An enjoyable chick-lit book, "The Devil Wears Prada," in movie form follows the novel's storyline, with slight modifications to the plot that only enhance our understanding of Andy's dilemma. And for the fashion buff, the insider's view of the inner workings of a haute couture, albeit fictional, fashion magazine are amusing.
This week in Los Angeles: Jeffrey Sweet's play "The Value of Names"; "Death of a Salesman" at Pacific Resident Theater; Toby Caplan-Stonefield's new CD, "The Spiritual Flute"; Dan Thorne's new art exhibit, "Tzva'im Mavrikim -- Bright Colors"; Los Angeles Premiere of Sam Shepard's "The God of Hell"; Mitch Albom's comedic play "And The Winner Is..."; Rock musical "Prime."
Can love heal all wounds? Mark Goffman, playwright of "Me Too," has proof that supports this theory.
Dating can be scary. Dating in a foreign country can be petrifying.
Bible Storyland must have a guardian angel. Dissolution by the clergy, dormancy for 45 years and a fatal fire were not powerful enough to erase the plans for this Bible-based theme park from history.
For Josh Bernstein, host of The History Channel's "Digging for the Truth," myth-dispelling, artifact-hunting and body-straining adventure are part of his regular routine.