By the time we got there, the tent at Gardiner's Farm was chockablock with browsers and book buyers, especially at one table where Gwyneth Paltrow sig...
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To do what they do, they must vanquish fear, build tremendous reserves of patience and remain undaunted by failure. But what else could these people have done with their unassailable talents?
TED Books wants to do for reading what the world-famous series of TEDTalks did for web video: provide viral inspiration.
In a conversation with Huf...
Famous French aerialist Philippe Petit could reprise a Grand Central Station stunt in honor of the landmark's centennial celebration next February.
Philippe Petit, the high-wire artist most famous for tight-rope walking between the Twin Towers in 1974 (the subject of the movie "Man on Wire"), ...
Fascinating and comedic, Exit Through the Gift Shop features remarkable behind-the-scenes footage of the most notable street artists of this generation, including Banksy and Shepard Fairey.
In a public event at L.A.'s Hammer Museum last week, tightrope walker Philipe Petit quipped, "I never take risks. I take a long walk on a high path in the sky. That poetry is not extreme -- it's exquisite, enigmatic."
I had the chance to talk to Petit about his 45 minutes between the twin towers and the steps leading up to his daring feat.
It's that time of year again, the time when film critics and aficionados remind you of those great films - most of which you missed. Here are the top 10 movies of 2009.
The U.S. leg of Misha Baryshnikov's sold out European tour alights at the multi-purpose, multi-praised Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
The Oscar telecast was a bloated and overdone spectacle that left us bewildered, unenthusiastic and exhausted. The show wasn't a complete train wreck, but it came pretty close.
Man on Wire tells the story of Mr.Petit, a French street performer who in 1974 walked across a metal wire that was illegally mounted between the now fallen Twin Towers in lower Manhattan.
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