Lynda Barry’s Making Comics is a how-to graphic novel guide for people who gave up on drawing.
Nov. 21from Bookworm
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot although I am not technically a licensed pilot I do pilot a plane to takeoff. A real plane. Into the sky.
Nov. 20from Martini Shot
This week, artists use humor and cartoon characters to speak to deeper issues, talk about Michael Jackson, and approach diaspora in unique ways.
Nov. 19from Arts & Culture Stories
It’s been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Nov. 19from Design and Architecture
"L.A. Lights the Way" is a contest that calls for a new streetlight to replace the utilitarian standard street light pole currently installed in many areas in LA.
Now that Disney owns a majority stake in Hulu, the streaming service is seeing some changes, especially when it comes to content from FX.
Nov. 19from Screengrab
This week: check out e-cars with vroom at the LA Auto Show; meet the author of a book about the charismatic man behind the first LA Olympics; hear from the architect who is looking for…
Nov. 18from Design and Architecture
Movies about car racing sound like operas scored entirely for bassos. "Ford v Ferrari" fills that bill, but it also has significant things to say on a variety of worthy subjects.
Nov. 15from Film Reviews
Last year’s WWI documentary "They Shall Not Grow Old" gave new life to some very old film footage.
Nov. 15from The Business
Disney+ has been revealed. There are lots of subscribers , but how many are getting it for free through Verizon?
Disney+ has now been revealed. It was glitchy to start, but Disney says there's a good reason---10 million people signed up for the new streaming service
Nov. 15from Hollywood Breakdown
Jeanette Winterson’s Frankissstein: A Love Story is about time travel and body travel.
Nov. 14from Bookworm
This week, we look at an art show about the romance and challenges of fatherhood, paintings with digital influences, and a retail pop-up store in a gallery.
Nov. 14from Arts & Culture Stories
In his feature film directorial debut 'The Report', Scott Z. Burns applies his unique approach to look at the truth behind the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" after 9/11.
Nov. 14from The Treatment
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I decide to pitch a show that I’m pretty sure won’t ever get made, but I do like the title: "Liza Minelli, Private Detective."
Nov. 13from Martini Shot
A cancer researcher grows tired of euthanizing monkeys.
Nov. 13from Here Be Monsters
Outside of his music photography, Todd Gray examines the legacies of colonialism in Europe and Africa.
Nov. 13from Greater LA
Last week LACMA director Michael Govan and his supporters went before an LA city council committee to ask for the air rights over a portion of Wilshire Boulevard to be vacated.
Nov. 12from Design and Architecture
Dozens of fired museum employees and their supporters rallied last Friday outside the Marciano Art Foundation, the now-closed arts institution in a former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple…
At $7 a month, or free for Verizon customers, Disney+ seems like a steal. But unlike some of the other streaming services, it won't have a ton of new content upon debut.
Nov. 12from Screengrab