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Culture MonsterA UNESCO report has identified serious problems with Pompeii, including structural damage to buildings, vandalism and a lack of qualified staff. Authorities in China have agreed to artist Ai Weiwei's request to review a $2.4 million fine imposed by the...
24 FramesA Luis Bunuel retrospective and a tribute to the real-life hero of the film "Hugo" are among this week's highlights....
Show Tracker"Mad Men": Betty has grown since we last saw her, but in all the wrong ways....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Physics of Imaginary Objects Tina May Hall University of Pittsburgh Press: 160 pp., $24.95 In hard times, as you well know, fewer risks are taken when it comes to potential profit and potential loss. In the publishing world, this means less...
Tags: Social Issues, Edgar Allan Poe, Poetry, Crimes, Fiction
Culture MonsterHer post-"Will & Grace" television career may not have gone as smoothly as planned (a syndicated talk show bearing her name was canceled in 2007 after only a few months on the air), but Megan Mullally seems to be on......
Jacket CopyOur mini review of "The House on Salt Hay Road" by Carin Clevidence, a novel published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Family. War. Weather. The long, golden summer light of Fire Island, N.Y. The marshes and fields of the Great......
Jacket CopyThe Library of America, the nonprofit publishing house dedicated to creating an in-print library of editions of America's greatest works, launched its first blog Friday. Called Reader's Almanac, it focuses on joining the current online discussions that...
L.A. at HomeSusanna Salk, author of the new book "Room for Children," is a former special projects editor at House & Garden and author of "A Privileged Life: Celebrating WASP Culture." So it should come as no surprise that her sensibility veers refreshingly away from...
Times Staff WriterTHOM and Leslie Beers are possessed, though in no way like Linda Blair or Emily Rose. The couple does not talk in tongues or levitate, but their Sherman Oaks home speaks in an elevated vernacular of its own. An ode to Craftsman and Age of Aquarius arts...
Tags: Anthony Quinn, Arts, Peter Max, Linda Blair, House and Home
Times Staff WriterNo one goes to Istanbul at Christmastime. No one but us. An American couple who occasionally display a stronger sense of adventure than sense. Like most tourists, we stayed in Sultanahmet, the peninsula where Byzantine emperors and Islamic sultans built...
Times Staff WriterCalifornia 133 doesn't look as though it means to go anyplace interesting after it leaves the San Diego Freeway about 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles and cuts into the stubby San Joaquin Hills. But suddenly the canyon it follows widens and the town of...
VarietyCount on Larry Kramer to tell you how it is. "I was surprised," he says, when he heard the Tony Awards had decided to give him its annual Isabelle Stevenson Award for significant contribution to humanitarian or charitable causes. "The establishment...
Tags: Men's Health, Government, Politics, Gays and Lesbians, Activism
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