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  • Pasadena church jazzes itself up

    Pasadena church jazzes itself up
    Jazz singer Denise Donatelli is an intimate performer. Her love songs, by virtue of her almost confessional medium dynamic and warm alto voice, have a rare intimacy. Emotion is something she deals out slowly, like cards in a poker game; each one puts...
  • Blu-ray may bring a grin to your face

    Blu-ray may bring a grin to your face
    Many years ago I put "Mr. Sardonicus" on my list of guilty pleasures. It's no longer on that list, not because it's gone down in my evaluation, but only because I no longer feel guilty. This 1961 bit of horror melodrama (based on Ray Russell's short...
  • DVD Review: 'Seven Psychopaths' falls short on extras

    DVD Review: 'Seven Psychopaths' falls short on extras
    For whatever reason, Martin McDonagh's “Seven Psychopaths” — one of the best films of last year — didn't find its audience. The poster was both blah and misleading, and it probably didn't help that this gun-rich, blood-soaked...
  • DVD Review: 'Lawrence of Arabia' looks great on Blu-ray

    DVD Review: 'Lawrence of Arabia' looks great on Blu-ray
    David Lean's 1962 “Lawrence of Arabia” is one of the most universally praised films ever made, and deservedly so. Nominated for 10 Oscars, winner of seven (including Best Picture), it has only grown better with time. The few aspects that might...
  • Two Glendale burglary suspects arrested

    A Glendale man and 17-year-old boy were arrested early Wednesday after a homeowner claimed they threatened him after being confronted while trying to break into his home, police said. Manuel Gomez, 23, and the teen — whose name wasn't released...
  • Music composers find whole new 'game' in industry

    As the demand for mobile gaming increases, music composers have found themselves questioning how their roles will change with technology. Will computers one day replace the need for a human’s touch to add thrill or emotion to a character’s...
  • Artists make an animated effort

    Artists make an animated effort
    BURBANK — Armed with a folder packed with sketches, 20-year-old Matthew Lewis was eager Saturday to get honest critiques of his drawings from industry experts at this year's animation expo. For Lewis, his folder of cartoon sketches represents...
  • Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation could be headed to Sony

    Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation could be headed to Sony
    DreamWorks Animation has decided not to distribute its own films after its longtime deal with Paramount Pictures expires this fall, and it may strike a new pact with Sony Pictures, according to people close to the negotiations not authorized to speak...
  • Art review: Syd Mead's believable, progressive futurism

    Art review: Syd Mead's believable, progressive futurism
    The Forest Lawn Museum retrospective exhibition of Syd Mead’s half-century career as designer, illustrator and artist is composed of more than just renderings of his curious futuristic inventions. Mead shapes a utopian future made believable. His...
  • Three arrested for car burglary

    Police arrested three people Saturday morning for allegedly stealing an iPad 2 and other pricey items from a parked car. Nicole Villegas, 26, Bryan Ochoa 18, and Pedro Orozco, 18, of Altadena were charged with burglary and taken to Glendale City Jail,...
  • Film review: Indonesian thriller is bloody good

    Film review: Indonesian thriller is bloody good
    Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, so it's not surprising that they have an indigenous film industry and, in fact, have had one since 1926. But you wouldn't know it around here. As far as I can determine, no Indonesian production...
  • Small Wonders: Can you tolerate a 'Merry Christmas?'

    Editor's note: While Patrick Caneday takes some time off, we’re running some of his choices for re-publication. This column was first published Dec. 5, 2009. Let me say something that may deeply offend many of you —something so insidious...