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  • AwesomenessTV CEO and founder Brian Robbins leaves video company

    AwesomenessTV CEO and founder Brian Robbins leaves video company

    Brian Robbins, the co-founder and chief executive of teen-focused online video network AwesomenessTV, is leaving the company after five years, he told staff Wednesday.  Robbins did not cite a reason for his exit, but his departure comes six months after parent company DreamWorks Animation was acquired...

  • What to listen to now: The Feelies, Jessie James Decker and Rose Cousins

    What to listen to now: The Feelies, Jessie James Decker and Rose Cousins

    A weekly round-up of must-hear music recommended by Times staffers. This week’s picks include the latest from veteran cult-favorites the Feelies, as well as new music from Jessie James Decker and  Rose Cousins. The Feelies, “In Between” (Bar None) Hoboken, N.J., band the Feelies have issued a mere...

  • New premieres at South By Southwest Film Festival include Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds and Charlize Theron

    New premieres at South By Southwest Film Festival include Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds and Charlize Theron

    The South By Southwest Film Festival announced Wednesday that the closing-night selection for its 2017 edition will be the world premiere of “Life,” directed by Daniel Espinosa and with a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds and Hiroyuki Sanada. The screening is to...

  • Jazz fusion guitarist Larry Coryell dies at 73

    Jazz fusion guitarist Larry Coryell dies at 73

    Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, known as the "Godfather of Fusion," has died in New York City. He was 73. His publicist, Kurt Nishimura, said Coryell died Sunday in his hotel room of natural causes. Nishimura says he had just performed two shows at the Iridium on Friday and Saturday. Coryell’s highly...

  • Louis C.K. headed to Netflix for two stand-up comedy specials

    Louis C.K. headed to Netflix for two stand-up comedy specials

    Netflix continues its steadfast expansion of stand-up comedy programming with the addition of two new specials from Louis C.K. The specials will be available exclusively on the streaming service. The first, which was shot in Washington, D.C., and is titled “2017,” will premiere April. 4. “Louis...

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