Performing Arts

Guatemalan clown Tonito poses for a portrait on the first day of the annual International Clown Convention in Mexico City, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

PHOTOS: A slice of life at clown convention

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Clowns from all over Mexico and from several other countries in Latin America are in Mexico City for the 17th International Clown Convention, a four-day gathering designed to help them hone […]

10/24/2013

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‘Humor Abuse’ tells story of family circus

If you haven’t visited the Mark Taper in downtown L.A. lately, here’s a good reason to go now: It’s a show called “Humor Abuse” and it runs through November 3rd. Backstage life lessons fly fast […]

09/27/2013

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From ballet to boots for weekend fun

For a decade, Burbank-based Media City Ballet drew attention for its loving re-creations of works made famous by Sergei Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo, as well as the popular Nutcracker. In 2012 the professional […]

08/23/2013

Maggie McKay

Experience LA’s holiday events

By Maggie McKay, KFWB Afternoon Anchor The Nutcracker In our family it’s a tradition to go to the Nutcracker every year and try different productions of it, but last year we loved it so much […]

12/07/2012

Experience LA with Maggie McKay

By Maggie McKay, afternoon anchor, KFWB NEWS TALK 980 Looking for something fun to do for any age? Just what the doctor ordered — a spoonful of sugar and a lot of entertainment. Mary Poppins, […]

08/10/2012