Monthly Archives: June 2012

In Memoriam: Andrew Sarris

In “Flick Picks,” its regular feature on film revivals playing at local theaters, The Los Angeles Times this week recommended, in addition to “John Ford’s What Price Glory?,” and “Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park,” what the Times described as “John Landis’ … Continue reading

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So You Think You Can Legislate: Why Prop. 29′s Failure May Be Good News

Although the final count from last week’s election in California isn’t due until July 6, the Secretary of State’s website is showing that California proposition 29—to raise California’s cigarette tax by $1 a pack, with the tax revenues dedicated to … Continue reading

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