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Culture MonsterLincoln Center Festival, for this yearâs most ambitious offering, instructed us to arrive at the Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan by 9:45 a.m. to catch the 10 oâclock ferry to Governors Island, and the dock was already crowded at......
Culture MonsterNow that the Swiss government has freed Roman Polanski from luxurious house arrest, the Oscar-winning filmmaker will soon be able to resume his directorial career that was stalled for close to nine months while he fought extradition to Los Angeles.......
L.A. at HomeTiming is everything when you're a plant in a place with little water and lots of competition. Our native California fuchsia, Zauschneria californica, has patience. It remains sedate as the native sages and lilacs burst into spring blossom. Then, as the...
OutpostsFollowing last Sunday's debut of the extreme fishing series "Monster Fish," the National Geographic Channel offers up another show in the popular genre. "Fish Warrior" follows adventurer and angler Jakub VÃ¡gner as he journeys on extreme fishing...
Culture MonsterConducting at the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York earlier this month, Lionel Bringuier was described as "startlingly young" by the New York Times. A few days later, he made his Proms debut in London. The Guardian described him as......
2008 Hirsch Vineyards' Pinot Noir 'The Bohan-Dillon' Pinot Noir seems to thrive on the Sonoma coast. Here's one beauty with real Pinot character from a renowned vineyard site near Fort Ross. Made primarily from the estate's younger vines, Hirsch...
Wallace L. Pannier U.S. germ warfare researcher Wallace L. Pannier, 81, a germ warfare scientist whose top-secret projects included a mock attack on the New York subway with powdered bacteria in 1966, died Thursday in Frederick, Md., of respiratory...
Exiles in the Garden A Novel Ward Just Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 280 pp., $25 Ward Just left an active life as a journalist, serving as a distinguished reporter in Washington and Vietnam, to dedicate himself to fiction. Over the last 39 years he...
Describing violinist Daniel Hope is no easy task. There is first the matter of his nationality. The musician was born in South Africa, raised in England and now travels with an Irish passport even though he makes his home in Hamburg, Germany. Hope is...
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Marc Rocco, a film writer, director and producer whose credits included "Murder in the First" and "Where the Day Takes You," has died. He was 46. Rocco's body was found May 1 by a friend at Rocco's home in North Hills, said his wife, Lisa, who was in...
When Irish singer Glen Hansard and Czech pianist Markéta Irglová fell in love on the big screen in the 2007 hit "Once," audiences swooned over the passionate and fragile acoustic music the couple made together in the film, which mirrored, reflected and...
Eugene Zinn, who spent three years in Nazi death camps and regularly lectured about the horror of the Holocaust after The Times profiled him in a 2005 front-page story, died of pneumonia Sunday at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, his family said. He...
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