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  • Like many individuals, and like governments across the nation, the city of Los Angeles is facing a budget deficit. Estimated to be more than $200 million, it's growing by the day the City Council deliberates on taking action. Correspondent Judy Muller says the city has faced shortfalls before. But this one is different. Then, L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez  introduces us to Wendy...

  • ... California Arts:Stop by LAXART on Saturday, September 11 , between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and watch L.A.-based artist and filmmaker ... Convergences: New Sculptural Media on Saturday, September 11 , 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. presented by NewTown. The ambitious show features ...
  • ... It's like a movie, but out in the open...Monday, October 11 LA's master of collage animation Lewis Klahr will present a selection of ... "Dreaming Over the Flux of Things Past" on Monday, October 11 at 8:30 p.m. Klahr captures the essence of an aesthetics in transition, ...
  • ... event slated for Thursday, September 16, from 8:00 - 11 :00 p.m. If you can't make it then, you have until October 16 to experience ...
  • ... at 8:30 p.m.Saturday, November 6 AFI Fest (November 4 - 11 ) presents a delightful pair of black-and-white beauties Saturday night, ... including his 1970 piece What Are You Looking At? and his 2010 continuous take high definition study of liquid light projections. ...
  • ... filmmaker Janie Geiser's mesmerizing "The Red Book," an 11 -minute animated collage centered on memory, language and loss. The show ...
  • "Los Angeles is most beautiful when seen in a close-up," says Thom Andersen, who provides this intimate view of the city in his new film "Get Out of the Car" screening on Monday night at REDCAT.
  • ... Flux screening at the Hammer Museum.Saturday, December 11 Part 2 of the TBA A Group Video Exhibition in 7 Parts show at the ... produced with the Pixelvision camera in two different shows at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at the Unurban Coffeehouse, 3301 Pico Blvd, ...
  • ... its job? A six-month long investigation by SoCal Connected shows that many of the inspectors who enforce California's worker safety laws ...
  • We all recognize the sacrifices of those who serve in the military and fight in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Less appreciated are the struggles of their families. L.A. Times' Steve Lopez shares the stories of military wives struggling to keep house and home together, while worrying about the fate of their husbands in far-away war zones. Then correspondent John Larson tells the poignant...

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