Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me—whichopens Friday, March 14, at La Jolla Village Cinemas—is so interesting partly because it juxtaposes its central subject’s wrecking-ball attitude with her nostalgic memories of the past.
This year's Oscar gambit has been especially seedy. The whole Woody Allen vs. Mia Farrow throwdown has been a black eye for Cate Blanchett, although she still looks to be the favorite in the Best Actress category for her viperous turn in Blue Jasmine.
Stylistically simple and ideologically frank, The Monuments Men is refreshingly old-fashioned; some might even call it naïve, depicting through a rosy lens a horrific conflict that claimed millions of lives.
Paper artist draws with a knife, intricately creating unique narrative tales
Bhavna Mehta figured out that her No. 1 objective with her art is storytelling. With each piece, the India-born artist strives to share narratives about what it means to be an immigrant in the United States.
San Diego artist and professor leaves behind impactful art and a standout approach to education
Ernest Silva's Facebook page has been transformed into an emotional online memorial. The artist died last week, and the page has since been filling up with comments posted by students, colleagues, fans and others.
The eccentric actor and filmmaker is actually a pretty nice guy
CityBeat published a somewhat snarky piece in this week's paper, cautiously recommending that people check out actor Crispin Glover's upcoming film screenings and live performance. In it, I say Glover...