- The GuardianNov 23 08:24 AM
Your space to discuss the books you are reading and what you think of them Are you on Instagram? Then you can be featured here by tagging your books-related posts with #GuardianBooks Scroll down for our favourite literary links Read more Tips, links and suggestions blogs Welcome to this week’s blog – it’s great to be back. Here’s a roundup of your comments and photos from last week , including a...
- The Jewish Journal of Greater Los AngelesOct 29 06:09 PM
Call it the first Uber opera. Performed live in 24 limos, Yuval Sharon’s “Hopscotch,” which opens Oct. 31 and is scheduled to run through Nov. 15, is loosely inspired by Julio Cortazar’s 1963 stream-of-consciousness novel of the same name.
- Los Angeles TimesNov 02 04:21 AM
Was it Buckminster Fuller who said that when something was supposed to be impossible, that told him what to do? By now the opera world and a remarkably sizable segment of social and other media without the slightest interest in opera have credited director Yuval Sharon — mastermind of Los Angeles'...
- Arab News via Yahoo Maktoob NewsOct 29 11:37 PM
The event, dubbed the “Cultural Latin-American Night”, was attended by the ambassadors of Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela in the presence of some members of the royal family and officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “The main purpose of this meeting is to enhance the knowledge of our countries by the Saudi people in order to promote bilateral relations ...
- Los Angeles TimesNov 21 03:41 AM
Does Los Angeles need a true center, a downtown in the traditional sense? How about a reasonable facsimile of one, something just plausible enough to fool the visitors from out of town? Would that do the trick? These questions, typically bouncing from sincerity to exasperation and back again, have...
- Los Angeles TimesNov 08 12:52 AM
I'm Kelly Scott, the arts and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times. A computer controlled artificial deluge, back-seat opera, simulated whale hunting - it's been an unconventional stretch for the arts scene. It's a good thing you have the Times arts critics and writers to tell you about it....
- The Wall Street JournalNov 11 02:05 PM
Unconventional in more ways than one, a new show takes place in cars and undisclosed locations around Los Angeles.
- StuffNov 21 08:48 AM
Buenos Aires, fabled for its prized beef, luscious malbec and fiery tango, is also home to superb markets. Unlike so many places in the world, they're not your standard circus of mass-produced, overpriced, tacky tourist fare, but handcrafted, quality goods, sold at stalls mostly manned by the artisans themselves.
- Arab NewsOct 29 03:34 PM
PROMOTING GOODWILL AND UNDERSTANDING: Latin-American ambassadors during the Cultural Latin-American Night. (AN photo by Abdul Hannan Tago)
- The Manila TimesOct 27 06:35 AM
Spanish novelist Luisgé Martín will be in Manila from November 9 to 14 for the “Encuentros en la literature” (Encounters in Literature) program. Organized by the De La Salle University (DLSU) Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center (BNSCWC) and Instituto … Read more »
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