Category Archives: Film/Television

Larry David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” Begins Final Season

By BERNICE FOX For 11 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm, we’ve seen Larry David’s TV-Larry, as he calls him, be socially unacceptable. Now he’s heading into the 12th and final season of speaking and acting on his unfiltered mind. In … Continue reading

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Oscar Nominations: Cooper, Spielberg, Downey Jr.

By BERNICE FOX “Grateful” is how Bradley Cooper feels about the Oscar nominations for Maestro. Cooper, who lives in Pacific Palisades, is nominated for acting, writing and producing the film about Leonard Bernstein. In total, the movie has seven nominations. … Continue reading

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Bradley Cooper Is Maestro Leonard Bernstein

By BERNICE FOX Maestro is Bradley Cooper’s labor of love. And labor, he did, to get his film about Leonard Bernstein correct. Cooper, who lives in Pacific Palisades, not only stars as the famed composer and conductor, he also co-wrote the … Continue reading

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Billy Crystal Receives Kennedy Center Honor

Billy Crystal, Palisades resident and former honorary co-mayor, was recognized by President Joe Biden for being selected as a Kennedy Center Honoree at a reception in the East Room of the White House on December 3. Crystal was named not … Continue reading

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Free Radio Show at Theatre Palisades

The Theatre Palisades Actors’ Troupe will hold its 10th annual Christmas Radio Show, “A Christmas Carol” on Wednesday, December 13. This free performance at Pierson Playhouse starts at 7 p.m. in the lobby as people eat cookies and drink Martha … Continue reading

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Two Palisades Writers Produce a New Apple TV+ Series, “Curses!” 

Curses!, a spooky animated series, debuted last Friday on Apple TV+ and received an enthusiastic feature review in The New York Times: “This Kids’ Show Is ‘Indiana Jones in Reverse.’” The 13-episode series, about an archaeologist’s family that deals with the consequences of looted … Continue reading

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Taylor Swift Tour Film at the Bay Theater

You did not have tickets for any of the six concerts when Taylor Swift was at SoFi Stadium. You were disappointed when they did not do enough closeups of Swift while she was watching her boyfriend Chief’s NFL player Travis … Continue reading

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Andrew Cereghino Finds His Passion on Stage

  LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor Andrew Cereghino was driving to rehearsal at Theatre West when we spoke on the phone last week. The native Palisadian is appearing in Walking in Space, a role he landed just a few … Continue reading

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Palisades Symphony Will Perform Opera Favorites

A special show for opera lovers, Opera Favorites Concert, will be performed by the Palisades Symphony and guest artists, this Sunday, August 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Palisades Lutheran Church, 15905 Sunset Boulevard. The show is free to the public. … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Sign Celebrates Its 100th Birthday

Keeping a vigil over romantics’ hopes, successes and even dashed dreams, the Hollywood sign is like a parent that watches over the city from afar, without judgment. Arguably it may be the most famous sign in the world. The famed … Continue reading

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