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July 15, 1985 | JOHN VOLAND, Voland, a recent graduate of the University of Iowa, is a Times intern. and
Amid the glitter of sequins, the constant light bursts of television cameras and flashbulbs, and the electrified Latino syncopations pulsing out from the all-star orchestra, some notable Latino entertainers Friday night received the 15th annual brace of Golden Eagle Awards, given by Nosotros, the Latino entertainment consortium.
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December 4, 1993 | BENJAMIN EPSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If a depiction in flamenco of the birth of Jesus seems an unlikely mix, the diversity of Dance Espana's "Navidad Flamenca"--coming to Fullerton tonight and to Costa Mesa Dec. 12--doesn't stop there: The show combines Middle Eastern costumes, a Greek chorus, New Mexican folk lyrics, medieval ecclesiastical drama, ancient Hebrew rituals, Spanish songs and English narration by angels. And then there's the flamenco itself.
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February 1, 2001
"Making Time: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video and Film," a traveling exhibition opening Sunday at the UCLA Hammer Museum, explores how video artists use consciousness of time as the subject or material in their work. How do artists reconfigure time? Think of time in video and film as what light is to painting.
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May 10, 1992 | JANICE ARKATOV, Janice Arkatov is a regular contributor to Westside/Valley Calendar
"Flamenco is a dance form you can do into your old age," performer-choreographer Roberto Amaral maintains. "It's not like ballet, which has a high level of technical involvement. Flamenco is more than technique: It's heart, soul and emotion. It's a way of life." It's also very popular. January's Sunday afternoon flamenco series at the Fountain Theatre "was an enormous success," said Deborah Lawlor, the theater's artistic producing director. "We had to turn away 300 people."
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March 15, 1996 | JOSE ANTONIO BURCIAGA, Jose Antonio Burciaga is a muralist and writer in Carmel Highlands, Calif. He is the son of the late Jose Cruz Burciaga and father of Jose Antonio "Tono" Burciaga Jr., an up-and-coming musico
Whoa! Did I hear somebody take my name in vain again? Pat Buchanan, in front of Dios y todos, said, "Jose, we ain't gonna let you in again!" Buchanan has consistently, and with disrespect, used the name Jose as a catchword for all Mexicanos. Well! Senor Booshanan, as my father-in-law calls you, I want to clarify a few things. Numero uno, as we say en espanol: Aqui estamos y no nos vamos (we're here and we ain't leaving).
NEWS
May 21, 1992 | MARY LOU LOPER
Longtime Music Center supporter David H. Murdock has issued a $200,000 challenge to patrons of the premiere fund-raiser L.A. Alive!, "The L.A. Dinner Party," June 6. At a kickoff in the Brentwood home of U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Rockwell Schnabel and wife Marna, Music Center president Esther Wachtell revealed Murdock will match the profits of the party he and his new bride Maria Ferrer will host at their Bel-Air home.
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April 18, 1992 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like millions of other Jews, American modern-dance pioneer Sophie Maslow was horrified by film footage of the Holocaust that emerged after World War II. The tragedy awakened a desire to learn more about her heritage, however, which led her to the stories of Sholom Aleichem. Aleichem (1859-1916), a Russian Jew who came to the United States in 1914, wrote with humor about daily life in his homeland and the plight of poverty-stricken fellow immigrants.
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January 12, 1992 | SUE FACTER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
L ate in the afternoon on bullfight days, the sun slants menacingly against the irregular geometry of Andalusian villages. The air is charged with excitement, and in the distance, a flamenco guitar can be heard, softly at first . Soon, the music is louder and raspier and cruel . . . . Can't make it to southern Spain for flamenco? On weekends, there's "Flamenco at the Fountain"--that's the Fountain Theatre, a small Equity theater in Hollywood.
NEWS
April 30, 1992 | MARY LOU LOPER
Before the heat really rises, Angeleno party planners are packing in the galas. It's not uncommon for half a dozen biggies to be scheduled on one night. For instance, May 9. The 39th annual SHARE (Share Happily and Reap Endlessly) Boomtown Party featuring Broadway showstoppers Carol Channing, Tyne Daly and George Hearn will command Stage 3 of the CBS/MTM Studios. Rosemarie Stack chairs.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 1988 | EILEEN SONDAK
San Diego is home to a broad spectrum of exotic art forms. Unfortunately, many never make their way to the formal concert stage. They exist in relative obscurity among the underground fringe, surfacing only sporadically for nightclub engagements or public gatherings. Escola de Samba Sol E Mar Samba Band, an instrumental group that thrives on the relentless rhythms of Rio de Janeiro, is a prime example. The musicians in this carnival samba band have been playing together about four years.
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