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December 17, 1994
The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano has added the following shows: dada (Jan. 14), Israeli rock singer David Broza (Jan. 30) and a second show with The Church (Feb. 5). . . . New to the schedule at the Galaxy Concert Theatre in Santa Ana is Gato Barbieri (Jan. 27). . . . B.J. Thomas returns to the Crazy Horse Steak House in Santa Ana on Jan. 16.
February 9, 1987
Timothy Benson has been named associate curator of the County Museum of Art's Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies. Benson's area of expertise is the early 20th-Century Berlin Dada movement within the broader context of German Expressionism. Benson previously served as assistant professor of art at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where he taught modern art.
April 15, 1999
Dada All-Star Classic, Sunday, Pauley Pavilion, 5 p.m.--Leon Smith of Chicago King, Kareem Rush of Kansas City Pembroke and Marlon Parmer of Verbum Dei will play for the U.S. team against a squad of West Coast standouts that includes Joe Shipp of Fairfax, Gilbert Arenas of Van Nuys Grant and Julius Barnes of Rowland. There is also a Southern California all-star game at 3 p.m.
October 10, 1999
* Angelo Badalamenti, "The Straight Story" soundtrack, Windham Hill. * Eric Clapton, "Clapton Chronicles: The Best of Eric Clapton," Reprise. * Continental Drifters, "Vermilion," Razor and Tie. * Cowboy Junkies, "Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes," Valley Entertainment. * Mint Condition, "Life's Aquarium," Elektra. * Kenny Wayne Shepherd, "Live On," Giant. * Sonia Dada, "Lay Down and Love It Live," Calliope. * Youngbloodz, "Against Da Grain," LaFace/Arista.
February 17, 1988 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
You know how it is when you suddenly realize you've become stale and musty? That's the way I felt when I heard that KCBS Channel 2--in its relentless quest for credibility and integrity--had changed its news name to "Action News." Of course-- action! That's what's been missing from this column--electricity, a sense of movement and danger, a feeling of being on the edge. A friend of mine agreed. "You do a nice job," he said. "But you're not, you know, exciting.
March 31, 2014 | By David Ng
After a two-year stay, Marilyn Monroe is saying farewell to Palm Springs. "Forever Marilyn," the three-story-tall sculpture by artist Seward Johnson, will be dismantled this week so that the leggy tourist attraction can be shipped to its next location, the Grounds for Sculpture in central New Jersey. But there is already talk of bringing the blond bombshell back to Palm Springs -- permanently. Some local leaders believe the artwork embodies the city's glamorous history, and they want to purchase it. "We are determined to bring Marilyn back to us 'forever.'  It is where she belongs," said  Aftab Dada, chairman of PS Resorts, a local tourism organization that helped to pay for the sculpture's visit.
August 2, 2001
Fanny Brennan, 80, a painter of miniature surrealist still-lifes, died July 22 in New York City. Brennan was born in 1921 in Paris, and attended art school there in 1938. She met Dada poet Tristan Tzara, had her portrait drawn by Alberto Giacometti and taught Pablo Picasso how to play Chinese checkers. Brennan left Paris for New York, where she worked for Harper's Bazaar magazine and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her paintings usually were 3 or 4 inches across.
August 23, 2001
Pop Music 8pm Guitarist-singer Michael Gurley and drummer Phil Leavitt, formerly of the art-rock group dada, have formed a new group, Butterfly Jones, put out a debut album, "Napalm Spring," and are on a tour that stops tonight at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano. The group tries to look forward and backward simultaneously with its "soulful neo-psychedelia" that weds hallucinogenic British rock melodies and introspective lyrics.
September 5, 1992
The Emmy show was the most discourteous display of garbage from the so-called entertainment industry that has ever been thrust upon the viewing public. This was not the time nor place for partisan politics. Nor was it the stage for banishing "Major Dad"--a show that they obviously did not deem politically correct. The cultural elite have developed an oversized opinion of their power and influence. They feel that they are adored. I can assure them that they are not. The cultural elite have now become the cultural trash and should be afforded respect accordingly.
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