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August 11, 1996 | Christopher Knight, Christopher Knight is a Times art critic
The Republicans are coming! The Republicans are coming! What will artists and art organizations do? The question arose some time ago, when this quietly conservative Southern California city was announced as the site of the 1996 Republican convention, getting under way Monday in the downtown convention center.
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August 11, 1996 | Christopher Knight, Christopher Knight is a Times art critic
The Republicans are coming! The Republicans are coming! What will artists and art organizations do? The question arose some time ago, when this quietly conservative Southern California city was announced as the site of the 1996 Republican convention, getting under way Monday in the downtown convention center.
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April 24, 1990 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Peter Jennings yawns, leans back in his anchor's seat and looks at the ceiling, holding his pen between his hands. Jesse Jackson leans into the camera with an unflinching boxer's glare, even as a hand comes from off-screen to pick a piece of lint off his jacket. The slack, disengaged features of Henry Kissinger's face turn suddenly menacing as the lights around him go out, leaving visible only the eerie outline of his visage.
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April 24, 1990 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Peter Jennings yawns, leans back in his anchor's seat and looks at the ceiling, holding his pen between his hands. Jesse Jackson leans into the camera with an unflinching boxer's glare, even as a hand comes from off-screen to pick a piece of lint off his jacket. The slack, disengaged features of Henry Kissinger's face turn suddenly menacing as the lights around him go out, leaving visible only the eerie outline of his visage.
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May 30, 1993
Here are some of the major art exhibits and stage shows that have already begun and play into the summer: ART "The Psalms and Their Illustration" and "Drawings by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York." J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, through June 3 and July 25, respectively.
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June 18, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS
More than a month ago, friends loaned me a cassette of the first installment of the TV serial "Twin Peaks," assuring me it really was pretty special. Well, they called recently and asked what I thought, and I had to admit that I never got around to seeing it. Fact is, I just don't keep the TV plugged in. A tiny little thing with a squint-sized screen, it sits almost invisibly on the floor of my study.
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December 4, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
I came for death and stayed for sex. A little strange, yes, but let me explain. I was lured to the California Museum of Photography in Riverside by an exhibit called "Memento Mori: Death in 19th-Century Photography." The notion of people routinely having their peaceful, neatly dressed dead children and elderly relatives photographed for posterity--as if they simply had fallen asleep in their Sunday best--seemed wonderfully bizarre.
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