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  • Place your bets on these spring theater picks

    Place your bets on these spring theater picks
    An American classic staged by a veteran actor, a musical farce to delight Anglophiles, and a reworking of a landmark 19th century drama are just a few of the more promising theater offerings this season. Predicting which will become a hit is always a crapshoot. For those placing bets, the Old Globe's offering has better than even odds, but on paper all of these shows are worth a gamble.
  • Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry

    Mark Taper season includes plays by Bruce Norris, Sebastian Barry
    The 2013 season at the Mark Taper Forum will feature plays by Bruce Norris and Sebastian Barry, as well as revivals of classics by August Wilson and Joe Orton. Actor Brian Dennehy will be featured in Barry's "The Steward of Christendom."  In all, the...

    Upfronts 2012: Watch previews of 4 NBC mid-season series

     
    NBC has released video previews of its mid-season shows, which include "1600 Penn," starring Bill Pullman and Josh Gad; Dane Cook in "Next Caller," Steven Pasquale in "Do No Harm" and "Save Me" starring Anne Heche.

    Obamas attend groundbreaking for African American history museum

     
    The Smithsonian Institution officially broke ground this morning on the National Museum of African American History and Culture, slated to open in 2015.

    Obama to speak at African American history museum’s groundbreaking

     
    President Obama will show his support for the National Museum of African American History and Culture during a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled to take place next week in Washington, the Smithsonian announced on Wednesday.