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  • Only one of Oscars' top winners added to National Film Registry

     
    Every year since 1989, the National Film Registry -- a branch of the Library of Congress -- has chosen 25 movies to preserve for posterity. This year, as usual, most of its choices aren't the ones deemed the best of their day by Hollywood -- that is,...
  • Nikita, Film Bigwigs Gay at Studio Party

     
    Sept. 19, 1959: The Mirror-News gets a photo of Nikita Khrushchev from a TV monitor. An early frame grab! And photos on the cover for the 10-star edition. First celebrities to arrive at the studio to greet the premier were Henry Fonda, producer Jerry Wald...
  • Movie Star Mystery Photo

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo Update: Richard Quine and first his wife, Susan Paley, 1942. Richard Quine, 68, Film Director, Dies of Gunshot Wound June 13, 1989 By EDWARD J. BOYER, Times Staff Writer Film director Richard Quine, whose string of comedy hits...
  • Music tonight: Fever Ray and more

     
    Our music pick tonight: Fever Ray at the Glass House in Pomona at 8 p.m. The female half of acclaimed electro-experimentalists the Knife, Karin Dreijer Andersson strikes out on her own with a stunning self-titled solo album. With her distinctive, hawk-ish...
  • Sunny Day Real Estate reunites for tour, wants to make you cry again

     
    Emerging from Seattle's heady, aggressive grunge scene in the early 1990s, Sunny Day Real Estate did the unthinkable. It made punk pretty. It didn't hurt that singer Jeremy Enigk looked like an angel, with wide, innocent eyes and a wounded......
  • American heritage brands make a comeback

    American heritage brands make a comeback
    When Charles Beckman sold his first pair of work boots for $1.75 in the sleepy town of Red Wing, Minn., in 1905, he probably never imagined that in 2008, those leather lace-ups would be selling for $235 at hipster havens Urban Outfitters and Opening...
  • Guitar Center's 20th annual Drum-Off grand finals are Saturday

    Guitar Center's 20th annual Drum-Off grand finals are Saturday
    It was like Christmas, Easter and the Fourth of July rolled into one drum kit. As soon as Thomas Pridgen saw those glorious, gleaming drums, he knew they were meant for him. Preternaturally self-confident at only 9 years old, Pridgen entered the Guitar...
  • Calexico comes to Henry Fonda Theater

    Calexico comes to Henry Fonda Theater
    Joey Burns is a very busy man. The co-leader of Southwestern rock alchemists Calexico has been writing the soundtrack for an upcoming Taylor Hackford film, recording an in-studio set for a Tucson radio station and preparing to support the band's latest...
  • Atmosphere at the Henry Fonda Theater

    Atmosphere at the Henry Fonda Theater
    "Underground hip-hop" is dead. Not to say that below-the-radar artists no longer exist but rather that the conventional definition of "underground" is more nebulous than ever before. Take Atmosphere, one of the sub-genre's standard-bearers, a group whose...
  • James Stewart: Celebrating his 100th birthday

    James Stewart: Celebrating his 100th birthday
    TO MILLIONS, James Stewart was Everyman. To Kelly Stewart, he was just Dad. "Dad was a very private person," she says, adding that her father never brought his work home with him. But she got her first inkling of his tremendous popularity at age 6,...
  • Shopping is Katy Perry's big love

    How would you describe your look? I tend to lean a lot on the Lolita-pinup thing. High-waisted shorts, onesies and vintage tops. It's like in that Elton John song "Tiny Dancer" when he sings, "pretty eyes, pirate smile." It's innocent but can still be...