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Q&A: Clayton Moore's daughter to celebrate the 'Lone Ranger Creed' in Burbank

Q&A: Clayton Moore's daughter to celebrate the 'Lone Ranger Creed' in Burbank

Actor Clayton Moore left behind three masks when he died in 1999. Each one dated back to the 1950s, when Moore starred as the heroic Lone Ranger on TV and in two feature films, riding off into the sunset with a yell of "Hi-Yo, Silver! Away!"

Theater company to present pair of play readings

Theater company to present pair of play readings

As part of its ongoing "Words Within" play reading series, Pasadena-based classical repertory theater company A Noise Within will present staged readings of Peter Barnes and Ronald Harwood.

Prodigious and protean musical talent

Prodigious and protean musical talent

Burbank-based psychedelic musician Dan West possesses a disgustingly alchemical load of talent.

Dining Review: Stirring things up at home

Dining Review: Stirring things up at home

Down a palm-lined street in old Tropico on the southern edge of Glendale, there lives a young, bearded gentleman and his cohort.

DVD Review: An abridged history of Orson Welles

DVD Review: An abridged history of Orson Welles

Orson Welles would have celebrated his 100th birthday a few weeks ago, and ¿ since he is not surprisingly not around to do so himself ¿ his centennial is being marked by tributes from fans and filmmakers.

DVD Review: Mann's 'Blackhat' falls flat

DVD Review: Mann's 'Blackhat' falls flat

In "Blackhat," Michael Mann -- director of "Heat," "Collateral," and "The Insider" -- takes a shot at the cyber thriller and misses the target altogether.

Film Review: 'Gemma Bovery' -- an adaptation of an adaptation

Film Review: 'Gemma Bovery' -- an adaptation of an adaptation

Amid all the graphic novel adaptations about superheroes, here comes "Gemma Bovery" (based on Posy Simmonds' graphic novel of the same name), whose hero is anything but super.

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