November 5, 2015

“SPECTRE” entertains on a massive scale – Los Angeles film review


Flashy car chases, colossal explosions, gorgeous International locations, hand-to-hand combat, glamorous women and dastardly villains — SPECTRE is the twenty-fourth movie in the acclaimed Bond
November 2, 2015

“Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams” now on exhibit at the Skirball – Los Angeles art photography review

Desolation. Deprivation. In a move that mirrored the incarceration of Jewish people, Gypsies, and numerous marginal groups into European concentration camps during World War II, the
October 30, 2015

A Living Exhibition’s Afterlife: I AM ART following Pierre Huyghe at LACMA

It’s been six months since Pierre Huyghe, a retrospective of the French artist, closed at LACMA. But the thing about having living elements in a gallery
October 28, 2015

“Hopscotch” – a unique, mobile opera traveling through East LA – Los Angeles opera review

Bold, ambitious and complex. A mobile opera for passengers in 24 limousines, where you sit opposite or next to the performers in transit. Hopscotch takes mini