Art & Books Articles
Broomsticks, wands, potions, oh my. From movies such as The Craft, Hocus Pocus, to The Blair Witch Project, audiences have seen it all up on the big screen. But, Fiona Horne is a real life witch, or is she?
Wealth is the brother of greed.
The Seduction Cookbook is sizzling up the summer with hot steamy dinners and long sweet nights. Come and get some for a sweet romance.
Tutankhamun Treasures To Return To United States - Marking the first time the treasures of Tutankhamun (King Tut) have visited America in 26 years, National Geographic, AEG Exhibitions and Arts and Exhibitions International, with cooperation from the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities, will bring an extensive exhibition of more than 130 treasures from the tomb of the celebrated pharaoh
The sixteen works on exhibit at the Getty Center were produced between the late 1650s and early 1660s, when Rembrandt entered a phase of increased productivity, despite his dire circumstances.
At 540-plus pages this is a big, well-illustrated, cleanly written book with clear instructions and concise recipes. But it isn't intimidating. Rather, it's welcoming.
Hungarian artist brings some of the world's most famous sculptures to Southern California!
February 14 is around the corner, do you know where your lover is?
'Sore Winners' by John Powers takes you into the provocative sociopolitical relm of popular culture known today as "Bush World" -Grab your popcorn.
Kickoff your holiday season with Anthony Dias Blue's new comprehensive guide to spirits.
European artist Felicitas von Gruben will be displaying her artwork entitled Encounters for two showings in November and December at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA.
Southern California's largest annual art fair at Barker Hanger at Santa Monica Air Center celebrated its 10th anniversary
"Einstein" at the Skirball celebrates the centennial of Einsteins "Miracle Year".
Hector Macdonald explores the questions of morality in his new exciting, thought-provoking thriller of a novel.
In his newest book, Zen teacher John Tarrant tries to offer his readers an unusual path to happiness.
Amidst the smog, traffic and overwhelming pop culture of Los Angeles, the Milla Angelina provides a refreshing artistic oasis now located in downtown's Gallery Row.
A new cookbook by Tracy Griffith shows even the most apprehensive of sushi eaters how to make good sushi -- without the raw fish.
We've all heard the old fairytale: the princess who came across a frog in the road, kissed him, and watched him magically turn into a charming prince. Marilyn Anderson, however, reveals in her funny, witty new book "Never Kiss a Frog" the truth that these creatures will remain the swamp inhabitants they are.
V.S. Ramachandran, acclaimed neuroscientist and qualified tour guide, takes us on a journey through the strangest place in the natural world - the human mind.
Bring your bibles: at Cal. State University Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center, 100 artists have conjured the beast himself in over 100 works of Satan-inspired art.