Class of 2008—Each year I am asked to write a farewell to seniors
The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, which starts today and runs through Sunday in Hollywood, this year features a first-time screening of a newly restored print of Zorba the Greek, courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
The U.S. movie ticket broker Fandango Inc. announced Monday it has acquired Movies.com, a film content site formerly owned by the Walt Disney Internet Group.
Talk Radio by Eric Bogosian (now at the Met Theatre in Hollywood, Thursdays through Sundays until July 27) is not so much about talk radio–a recent explosive cultural phenomena on the American scene–as about an obsessed personality who uses his voice as a weapon, his wit as a whip, and his intelligence like an attack dog
Forget the tie, the power tools and the dorky slippers.
The Beverly Hills Little League Softball Minors Division champs Marlins won their first game in the single-elimination TOC this past weekend at La Cienega Park, beating the Malibu Little League champion Cubs 15-13.
The battle of the Wolfgangs continues, as Wolfgang Zwiener filed a countersuit in U.S. District Court claiming Wolfgang Puck breached a contract with his initial lawsuit filed against Zwiener
Madison Zeiss, a 14-year-old 9th grader at Pacific Hills School and Brennan Louie, a 16-year-old LACES student in the 10th grade, defeated foil fencers from three states to win the tournaments at the Pacific Coast Championships.