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  • Album review: Bon Jovi's 'The Circle'

     
    "Who's gonna work for the working man?" wonders Jon Bon Jovi on the new album by the long-running outfit that bears his name. Well, Bon Jovi is up to the job: On "The Circle" this band of Jersey boys makes......
  • Datebook: events, classes, exhibits for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 50 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. L....
  • Theater review: 'Saturn Returns' at South Coast Repertory

     
    In “Saturn Returns,” which opened Friday at South Coast Repertory, playwright Noah Haidle takes his inspiration from the heavens, structuring his play in 30-year intervals to reflect the time it takes Saturn to return to its position at the moment.......
  • Happy birthday, Tall Man! 'Phantasm' turns 30

     
    Originally released in 1979, the cult gem "Phantasm," about a pair of brothers and an ice cream vendor who run afoul of the mysterious, cemetery-raiding Tall Man, has all the hallmarks of a trippy independent production from that era. It......
  • Sewage spill closes swath of Long Beach coast

     
    A portion of the Long Beach coast was off limits to swimmers this morning because of a sewage spill. According to authorities, the coastline between 3rd Place near downtown Long Beach and the Belmont Pier near Belmont Shore is closed......
  • 25 delectable dining deals

    25 delectable dining deals
    There are deals, and then there are delicious deals. But sometimes it's tricky to distinguish between the two when restaurants' offers of "buy one, get one free" and "half-price on Wednesdays" are as commonplace as tuna tartare or beet salad. This is...
  • The toast of the coast

    The toast of the coast
    The Shore, as locals call it, is a Long Beach neighborhood known for its sunny vibe and the 250 or so businesses lining 2nd Avenue, including eateries, boutiques, and a vibrant night-life mix of bars, pubs, restaurants and live-music venues that keep...
  • Pull on up to the pull-up

    Pull on up to the pull-up
    Big, burly bodybuilders generally don't do them. Neither do little old blue-haired ladies. Nor does anyone in between. That's because, as strength training goes, the pull-up, the king of the back exercises, is quite difficult. But the benefits of this...
  • John Malkovich's 'Seduction and Despair' project

    John Malkovich's  'Seduction and Despair' project
    John Malkovich has a killer's look in his eyes. As he methodically paces the room, the actor fixes his unblinking stare on his latest victim -- a young soprano with luminous skin and an innocent face. Savoring the moment, Malkovich approaches the...
  • No cabin, but it's cozy

    It's been two years since my wife, Iris, and I bought our 40 acres in the mountains with an old blue railroad coach on it. Most weekends we can barely wait to make the two-hour drive to our little piece of paradise. It's our personal private park,...