September, 2002
Archive

  • September 16, 2002 • Culture Dept.

    Phil’s Final Feat

    This marks the last year that the Phil will be in residence at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion before moving into the Walt Disney Concert Hall at Grand Avenue and First Street in Downtown. Despite the excitement of occupying the new Frank...

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  • September 9, 2002 • Culture Dept.

    That Gaseous Feeling

    Author and essayist Joan Didion suggests that creative types are born with a “pre-sentiment of loss.” This could explain Museum of Neon Art (MONA) Executive Director Kim Koga’s observation that, “Most artists have...

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  • September 9, 2002 • Culture Dept.

    Silver Lake Film Fest

    Silver Lake, that hip burg a stone’s throw from Downtown, is so clotted with entertainment industry types it’s a wonder that is hasn’t coalesced into one big studio back lot. Until it does, filmmakers and their fans can...

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