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  • 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' raises passion, emotion off-screen too

     'Blue Is the Warmest Color' raises passion, emotion off-screen too
    Passion. Triumph. Heartbreak. Betrayal. Renewal. This describes not only the story told in "Blue Is the Warmest Color" but also in many ways the tempestuous, topsy-turvy saga the French film's director and two lead actresses have themselves faced since...
  • Paris Fashion Week spring 2014: Lanvin review

    Paris Fashion Week spring 2014: Lanvin review
    PARIS -- If there is someone worth holding the start of a runway show for, it would have to be France's first lady of film, Catherine Deneuve, who came gliding into the front row at Lanvin, fashionably late to the party on Thursday night. And what a...
  • 'An American in Paris' is heading to Paris, as a musical

    'An American in Paris' is heading to Paris, as a musical
    Vincente Minnelli shot the bulk of his 1951 movie "An American in Paris" on soundstages in Culver City. For the long-gestating stage-musical version of the classic film, producers have chosen Paris itself for the big premiere. "An American in Paris"...
  • 28 great L.A. bakeries

    28 great L.A. bakeries
    Maybe it was the rise of kouign amann -- the uber-buttery, caramelized "it" pastry from Brittany -- and better access to fresh-baked baguettes that lately has helped reinvigorate an Angeleno culture of neighborhood bakeries, all butter and sugar and love....
  • L.A.'s best sweets, treats and buttery breads

    L.A.'s best sweets, treats and buttery breads
    Los Angeles, it turns out, is a bakery town, where neighborhood bread and pastry shops are plentiful. Pick up a croissant for breakfast, a baguette for dinner or a little something for in-between. Besides traditional cakes, pies and cookies, on offer...
  • Britain, France hail Syria disarmament plan

    Britain, France hail Syria disarmament plan
    LONDON – Britain and France, previously strong advocates for armed reprisals against Damascus, welcomed the U.S.-Russian deal struck Saturday outlining a plan for the Syrian government to give up its chemical weapons stockpile by the middle of...
  • Treaties — as American as Ben Franklin

     Treaties — as American as Ben Franklin
    However the Syrian crisis turns out, it holds a lesson for American leaders. They have often been ready to confront those who violate international norms, such as Syrian President Bashar Assad, but reluctant to join worldwide agreements that express those...
  • Fernando Trueba let 'Artist and the Model' ripen with age, as he has

    Fernando Trueba let 'Artist and the Model' ripen with age, as he has
    Spanish filmmaker Fernando Trueba had to grow older before he felt ready to direct "The Artist and the Model," which opens Friday. Not long after he won the foreign language film Oscar in 1994 for "Belle Epoque," Trueba began thinking about doing a film...
  • 'The Smurfs 2' looks overseas for more green

    'The Smurfs 2' looks overseas for more green
    The central conceit of "The Smurfs 2" is that the wicked wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) is desperate to capture the secret essence of Smurfs. But Sony Pictures already has found the magic formula that makes the blue cartoon characters so popular —...
  • Edward Snowden: Not the first to be caught in airport limbo

    Edward Snowden: Not the first to be caught in airport limbo
    Edward Snowden, who is wanted by the United States on suspicion of leaking national security secrets, isn’t the only person to have been caught in the diplomatic limbo of an airport transit zone. Mehran Karimi Nasseri, an Iranian-born refugee,...
  • Joseph Altuzarra's stars are in alignment

    Joseph Altuzarra's stars are in alignment
    Over the past few weeks, the stars have been aligning for designer Joseph Altuzarra. First came news that Kering, the European luxury conglomerate that owns Gucci Group and built Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen into global brands, bought a...