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Culture Monster"Passing Strange" may be an L.A. story, rising from an appealing chapter in the history of L.A.âs indie-rock scene, but until now the hometown public has had to settle for the original cast CD and reports echoing from stages in......
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 24 - 30, in PDF format This week's TV Movies LOCAL HERO: Recorded for television by Spike Lee, 'Great Performances: Passing Strange' tells the story of a young man......
L.A. NOWThe Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in West Hollywood canceled classes Monday after a car crashed through the wall of the renowned performing arts school on Santa Monica Boulevard. No one was injured in the Friday afternoon accident near......
Culture MonsterEars sometimes take a while to catch up. Stephen Sondheim, after success as lyricist for "West Side Story" and "Gypsy," was 32 in 1962 when he achieved the dream of reaching Broadway with a show for which he had written......
In the real Orange County, not everyone ends up living in their custom-built home. The intended family residence of actress Kristin Cavallari has come on the market at $13.95 million in Three Arch Bay, a gated Laguna Beach community. Cavallari was...
The Palm Springs house of sitcom writer-director-producer David Lee has come on the market at $5,995,000 in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood. The renovated 1963 tennis estate, designed by architect Donald Wexler for Dinah Shore, sits on 1.3 acres. The 7,...
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Times Staff WriterJanuary is different in Southern California. While much of the country is frozen over, it's growing season here. Unscorched by the wan light of winter, fresh growth dusts the chaparral and woodlands. It's as if someone has been at the countryside with a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLike the drink whose virtues it describes, the documentary "All in This Tea" is brisk and agreeable, a handcrafted ode to the brew that is the beverage of choice where the Chinese, among many others, are concerned. Doing the brewing this time is...
Tags: Movies, China, Werner Herzog, Documentary (genre), Entertainment
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMAN does not live by sushi alone. You'd never know it, though, from the way sushi bars pack them in all over the Southland. There is, however, much more to Japanese cuisine than spicy tuna rolls and yellowtail sashimi washed down with chilled sake or Diet...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRestaurant diners -- when they can make themselves heard above the blaring music from a chef's iPod playlist, the clatters and shouts from an open kitchen, and the roar of the cocktail drinkers in an adjacent lounge -- are talking about restaurant noise...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDavid Lee, 18, figures he'll spend $400 to $450 to participate in an annual rite of spring -- the senior prom. And he's only half of the equation. While Lee picks up the tab for the prom, dinner and limo, his date is likely to shell out an equal amount...
Saturday, Dec. 4 TOURNAMENTS BEAUMONT Championship Banning 65, Chaparral 61 Mu'Adeed Abdul-Aziz had 26 points and was named the tournament MVP for Banning (4-0). Bert Whittington had 15 points and Taylor Griley added 14 points for Chaparral (3-1)....
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