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Audiences have embraced Andrew Lloyd Webber's “The Phantom of the Opera” for its lush musical score. It includes not just pop ballads and rock songs, but also operatic compositions and operatic parodies. In “Hannibal,” Webber captures every clichŽ of...
Two films dealing with war and politics in the tinderbox of the Middle East are coming to Newport-Mesa for one-night special screenings. The city of Costa Mesa on Friday night will host a screening of "Patrol Base Jaker" at the Triangle Square Cinemas....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIn 1944, a 14-year-old boy, future novelist Imre Kertész, was rounded up while on an excursion in the countryside near Budapest and sent to Auschwitz. And then to Buchenwald. Surviving the camps and returning to Budapest, he was asked, simply, by his...
SEPT. 19, 1928-JUNE 5, 2011 Marcy Maria Repka, 82, of 283 Sunbrook Lane in Hagerstown, Md., passed away Sunday, June 5, 2011, at her home. Born Sept. 19, 1928, in Szekszard, Hungary, she was the daughter of the late Mihaly Racs and the late Erzsebet...
Culture MonsterHungarian 'Bank Ban' production canceled at LA Opera...
The Fabulous ForumOLYMPIC URBAN LEGEND: Johnny "Tarzan" Weissmuller took on a fake identity so he could represent the United States in the 1924 Olympics. Followers of U.S. politics surely know of the controversy that surrounded President Barack Obama and his birth...
Company TownOn the outskirts of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, a 75-acre former communist-era studio will soon draw a contingent of Hollywood heavies including Sylvester Stallone, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Convert A Tale of Exile and Extremism Deborah Baker Graywolf Press: 246 pp., $23 Deborah Baker, researcher, biographer, author of books on the poet Laura Riding and on the Beats, briefly describes how she chooses her subjects and how she writes...
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Talking PicturesRunning Oct 7-21 at the AMC River East 21 and environs, the 46th Chicago International Film Festival presented by the nonprofit Cinema/Chicago has announced its first 20 titles, including the winner of this year's Cannes Film Festival's top prize, the.......
Tokaji is the luscious sweet wine made from the Furmint grape from Hungary's fabled vineyards. Sweet is the way it's been for centuries — until the late 20th century, when the first dry Furmints were made. This is the second vintage of Furmint...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Human Interest
Father Ladislas K. Parker, a Catholic priest whose harrowing escape from communist Hungary in 1950 led him to Orange County and the founding of St. Michael’s Abbey, died Sunday after a lengthy illness. He was 94. Parker was among seven Norbertine...
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