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  • Dining Review: New Theresa's inherits its namesake's best ingredients

    Dining Review: New Theresa's inherits its namesake's best ingredients
    Theresa Sprunk was a powerhouse back in the 1950s and ’60s. She had a career, raised a child, made her clothes and volunteered at numerous philanthropic organizations around Glendale. She was an integral part of the erstwhile Tuesday Afternoon Club and was even named the 1963 Junior Citizen of the Year. Her good deeds made such an impression on her daughter Rene Shea that after Sprunk’s death, Shea opened a restaurant in her name.
  • Stage Review: Holiday fare has a family focus

    Stage Review: Holiday fare has a family focus
    Fate, in the persons of one recently departed Jewish grandmother and a loopy delivery man, brings two lonely people together on Christmas Eve in the West Coast premiere of “Handle With Care,” a romantic comedy by Jason Odell Williams at the...

    Film Review: Stewart spies a new career with 'Rosewater'

    Film Review: Stewart spies a new career with 'Rosewater'
    When a performer from one world (such as TV) tries his hand at being an auteur in another (film), it's very easy to worry about egregious overreach. On the other hand, Jon Stewart isn't merely a comedian and late night host, he is very, very smart —...

    DVD Review: CGI puts chill on 'Iceman' redo

    DVD Review: CGI puts chill on 'Iceman' redo
    As Hong Kong directors and actors — John Woo, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-Fat, Jet Li and Maggie Cheung among others — migrated toward Western productions, there was still a lot of worthwhile talent ready to jump into their places. Among the...

    Film Review: 'Interstellar' stretches time and plausibility

    Film Review: 'Interstellar' stretches time and plausibility
    There are few things I find more gratifying than to have my faith in a favorite filmmaker once again renewed. Unfortunately, in the case of “Interstellar,” that filmmaker is Stanley Kubrick, not Christopher Nolan. Nolan's new movie is a...