Entertainment

NEXT FEST Brings Sundance Hits ‘Lemon’ and ‘Gook’ to Los Angeles [MOVIE REVIEW]
 August 17, 2017  Special Contributor

NEXT FEST Brings Sundance Hits ‘Lemon’ and ‘Gook’ to Los Angeles [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Morgan and Ryan Rojas/www.cinemacy.com Every summer, the Sundance Film Festival brings a handful of films directly from Park City to Los Angeles to make…

Innovative local photographer Bob Witte

Innovative local photographer Bob Witte

Under the Radar Bob Witte gives depth and substance to traditional modes of photography by Bondo Wyszpolski The South Bay has many talented artists, but…

South Bay Art Calendar for August 17 to 23

South Bay Art Calendar for August 17 to 23

Thursday, August 17 Last one until next June The last of this summer’s three art walks in Smoky Hollow and downtown El Segundo takes place…

“The Fencer” – Stays there too long [MOVIE REVIEW]
 August 16, 2017  Neely Swanson

“The Fencer” – Stays there too long [MOVIE REVIEW]

“The Fencer,” the overly sincere “based on a true story” film about Endel Nelis, an Estonian fencing master who is forced to flee Leningrad after…

Meeson Pae Yang on view at SoLA Gallery

Meeson Pae Yang on view at SoLA Gallery

The Unseen made Visible Losing ourselves in the art of Meeson Pae Yang by Bondo Wyszpolski In 1998, when Meeson Pae Yang was a senior…

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South Bay arts calendar for August 10 to 16

South Bay arts calendar for August 10 to 16

Thursday, August 10 On their beat Ghost in the Machine, a tribute to Sting and The Police, performs from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Octagon on the Redondo Beach Pier. Free. More at redondopier.com. Happy Hour with History A presentation by the Hermosa Beach Sister City Association takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. […]

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Photographer Thomas Annan at the Getty

Photographer Thomas Annan at the Getty

A Guide to Certain Places that You’ll Never Find Thomas Annan: Photographer of Glasgow (through Sunday at the Getty) by Bondo Wyszpolski A few more days remain to catch or revisit this exhibition of work by Thomas Annan (1829-1887), whom the Getty’s Timothy Potts describes as “the preeminent photographer of Glasgow in the mid-nineteenth century.” […]

 Neely Swanson

“Whose Streets?” – Good question [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Whose Streets?” – Good question [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Whose Streets?” is a heartfelt and emotional documentary inspired by the aftermath of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri. Written and directed by Sabaah Folayan and co-directed by Damon Davis, the film vividly expresses the anger felt by African American communities everywhere faced with this and too many other similar incidents that […]

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