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Theater review: “Bark! The Musical!”

If you gathered up all of the musicals that the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities has produced during its almost 20 years, and you put them into one great big pile, “Bark! The Musical!” would be the runt of the litter. All bark; no bite. There isn’t a story or plot, but rather […]

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Curtain calls: Pacific Stages Premier

“I had a lot of the same preconceived notions about Los Angeles that a lot of New Yorkers have,” says Jeryll Adler, “which is that it is a vast intellectual wasteland. But as a friend of mine said, ‘That’s what they say to keep people from coming here.’ Once you get here, you discover it’s […]

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Old World, new approach

“I’ve had a lifelong interest in mythology,” says Seamus Ryan. “[Unlike] other photographers who just take pictures, I imagine a picture first, then I take a lot of pictures to create the picture I want. With this one” – and he points to “The World Tree,” a coastal view with ravens – “I knew I […]

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Colorful art by Sasha Marie Barnard is on view Saturday in Manhattan Beach

Colorful art by Sasha Marie Barnard is on view Saturday in Manhattan Beach

“The shining light of angels empowers me to see revealed mastery in every texture, shape or form that I encounter… God’s light energizes me so that I may inspire others.”

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“Drawings by Rembrandt and His Pupils: Telling the Difference”

“Drawings by Rembrandt and His Pupils: Telling the Difference”

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Pennywise singer Jim Lindberg leaves to pursue his own projects

Singer Jim Lindberg leaves Pennywise to pursue his own projects while guitarist Fletcher Dragge vows that the group will carry on, find a new vocalist, and tour more often. “What it comes down to at the end of the day,” says Fletcher Dragge, “is that we want to tour more than Jim does. That’s the […]

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