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A Taste of Byzantium

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Coming July 19: A four-course dinner inspired by the cuisine of the Byzantine Empire. More»

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Your Music Guide to Saturdays Off the 405

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Liner notes for this season’s outdoor music. More»

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Getty Center and Getty Villa Open Late This Summer

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The Getty’s open late this summer! More»

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Holiday Lights at the Getty Center through January 4

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Get sparkly with us this winter with special starry light projections, free hot cider, and luminous exhibitions. More»

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The Alfred Hitchcock Peepshow

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In Hitchcock’s Rear Window, voyeurism morphs into an inverted reflection of our own fears and desires. More»

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The Power of Poetry: 6 Questions for Amber Tamblyn

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“Poetry has the power to make you feel every human emotion all at once.” More»

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My First Concert Ever: Saturdays Off the 405 with Pickwick

Rosie Narasaki at Saturdays Off the 405 at the Getty Center
NOT photoshopped. Courtesy of ace-photographer (and Getty public programs coordinator) Jaclyn Kalkhurst

Really? Yes. 20-something intern Rosie Narasaki attends her first concert ever. And likes it. More»

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Cocteau Dreams, In Nitrate

Still from Jean Cocteau's Blood of a Poet

“One of the characteristics of the dream is that nothing surprises us in it. With no regret, we agree to live in it with strangers, completely cut off from our habits and friends.”―Jean Cocteau We’re offering an array of films… More»

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Saturdays Off the 405: You Came, You Saw, You Tweeted

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Saturdays Off the 405 wrapped up its 2011 season last Saturday, October 15, but it lives on thanks to you who tweeted, Flickr’d and YouTubed it. Here, highlights! [View the story "Saturdays Off the 405 | 2011 Highlights" on Storify]

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Invitation of the Week: Collage Meet-Up on October 29

Analia Saban and Claire de Dobay Rifelj at a collage workshop on October 19, 2011

Update! See our Flickr set from the meet-up here! We’re doing something different for our Question of the Week series on the Iris this month: an invitation of the week. Join us at the Getty Center on Saturday, October 29,… More»

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      Touched by an angel. Or demon.

      The 16th-century alchemist and mathematician John Dee spent years documenting his conversations with what he believed to be angels.

      40 years after his death, the scholar Méric Causabon published Dee’s records, arguing that Dee had been talking to evil spirits all along. So what are you reading this weekend? 

      Title page from “A True and Faithful Relation …,” 1659, Méric Causabon. Getty Research Institute.

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