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ENTERTAINMENT
January 16, 2004 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
Smart and stylish, "Disney's Teacher's Pet" is one family film that has appeal for adults as well as children. With a stellar cast of familiar voices, sharp dialogue and a clutch of lively Broadway-style songs, the film's animation style is edgy and minimal, which imbues it with unexpected freshness and immediacy. It opens with a clip of "Pinocchio," in which the Blue Fairy is singing "When You Wish Upon a Star."
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HOME & GARDEN
November 28, 2009
A sampling of home-themed pop-up shops in Southern California this season: Alessi: An assortment of the Italian company's iconic kitchenware, including tea kettles, glassware, barware and serving pieces. Also a small selection of holiday figurines. Fashion Island, Suite 1085, 401 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach; (949) 287-0231; www.alessi.com. Closing Dec. 31. Gifty: Ceramics made by local artists, handcrafted jewelry. Staged within the furniture store Ten 10, 1724 1/2 Silver Lake Blvd.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 11, 2007 | Lynne Heffley
GRAFFITI BARS, chocolate-coated confections wrapped in street cool art, will sport signature works by legends of New York's 1970s "graff-scene": Blade, Crachee, Crash, Crime 79, the late Dondi, Dr. Revolt, Iz the Wiz, Lady Pink, Spar One and Voice of the Ghetto (Stay High 149) "We said, 'Hey, want to make a candy wrapper?' " said Alison Nelson, owner of the Chocolate Bar, a New York boutique candy store. The artists approached went along, though many of them -- including Crachee, a.k.a.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 9, 2000 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
World-renowned artist and illustrator Gary Baseman's edgy cartoon noir art can be found in everything from Rolling Stone and Mother Jones to the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times. Now fans can follow him to Saturday morning cartoon-land. Baseman's visually mind-blowing new animated series, "Disney's Teacher's Pet," debuts today.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 23, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
Building on the success of its YouTube channel, MOCAtv -- which features original documentaries, interviews with artists and an animated series and has more than 150,000 subscribers internationally -- the Museum of Contemporary Art is broadening its digital reach. On Wednesday, MOCA launched a new membership campaign, “Art is for You,” aimed at a digitally savvy audience. The campaign “is designed to appeal directly to a broad local and international audience actively participating in contemporary visual culture through social media channels,” the museum said in a statement.
MAGAZINE
March 15, 1998 | Daniel Nussbaum
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NEWS
August 30, 2013 | By Ellen Olivier
Appropriately enough, the award-winning recording artist Moby, nicknamed for his ancestor Herman Melville's great white whale, joined the Young Literati 's party Thursday to read to the group from the classic American novel. "My dad gave me the name 10 minutes after I was born," said Moby, who is actually named Richard Melville Hall. Calling the nickname ironic, owing to his tiny size at the time, he later said, “I don't think that either of my parents thought that 47 years later, I would still be saddled with my infant joke nickname.” Other “readers” at the Annenberg Beach House in Santa Monica included actor Colin Hanks, of “Dexter,” “Orange County” and “Parkland”; author Mark Z. Danielewski of “House of Leaves” and “Only Revolutions”; and author Attica Locke of “The Cutting Season” and “Black Water Rising.” Dhani Harrison, son of the late Beatle George Harrison, and his band, thenewno2, came to perform, while artist Shepard Fairey served as the night's DJ. The cocktail party celebrated Amanda Fairey's new role as chair of Young Literati -- a support group for the Library Foundation of Los Angeles -- which is targeted at Angelenos in their 20s, 30s and 40s.  Previously, Amanda and her husband had been honorary chairs.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 20, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
MOCA is taking comedy seriously these days. On Thursday evening, the museum held a cocktail reception and “world premiere” screening of a new Web comedy series debuting on MOCAtv, the YouTube channel it launched just more than a year ago. “Ambiance Man,” created and directed by artist Alix Lambert, follows a taken-for-granted superhero, in renaissance garb, who does not aim to save the world but rather to make it a more pleasant place,...
NEWS
June 17, 2004 | Susan King
50 First Dates Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore Columbia TriStar, $29 DVDs have become an advertising tool -- replete with previews of features, DVDs and video games. But on the digital edition of Adam Sandler's hit, there is actually a plug for his latest album, which arrives this summer. The good news is that you can skip the promo. Though one can't say that "50 First Dates" is a good movie, it is far better than most of Sandler's vehicles.
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