author, 'Hattie McDaniel Arrives at the Coconut Grove'
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Professor of English at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville; former Poet Laureate of the United States and Consultant to the Library of Congress (1993-1995)
Feb. 11, 2010
Jun. 23, 2005
Mar. 25, 2004
How Raymond Pettibon’s pandemic paintings made Gumby punk. Drawings made during the pandemic pull from pop culture. Two artists use ceramic glazes for sculptural effects.
from Arts & Culture Stories
Mauro Javier Cárdenas discusses reimagining narrative possibilities with his new book, “Aphasia."
This week, Kevin de León will be sworn in as a new member of the LA City Council. He’ll represent downtown, Boyle Heights, and parts of northeast Los Angeles.
from Greater LA
During the pandemic, the co-owners of downtown LA’s The Last Bookstore nearly ran out of money, laid off most of their staff, and closed their store.
from Greater LA
This week Elvis sits down with Misha Green, showrunner for HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.” Green is also the creator of the series “Underground,” which was broadcast on WGN America.
from The Treatment
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
In striking ways Aaron Sorkin's "The Trial of the Chicago 7 " is a docudrama for our time.
from Film Reviews
Geoffrey von Oeyen completed a dream house for his brother, only to see it destroyed by the Woolsey Fire two years ago.
from Design and Architecture
Fox News flourished under a Trump presidency, but trouble in paradise began on Election Night, when the network made an early call for Joe Biden to win Arizona.
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