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Birds on a wire multiply overhead

December 10, 2006

Threads from the never-ending conversation. Links to all items appear on the Web at latimes.com/heard.

An avian invasion of sorts has been quietly taking place on the streets of Los Angeles. Will Campbell at Metroblogging Los Angeles (blogging.la) tracked down the artist for a Q&A about the cute bird-shaped cutouts hanging from wires at busy intersections throughout the city. Earlier mentions appear on Franklin Avenue blog, Montecito Heights, Above the City and L.A. Brain Terrain.

The dedicated members of the Furious Theatre Company shed light on what it means when the theater goes dark for a night. Think makeup by flashlight.

The Groundlings have posted on YouTube a

David Blaine spoof from their show "Groundlings for a Thousand, Alex!," which resumes performances in January. (Note: Clip contains profanity.)

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Tuesday December 12, 2006 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 30 words Type of Material: Correction
Bird cutouts: In Sunday's Calendar section, the photograph accompanying an article about bird-shaped cutouts being hung from telephone wires around L.A. should have been credited to Will Campbell at www.blogging.la.
For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday December 17, 2006 Home Edition Sunday Calendar Part E Page 2 Calendar Desk 1 inches; 31 words Type of Material: Correction
Birds photograph: In last Sunday's Calendar section, the photograph accompanying a story about bird-shaped cutouts being hung from telephone wires around L.A. should have been credited to Will Campbell at www.blogging.la.

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