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January 23, 2005 | Diane Haithman
The city-run Lankershim Arts Center in North Hollywood's NoHo Arts District remains home to the well-respected Road Theatre Company, headquartered in the modest 43-seat space upstairs, which is also available for rental.
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January 23, 2005 | Diane Haithman
The city-run Lankershim Arts Center in North Hollywood's NoHo Arts District remains home to the well-respected Road Theatre Company, headquartered in the modest 43-seat space upstairs, which is also available for rental.
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May 21, 1998 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The friendly gallery space on the first floor of the Lankershim Art Center is a home base for the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, which presents members' work throughout the year. But printmakers need love and margin for creative stretching too--like any artists. Take, for example, the current exhibition here, "Contemporaries 12."
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July 9, 1998 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If you're out looking for a good time or a good laugh, the show at the Lankershim Art Center Gallery, brazenly called "Humor in Art," may not be the best bet. You may not even hear courtesy chuckles of stifled laughter in the gallery, but that's no indication of failure. This is not the Laugh Factory. What you will find are examples of art that deviates from reputedly serious issues without sacrificing seriousness of intent. The point is, the art is not, generally, funny ha-ha.
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January 16, 2003 | James Verini, Special to The Times
Los ANGELES is a car city, the car city, so let's begin with the honest truth, shall we? The honest truth: For many of us, the idea of riding the Metro Rail subway in Los Angeles ranks up there with an afternoon at the Natural History Museum or a night of Kabuki theater. An experience we know would be conscientiously edifying -- enjoyable, even -- if we could only overcome that innate reluctance. It just seems so puny and doesn't seem to go anywhere.
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