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A LIVING CULTURAL TREASURE

A LIVING CULTURAL TREASURE

by Betty Ann Brown

IF YOU LOOK UP the word tohubohu, you'll find that it's originally from ancient Hebrew, appearing in Genesis 1:2, where it refers to the empty, unformed Earth before creation. Los Angeles performance artist Rachel Rosenthal has named her improvisational performance company TOHUBOHU!

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FASHIONABLY MACABRE

FASHIONABLY MACABRE

by Sarah Sargent

OF COURSE I KNEW OF BAD-BOY provocateur Alexander McQueen's reputation as a brilliant couturier, with words like "artist" used to describe him, but such hyperbole is thrown about willy-nilly in the fashion world, and I just assumed it was an exaggerated way of saying he was really talented.

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INTO THE SOUP

INTO THE SOUP

by Scarlet Cheng

HOW DOTH ONE APPRECIATE ANDY Warhol's "Campbell's Soup Can" series? Let me count the ways. The famous 1962 work — depicting 32 variations on the familiar red-and-white label, made iconic through size (20" x 16" each) and repetition — on view at MOCA, borrowed from New York's Museum of Modern Art.

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STRIKE A POSE

STRIKE A POSE

by Doug Harvey

FOR MANY — ESPECIALLY THOSE on the outside — Los Angeles' swinging, glittery nightlife is one of the most attractive features of the city. There's always something going on, and more often 50 things. Or 500. In a city whose hard currency is celebrity, no effort or expense is spared in the pursuit of being seen — or in creating the impression that your party is the party.

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