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Joan Quinn portrait exhibit spotlights artist's champion

Joan Quinn portrait exhibit spotlights artist's champion

Like all creative types, artists often benefit from the largesse of others. Genuine patrons of the arts, though, are scarce these days.

'Vroom: The Art of the Motorcycle' exhibit on display at Forest Lawn cemetery

'Vroom: The Art of the Motorcycle' exhibit on display at Forest Lawn cemetery

One doesn’t expect to find collections of classic motorcycles in a graveyard.

The Huntington adds highlights to its American collection

The Huntington adds highlights to its American collection

Gainsborough's "Blue Boy," Thomas Lawrence's "Pinkie," landscapes by Constable and Turner: British art from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries will always be a hallmark of the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino.

DVD Review: 'The Raid 2' is ultraviolent

DVD Review: 'The Raid 2' is ultraviolent

Gareth Evans — writer/director of the 2012 Indonesian action film “The Raid: Redemption,” a surprising art-house hit — reunites with star Iko Uwais for this sequel.

Film Review: There's little fun to be had watching 'Sex Tape'

Film Review: There's little fun to be had watching 'Sex Tape'

Judd Apatow didn't direct “Sex Tape” — it's startling to realize that he's only directed four features — nor did he produce it or (as far as can be determined) foster, doctor, or massage it.

Dining Review: Pickles help form a more perfect Union

Dining Review: Pickles help form a more perfect Union

In the past decade, chefs have reached celebrity superstar status. Bruce Kalman has his credentials — winner of "Chopped" Season 15 and head chef at the Churchill.

Andy Klein Movie & DVD Reviews

L.A. Times Movie Reviews

Great cast but 'Very Good Girls' could be better

Screenwriter-turned-director Naomi Foner aims to capture what she calls "mythic" memories in her coming-of-age story "Very Good Girls." But little resonates as persuasive, let alone memorable, in the underwhelming sexual-awakening exploits of two Brooklyn friends. Despite a finely wrought lead performance by Dakota Fanning, the drama feels more like the stuff of a mild — and dated — YA novel than an involving exploration of female experience.

'Le Chef' cooks up a comic fairy tale about what feeds us

"Le Chef" — not to be confused with the current Jon Favreau gastro-hit "Chef" — is an amusing soufflĂ© of a comedy that pokes fun at foodies while honoring the art of those who cook for them.

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Read On: Following a dream is no secret

Read On: Following a dream is no secret

Anyone who believes there isn't much television and film production going on in Glendale simply isn't paying attention. Certainly, ThiaMedia Studios has started to take hold as a permanent fixture...