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  • On Theater: 'Priscilla' is queen at Segerstrom

    On Theater: 'Priscilla' is queen at Segerstrom
    If you enjoyed "La Cage aux Folles" and its cinematic offshoot, "The Birdcage," then you'll really rock out to "Priscilla Queen of the Desert," now enjoying a brief engagement at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. "Priscilla," as viewers of the 1994...
  • Anything goes at Sawdust

    Anything goes at Sawdust
    Nikki Grant never imagined being able to make a living as an artist. That changed in 1966, though, when the jewelry designer joined a cluster of Laguna Beach artists who either didn't make it into the Festival of Arts or objected to its jury system....
  • Art-A-Fair: It's a bird! It's a trademark!

    Art-A-Fair: It's a bird! It's a trademark!
    Robert Marble's signature was created almost by accident. In an effort to add a dab of color to his earlier creations, the Newport Beach resident invented a little red bird. It would attract the eye to a particular spot, he said. "If it works once,...
  • Festival of Arts: A piano (almost) for Liberace

    Festival of Arts: A piano (almost) for Liberace
    Of all the celebrities Jon Wyer Seeman has met, Liberace is his favorite. The Aliso Viejo resident was showing sculptural wood furniture at the Festival of Arts in 1985 when the pianist and "his tall, blonde boyfriend" arrived at his booth. Seeman...
  • Letters From The Editor: Staying awake through all that jazz

    My wife and I are trying to raise our daughter to appreciate the arts — not in a nose-in-the-air way, but in a manner that recognizes the importance of helping her develop both sides of the brain. We want her to know a little bit more about...
  • Liza sings for 'freedom' in Costa Mesa

    Liza sings for 'freedom' in Costa Mesa
    It's a label Liza Minnelli cherishes, and one she's never fully understood. "Gay icon." Ask her to explain it, and she'll come up empty. On Google, Minnelli's name alongside that two-word phrase cues up 117,000 results. When she performed back east...
  • Classically Trained: Lang Lang makes music his own

    Classically Trained: Lang Lang makes music his own
    Lang Lang isn't a pianist to suit all tastes. I suppose no musician is, but in any case, there were a few times when he didn't suit mine last week. The 30-year-old Chinese virtuoso made a single stop in Costa Mesa on Sept. 27. He played with the Pacific...
  • Trend Watch: HB Art Walk on Nov. 21

    Trend Watch: HB Art Walk on Nov. 21
    New artists will exhibit their work at the Nov. 21 Downtown Huntington Beach Art Walk. Cristina Hoyos, a postmodern Surrealist artist from Colombia, will have her work on display, according to event manager Mary Ann Senske. Hoyos explores the theme of...
  • His legacy is all around

    His legacy is all around
    Donald McLean Williamson, an architect whose works included Tivoli Terrace and the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts grounds, died July 23 in his home after a long illness. He was 96. A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. Aug. 6 at the Forum...
  • Colored orange for years

    Colored orange for years
    Color It Orange, which showcases the art of Orange County students from every district, has spent almost four decades giving recognition to youth and the arts. On Sunday, the art event will celebrate its 37th year at the Laguna College of Art and Design....
  • The beauty and the barge workers

    The beauty and the barge workers
    In her immaculate tutu, tiara, pearl earrings and dance shoes, the young ballerina poses for the camera on a grimy platform next to the dredging rig. In en pointe step, she balances herself on the tips of her toes, as muck-covered men stand around her,...
  • Daily Pilot, affiliates win newspaper awards

    Daily Pilot, affiliates win newspaper awards
    Journalists from Times Community News (TCN) South, which publishes the Daily Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and Coastline Pilot, are finalists for six statewide journalism awards. Reporters, photographers, editors and graphic designers placed...