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Show TrackerWhile youâre reading this, Alex is in Brooklyn. And guess what: Once you finish reading this, Alex will still be in Brooklyn. These are the kind of tidbits we learn as our brains absorb each deliciously drama-filled minute of Bravoâs......
Aaron Schroeder, a songwriter, independent music publisher and record producer who co-wrote 17 songs for Elvis Presley, including “It’s Now or Never,” has died. He was 83. Schroeder, who had a rare form of dementia for about 18 years,...
Bob Keane, who founded the West Coast independent label Del-Fi Records in the 1950s and is best known for discovering and recording rock legend Ritchie Valens, has died. He was 87. Keane, who survived non- Hodgkins lymphoma diagnosed when he was 80, died...
Pop & HissThese Kiwi guys ought to have their own television show. A band meeting was held at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday night â Bret McKenzie, present; Jemaine Clement, present; Murray Hewitt (Rhys Darby), sadly, not present â and despite the......
Show TrackerEver wondered what witnessing a public stoning would be like? Well, if you tuned in for Part 2 of "The Real Housewives of New York City" reunion, there was no need to wonder. The casualty wore a black dress and......
Culture MonsterTapping into the zeitgeist of irony, sex and violence -- not to mention his inner magician -- dancer-choreographer-designer John Jasperse attracted the Twitterati to REDCAT on Wednesday with the West coast premiere of his âTruth, Revised Histories,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMany of the most explosive and virulent online videos -- think: "Star Wars Kid," "Numa Numa" and the recent interpretation of "Thriller" by Filipino prisoners -- manage to be at once bizarre, hypnotic and borderline upsetting. Tay Zonday's new hit YouTube...
Special to The TimesFlight of the Conchords operates on another dimension. That was clear enough Friday from the band's performance at the Orpheum Theatre, where the duo opened with the electro sci-fi song "Robots" and its cautionary tale of the fall of mankind and the...
Times Staff WriterAbd al Malik rolled back into the projects with his crew on a sunny day, his voice blaring from the car speakers. It was a track from his latest CD about how the Sept. 11 attacks made him feel ashamed to be Muslim. "Neither fundamentalism nor extremism,...
Special to the TimesYou're in desperate need of a romantic weekend getaway, and two gritty days at the KOA Kampground just won't do. This time it must be opulent, extravagant and inspiring. You're in luck: These posh hotel packages have enough perks to rev up any...
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RedEye"Where do babies come from?" is a complicated question, terrifying and inevitable for parents. They must simplify for the sake of their children's psyches, but that answer obscures the many layers of such a question, for there is much to consider in the...
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Practice. That's the core of Kenny G's mantra as a musician. No matter the myriad possibilities a day in his life might bring, at least three hours are dedicated to practicing the saxophone. "I keep at it every day," he said. "I work hard, practice...
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