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  • Stage Review: Shades of temptation at the workplace

    Stage Review: Shades of temptation at the workplace
    In Ken Levine’s agile new romantic comedy, “A or B?,” a world premiere at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, an interview for a high-powered job brings Abby and Ben together, but their immediate mutual attraction promises on-the-job complications: Can they ignore the attraction or give into it? And what will the result be in either case? Whatever happens, choices must be made.
  • Adding form to function: Artists turn Montrose utility boxes into works of art

    Adding form to function: Artists turn Montrose utility boxes into works of art
    There’s one artistic shape that Vicky Rees won’t outgrow — circles. The graphic designer/illustrator swayed her paintbrush back and forth on a plate of lavender paint Saturday. She stood at the corner of Ramsdell and Montrose avenues....

    Film Review: 'Birdman' flies high with stellar performances

    Film Review: 'Birdman' flies high with stellar performances
    I’ve spent much of my life as an editor, so let me get something off my chest. It’s hard to know which elements of the title of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s new film are his work and which come from some graphic designer. The ads call...

    Projects aim to improve pedestrian, traffic safety in Glendale

    Projects aim to improve pedestrian, traffic safety in Glendale
    Public works employees will start looking into implementing a new series of safety-improvement projects on local streets as well as education campaigns after an ongoing number of pedestrian-related fatalities that local officials have called unacceptable....

    'An extraordinary experience of freedom'

    'An extraordinary experience of freedom'
    In the beginning, not even Elliott Gould understood what director Robert Altman was doing. Gould was a young actor with just three movies on his resume back in 1969, and here he was on the set of a wartime comedy called “MASH,” with a...