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  • ... currently on view at LAXART uncovers hidden storylines and local politics in a revised version of the 1964 film Lilith. ... given plenty to work with. Indeed, Heitzler's version shows Lilith and her lesbian lover walking by a theater several times; the ...
  • ... back up with a string of typically absurd Los Angeles stories . Most unfortunately, it's time to rethink your allegiance to the ... days, anyway, especially after the arrest of a Riverside local who decided it was a good idea to parade around in stolen military ...
  • Yeah, the L.A. Auto Show is back. But isn't there a certain redundancy to our fair city hosting it?
  • ... searching for an income source. Still, as far as local incompetence is concerned, it's kind of nice to see something ...
  • ... working lunches she hosted over the years. While local governments have been doing some budget belt-tightening, over at HACLA, ... the New York Times. A close look at Brown's receipts shows he had business meetings on two Saturday nights in October 2010, both ...
  • ... lure film studios both big and small. States and some local governments issue the incentives, which include cash rebates, tax ... Below are maps showing , for 2002 and then for 2009 , the states which offer some kind of financial incentive to movie ...
  • ... My Source , where we're inviting KCET viewers to share stories about their relationship to Los Angeles public television. You can ... Bureau of Mass Communications, creators of one my favorite shows growing up Vegetable Soup : ...
  • ... NO WALK IN THE PARK. MANY SIDEWALKS RESEMBLE OUR LOCAL FAULT LINES… WITH CRACKING, BUCKLING, AND BULGING CONCRETE ALMOST ...
  • KCET is recreating the moviegoing experience from the Golden Age of Hollywood and invites viewers to meet the original artists from the silver screen! Classic Cool Theater is a weekly 120-minute series, which will include a classic cartoon, a feature film, a newsreel, and a musical short. The weekly program debuts with Frank Capra's 1941 Academy Award Nominated film and all time Classic "Meet...

  • Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Lon Chaney, and Peter Lorre star in the 1947 "My Favorite Brunette," a spoof of detective, film noir films. Hope stars as a death row inmate who recounts his story to reporters.

    Cartoon: Popeye in "Private Eye"


    Newsreel:


    I. "Hollywood Elite Testify Before House Un-American Activities Committee"


    II. "The...

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