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LACMA curator speaks about artist on view

Emily Wishingrad
(10/14/14 2:31am)

It is clear that from her gallery talk on Wednesday that Carol Eliel knows something about art and, specifically, a lot about Los Angeles-based artist John Altoon (1925 to 1969). Taking the audience in a guided tour through John Altoon, the new exhibit that opened at the Rose Art Museum that same evening, Eliel spoke gracefully and knowledgeably about the life and work of Altoon.

New ABC show breaks barriers in television

Marissa Ditkowsky
(10/14/14 2:36am)

How To Get Away With Murder, which premiered on Sept. 25 and is coming up on its fourth episode this week, has already been proven guilty?of being one of the most popular shows on television, of course.With foreseeable end of Grey’s Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder is a necessary addition to ABC’s programming so that I can continue to get my weekly fix of ShondaLand.The show follows criminal defense lawyer Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis, who teaches a criminal law course?nicknamed “How To Get Away With Murder”?at a fictional elite university.