage and in-...
  • Haunted: Michael Mewshaw on his 'Lying With the Dead'

     
    Will Michael Mewshaw ever slow down? At age 66, Mewshaw continues to be productive as a novelist, book reviewer, travel writer, investigative journalist and tennis reporter. "Lying With the Dead," his 11th novel, has just appeared (his 19th book,...
  • Opera review: Esa-Pekka Salonen makes Met debut in New York

     
    From the house of the dead -- as I’ve heard the Metropolitan Opera grumpily described from time to time -- comes a great “From the House of the Dead.” OK, that’s a cheap shot, but a company generally eager to......
  • Man Who Was Declared Dead Returns After 10-Year Absence

     
    The Christian Scientist Church in Pasadena, designed by Franklin P. Burnham. Franklin P. Burnham also designed the Georgia State Capitol and many civic buildings in Southern California. Dec. 17, 1909: Henry E. Christopher returns to Fresno after a 10-year...
  • Boyle Heights Day of the Dead exhibit celebrates Latino veterans

     
    A Boyle Heights gallery and art space is paying homage to Latino soldiers who died in U.S. wars abroad as part of an exhibit celebrating Day of the Dead, a festive Latin American holiday to remember departed loved ones. Casa......
  • Culture Monster's 13 things to do on Halloween

     
    Should the spirits move you to celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead, arts offerings in the L.A. area abound, from the mildly scary to the incredibly creepy. Culture Monster has scared up a lucky 13. 1. THEATER OF THE......
  • They all disappear

    They all disappear
    According to the U.S. Department of Justice, just more than 2,000 children are reported missing every single day. The vast majority of them are found, sometimes quickly, but for the families and loved ones of those who are not, a canvas of unanswered...
  • 'Bold Caballeros y Noble Bandidas' at the Autry National Center of the America West

    'Bold Caballeros y Noble Bandidas' at the Autry National Center of the America West
    A framed poster of Leo Carrillo starring as Mexican caballero Francisco "Pancho" Villa in the 1950 film "Pancho Villa Returns" rests, in all its pristine splendor, on a cobalt wall. Tag lines such as "The man who made history with cyclonic fury!" and "The...
  • 'Bury the Dead' at the Actors' Gang

    'Bury the Dead' at the Actors' Gang
    Every American war, Gen. Henry Shelton once observed, must pass the "Dover test": the public's ability to tolerate the sight of slain servicemen and women arriving at Dover Air Force Base in flag-draped caskets. Since 1991, however, the Pentagon has...
  • Mary Shelley at 826LA

    Mary Shelley at 826LA
    "Frankenstein" author Mary Shelley has made a rare Los Angeles appearance. On Sept. 26, some 150-odd years after her demise, she dropped by 826LA's Time Travel Mart in Echo Park -- that Sunset Boulevard purveyor of leg warmers, bottled "robot emotions"...
  • Pilar Díaz no longer Abandoned, and that's OK

    Pilar Díaz no longer Abandoned, and that's OK
    IT'S BEEN a year since Los Abandoned suddenly broke up and L.A. lost one of its most creative bicultural bands. At the time, lead singer and songwriter couldn't get herself to talk about why she had abandoned the acclaimed quartet, whose logo was a broken...