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  • Theater review: 'In the Heights' at Pantages Theatre

     
    “In the Heights” won the 2008 Tony Award for best musical, undoubtedly earning points for congeniality in its underdog victory. If a sweeter, friendlier, more determinedly upbeat show has appeared on Broadway in the last few years, it carried the........
  • Elena Kagan? Elena Kagan. Most Americans can't say they know the name this morning

     
    C-SPAN poll finds country about evenly divided among those who like her, those who don't and those who don't care....
  • Obama sets another speech to fix the Arizona illegal immigrant situation

     
    The Democrat speaks Thursday as the nations his lawsuit against Arizona's new illegal immigrant law, which takes effect July 29....
  • Breaking down the Lakers' summer-league roster

     
    No. 4 Derrick Caracter, forward/center, 6-9, 275 pounds, Texas El Paso, rookie Outlook: Caracter, whom the Lakers selected with their 58th pick, said he dropped from 305 pounds to 277 after his career with the Miners because of more sleep and selective...
  • Football: Moorpark comes out of summer hiding

     
    Moorpark, another top team from the strong Marmonte League, has been largely missing in action this summer. Coach Tim Lins had his team take its mandatory break early in the summer, so getting the chance to see the Musketeers Friday......
  • Jeremy Lin would help Lakers even if it complicates their backcourt

     
    It only took a strong showing in the Las Vegas Summer League to create enough buzz to get Lakers fans excited. But that's what happens when Jeremy Lin of the Dallas Mavericks held his own against No. 1 draft pick John Wall, the Lakers need to bolster...
  • New DreamWorks book on what went wrong: 'The whole company's mandate was: Give Steven what he wants'

     
    As I read Nicole LaPorte's lively new history of DreamWorks, "The Men Who Would Be King," I found myself transported to a time long, long ago, an era so far gone that when DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg once complained to......
  • Book review: 'Missing a Beat: The Rants and Regrets of Seymour Krim' collected by Mark Cohen

    Book review: 'Missing a Beat: The Rants and Regrets of Seymour Krim' collected by Mark Cohen
    Missing a Beat The Rants and Regrets of Seymour Krim Edited and with an introduction by Mark Cohen Syracuse University Press: 296 pp., $29.95 We hear a disproportionate amount from the writers who "made it." The ones who hustled, stroked the right...
  • Astral Weeks: It's 11:11, do you know where you are?

    Astral Weeks: It's 11:11, do you know where you are?
    Matt Kindt's new graphic novel, the grimly topsy-turvy "Revolver" (Vertigo: 192 pp., $24.99), starts with the sort of 9/11 nightmare that's become a permanent feature of our headspace. In a nameless Midwestern city, a hungover Sam reports to his dismal...
  • The Kushner effect, an angel in American playwriting

    The Kushner effect, an angel in American playwriting
    Few plays have affected me as viscerally as "Angels in America." I can still recall my state of mind in the theater, having traveled to New York from New Haven, where I was in graduate school, to see both parts ("Millennium Approaches" and "Perestroika")...
  • Dark Passages: Real estate noir

    Dark Passages: Real estate noir
    Though I write for this West Coast newspaper, I live in New York City. That means, like a lot of dwellers of the five boroughs, I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about real estate, whether griping about too-high rents for tiny...