Monster Mash: Breaking news and headlines
Re-emerging: Chaka (pictured left), one of L.A.'s most famous and elusive graffiti artists, will have his first solo art show at Mid-City Arts in April.
Grateful: Stacy Keach personally thanked his fans and his doctors at Friday's curtain call — his first since having a series of mild strokes -- for "Frost/Nixon" at the Ahmanson Theatre.
Rockin': A musical adaptation of the 2004 Green Day album "American Idiot" will open the 2009-10 season at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
First impressions: L.A. Times art critic Christopher Knight writes about the newly opened Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City.
Future plans: Six teams of architects revealed designs for the National Museum of African American History in Washington, D.C.
Top 10: The Louvre in Paris and the British Museum in London are the two most visited museums in the world, according to an annual ranking by the Art Newspaper.
Acrimony: A Palestinian youth orchestra has been shut down after its music director took students to perform for Holocaust survivors in Israel.
— David Ng
Photo credit: Daniel "Chaka" Ramos in front of one of his murals in 1994. Credit: Brian Vander Brug / For The Times.