Easter eggs, Byzantium, and the Mustang. Off-Ramp for April 19, 2014

UC Riverside spider expert Rick Vetter says reports of the black widow's demise in Southern California are overblown, but invasive brown widows do seem to be hurting black widow populations.

Dylan Brody, a comedy icon, and a jerk. Hey! You're reading it wrong!

I went to a Hollywood event a couple of years ago, the kind of event at which I park a block away because I’m afraid the valets may be judging me, and my car may give me away as a fraud.

Pasadena company still puts music on cassette tape. Really

Cassette tapes may seem to have been buried by the Internet, but they’re still spinning along, and one of America's biggest cassette producers is a small business in Pasadena.
The new exhibit examines two artists, father and son, whose work challenges our ideas of perception and space.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, we talk with a man who's been selling used Mustangs from the same address since 1969. Prices have gone up since then.
Alejandro Jodorowsky
A new documentary called "Jodorowsky's Dune" shows how an unmade film version of "Dune" might have made "Alien" possible.

5 classic Easter eggs from your favorite animated movies

Off-Ramp animation expert Charles Solomon reveals Easter eggs from classic animated films that you never knew were there.
At the Getty Center and Villa: What civilization lasted 1,100 years that hardly anyone thinks of as a civilization? Byzantium. And, they invented the fork.
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