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Shakespeare, Moličre, musical romps, contemporary classics, comedies of all Jordi Galcerán's descriptions, cutting-edge new work — theater in Southern California is varied, plentiful and far-flung, from the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and...
During a weak economic environment, purchasing a piece of fine art is perhaps not high on most folks’ priority list. While that is understandable, it should also be acknowledged that this is, in fact, a great time to purchase, own and enjoy a...
When you're on your own, you can either be the tiger or the rabbit — the opportunist or the victim. A long time ago, Robert Standlee chose to be the tiger. He would mold life the way he wanted; he would make the most of the fortune that came his...
We're lucky to get one family in this life that's willing to push us when we're frustrated, when the odds are piled so highly against us that we just don't fight any more. Our families can be that wave that sends us tumbling onto the dry shore when we...
San Fernando Valley roundup: Tea party group supports Northridge Chick-fil-A, Famed art directors' paintings on display in North HollywoodGood morning, readers. Today is Thursday, Aug. 2. The art directors behind "West Side Story" and "North by Northwest" also painted watercolors. The work of Robert F. Boyle and Boris Levin is currently on display at Gallery 800 at the Lankershim Arts...
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My brother and I were the best of friends when we were in elementary school in Burbank during the mid 1960s. But that changed after I started Muir Middle School and went on to Burbank High School in the '70s. We barely saw one another, even though the...
In an increasingly complex world, art can be that one thing to slow it all down and make you forget about the hate and vitriol pouring out of the TV, the radio, the Internet. Everywhere. Enter the lofty yet noble vision of Connie Towns Burr and Bruce...
Tags: Fine Artists, Facebook, Artists, Arts and Culture
Otto Jensen, a 101-year-old photographer whose studio was a staple on Olive Avenue, was struck and killed by 91-year-old driver Tuesday night in Burbank, police said. Jensen, who reportedly shot stars and cast photos for Hollywood studios over the years,...
Tags: Photography, Arts and Culture
Those who knew Otto Jensen — the 101-year-old Burbank photographer who was struck and killed by a 91-year-old driver Tuesday night — were in a state of shock and mourning this week as they recalled a man who was as much a devoted volunteer...
The dry-cleaning business at Alameda and Pass avenues has been known as Milt & Edie’s since 1995 although Milt and Edie Chortkoff have been in business there since 1989. Now, there’s more to catch the eye than mere hot pink trim and window...
Tags: Culture, Fine Artists, Artists, Arts and Culture, Ceremonies
Burbank police plan to turn over their investigation of a 91-year-old woman whose car struck and killed a popular photographer last month to prosecutors for review. The woman, Mary Beaumont, was questioned and released at the scene on May 22 after her...
This post has been updated. See note below. The Burbank City Council on Tuesday adjourned their meeting in memory of Otto Jensen, a long-time Burbank resident and photographer who died after he was struck by a vehicle last month. The 101-year-old Jensen...
Tags: Photography, Arts and Culture, New York City
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