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The Huntington turns 100: She’s grand, she’s beautiful, she’s lively

The Huntington turns 100: She’s grand, she’s beautiful, she’s lively

Healthy and attractive at 100 “1919” – The Huntington kicks off its centennial celebration by Bondo Wyszpolski On August 30, 1919, Henry and Arabella Huntington signed the trust document “that would transform their property into a public institution,” which is to say “a free public library, art gallery, museum and park.” Although it didn’t formally […]

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South Bay arts calendar for October 3 to 9

South Bay arts calendar for October 3 to 9

Thursday, October 3 On the big screen The “8th Annual San Pedro International Film Festival” takes place this weekend in downtown San Pedro, beginning at 5 p.m. with a Festival Lounge Reception at Arches (on Sixth St.) that features the art of Katrina Vanderlip, Steve Shriver, and Rick Humphreys. “Easy Rider” is being shown at […]

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South Bay arts calendar – Sept. 26 to Oct. 2

South Bay arts calendar – Sept. 26 to Oct. 2

Friday, September 27 Don’t cry, come see it “Evita: In Concert” features music from “Evita,” with its Tony-winning score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It’s being performed at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Norris Theatre, 27570 Norris Center Drive, Rolling Hills Estates. Features the […]

 Jessie Lee Cederblom

ES schools – At the ES Museum of Art

ES schools – At the ES Museum of Art

Superintendent’s Roundtable

 Jessie Lee Cederblom

ES art – Art Walk’s end

ES art – Art Walk’s end

at least for now

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Betye Saar’s clocks are still ticking at 93

Betye Saar’s clocks are still ticking at 93

I’m in Love With the Sad One in the Corner “Betye Saar: Call and Response” on view at LACMA by Bondo Wyszpolski It’s evident that in the L.A. arts community Betye Saar is a living legend. Now 93 years old, Saar’s work is in the permanent collections of over 80 museums. She’s currently being honored […]

 Kevin Cody

Live Wire scores second Battle of the Bands victory, in Manhattan Beach

Live Wire scores second Battle of the Bands victory, in Manhattan Beach

Live Wire, a recently formed, South Bay band that takes its name from a Motley Crew song, won its second Battle of the Bands in as many months on Saturday, when it placed first in a competition to perform at the upcoming Manhattan Beach Hometown Fair.

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Play the game like your life depends on it, because it does

Play the game like your life depends on it, because it does

Trial and error “The Deadly Game” opens Saturday at Surf City Theatre in Hermosa Beach by Bondo Wyszpolski I would think that if your last name is Trapp, you’d be a little more careful about falling into one. But Howard Trapp (Jeremy Krasovic) clearly doesn’t know the first thing about not tempting fate. Surf City […]