What happens when a producer is given just a theme and a ridiculously short time-frame? It's a Radio Race! And the results were amazing.
Sep. 10, 2013
The eerie realism of Charles Baxter reaches an apotheosis in his new novel, “The Sun Collective.”
The old Cole Porter lyric popped into my head as I was watching a new and quite wonderful comedy called "The Climb."
from Film Reviews
The Slauson Rec Theater Company has turned a parking lot into a stage for their latest play, which is inspired by frontline workers and touches upon race and class.
from Greater LA
Artists respond to both the violence and loneliness of the pandemic. Paintings depict the past while imagining a future where order breaks down.
from Arts & Culture Stories
Nicole Krauss speaks about subconscious magic and realism combining through the art of writing, and her new book of short stories, “To Be a Man.”
LA Opera ’s first production since the coronavirus pandemic hit, “ The Anonymous Lover ,” was written by 18th century composer Joseph Bologne.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Mauro Javier Cárdenas discusses reimagining narrative possibilities with his new book, “Aphasia."
2020 has been a tough year for everyone. In this special episode of Left, Right & Center, host Keli Goff chats with creatives about how art changes minds and helps us cope.
from Left, Right & Center
This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with film critic and writer Glenn Kenny, whose new book “Made Men: The Story of Goodfellas” details the making of Martin Scorsese’s iconic…
from The Treatment