Film

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Humor

Surviving Breakup Hell

Treva Brandon Scharf: In my 50 years of single life, I visited Breakup Hell a thousand times, and every time I was there, I thought it would be forever, and my healing was years away.

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Stage

“Plagiarism” Actually?

Ed Rampell: This multi-media concert strives to breathe new life into Kiwi writer/director Richard Curtis’ 2003’s Christmas season romcom Love Actually that follows the romantic peccadilloes of a number of couples, including the prime minister.

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Music

Bewitching: The Coven of the Oven

Ed Rampell: LA Opera’s bewitching Hansel and Gretel may be the most enchanting, optically opulent opera this reviewer has ever seen at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

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Television

Why “The Romanoffs” Is Worth Viewing

Walter Moss: Having been to the Soviet Union and then Russia many times from 1978 to 1995, viewing the “End of the Line” brought back many nostalgic moments.

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Fiction

Back to the Dark Ages

Jeremy Kuzmarov: The hysteria about Russian election interference in 2016 is put in context when we consider that the United States has interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 different countries, including in support of Boris Yeltsin in 1996.

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Events

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