In this week's cover story, Scott Foundas tells of his conversations with Clint Eastwood and the view from behind the camera, as the iconic actor-turned-director puts the wrap on a legendary career in cinema.
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Restaurants and the foodies who love them weathered a miserable year, and now New Times restaurant critic John Linn is predicting a glorious comeback in 2010.
You're liable to run out of things to do on Christmas day, which is why you should make sure you have New Times' calendar section close by. Maybe The Shakers' punk / hardcore blend will drown out those loops of Christmas carols.
In stage, Brandon K. Thorp reviews Copenhagen, a play that reconstructs a mysterious meeting between the two leading quantum physicists of their age, who took a stroll together in 1941, while each wasworking on an atom bomb for opposing sides of World War II.
Art reviewer Michael Mills is happy to report that some institutions are still happy to display installation-based art, like paintings -- in this case, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, which is hosting Time + Temp: Surveying the Shifting Climate of Painting in South Florida.