The Lighthouse International Film Festival in New Jersey has announced it has become the world’s first film festival to segue into a fully drive-in format in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival will run from June 16 through June 20 at a variety of locations around Long Beach Island. It announced its lineup of 10 features…Lighthouse International Film Festival Goes to Drive-In Format — Variety
The Dona S. and Dwight M. Kendall Concourse. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The covered walkway links the east and west sections of campus, making each building accessible to visitors without having to set foot on Wilshire Boulevard.
On what is traditionally the biggest day of the year in motorsports, ESPN will salute the Monaco Grand Prix and the Indianapolis 500 with encore presentations of some classic editions of the two iconic racing events on Sunday, May 24. Over a 15-hour period beginning at 6:00 a.m. EDT, the salute will include encore airings…
Our final installment of this year’s #MuseumWeek flashback brings us to LACMA – the Los Angeles Museum of Art and the three-story Broad Contemporary Art Museum—or BCAM., where Chris Burden’s Metropolis II mesmerized us.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art describes the installation: “Chris Burden’s Metropolis II is an intense kinetic sculpture, modeled after a fast paced, frenetic modern city.”
Metropolis II features over a thousand cars that zip through a miniature city, is a testament to the artist’s inventiveness in employing complex sculpture to fashion a kinetic, engaging artwork that has thrilled millions.
“On long-term loan from the Nicolas Berggruen Charitable Foundation, Metropolis II is inspired by the frenetic, human-made environs that characterize today’s cities.”
According to Burden, “The noise, the continuous flow of the trains, and the speeding toy cars produce in the viewer the stress of living in a dynamic, active and bustling 21st century city.”
We’re currently offering a few selections from the Abetica Studios collection through our eBay Store, including this beautiful and rare Ephraim Faience Pottery “Sculpted Crystal Flambe’ Vase #833” in excellent condition.
- One of just 17 produced before retirement.
- Purchase includes the original information and care instructions card.
- In perfect condition – No visible chips, scratches, cracks, etc.
- 1998 potter’s mark
- Measures approximately 5-1/4″”W X 6-3/4″H
This beautifully crafted pottery was acquired directly from Ephraim Faience in 1998 by our Scottsdale, AZ studio.
Free insured shipping via USPS Priority Mail.
Astrid Kirchherr, photographer and early friend of The Beatles whose avant garde style helped transform the young band from ’50s-era greasers to mop-top trend-setters, died Wednesday in her native Hamburg, Germany. She was 81. The German newspaper Die Zeit reports that Kirchher died following a “short, serious illness,” with no additional details provided…
Two restaurants will shutter and Ssäm Bar will move and merge with Bar Wayō.
Found along the coasts of California and Oregon, these sea jellies feed on small fish and plankton that come in contact with the jellies’ stinging tentacles.
Photographed at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.
2ND UPDATE, 2 PM: Katy Perry, John Legend, Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera, the Muppets, Tituss Burgess, Sabrina Carpenter, Lang Lang and pros from Dancing with the Stars are the latest additions to The Disney Family Singalong: Volume II.
An unoccupied home in an upscale, guard-gated development in increasingly expensive Calabasas, Calif., owned by semi-retired Hollywood icon Jodie Foster, has come for sale at $2.85 million. Online listings show the property is already in escrow with an unknown buyer at an unknown price.