Human nature is a funny thing. If you tell someone they can't do something, they want to do it more. This is especially true when it comes to banned books.
Once upon a time, Broadway was the Great White Way of the West. A high concentration of theaters populating the stretch of Downtown between 3rd and Olympic rendered it an epicenter for film and live entertainment.
If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times—the book was better! There's nothing like debating the differences between a favorite book and its translation to the screen.
Here in Los Angeles, we’re known for the sun. We get a lot of it. It’s long been a selling point for people moving to the region.
As we observe Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month at Los Angeles Public Library, this is a good occasion to look at some of the interesting examples of Japanese cinema available to our patrons, particularly those featuring scores by composer Tôru