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  • Neil Young sets tone at benefit for children's education

    Neil Young sets tone at benefit for children's education
    "Am I dessert?" Neil Young wryly asked the crowd of about 600 who attended the annual concert benefiting the Silverlake Conservatory. He followed a set by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing for a crowd who'd paid a minimum of $2,000 a seat to attend the...
  • Farmers Markets: The family behind Maggie's and Kenter Canyon farms

    Farmers Markets: The family behind Maggie's and Kenter Canyon farms
    For many years, Maggie's Farm, based in Agoura Hills, has sold top-quality salad greens and herbs exclusively at farmers markets. Kenter Canyon Farms offers a wider range of similar produce, at a few farmers markets, but mostly wholesale and on a much...
  • Richie Havens dies at 72; singer became Woodstock's opening act

    Richie Havens dies at 72; singer became Woodstock's opening act
    Richie Havens, the veteran folk singer whose frenetic guitar strumming and impassioned vocals made him one of the defining voices and faces of Woodstock and 1960s pop music, died Monday of a heart attack at his home in Jersey City, N.J. He was 72. His...
  • Mick Farren dies at 69; British rocker embodied '60s spirit

    Mick Farren dies at 69; British rocker embodied '60s spirit
    Mick Farren, the British rocker, science-fiction writer, social critic and provocateur who embodied the rebellious spirit of the counterculture throughout a career that ranged from Britain's underground music clubs to Los Angeles' alternative journalism...
  • 6 songs we wish we'd heard at the 2013 March on Washington

    6 songs we wish we'd heard at the 2013 March on Washington
    Wednesday’s 50th anniversary commemoration of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom included several inspirational musical moments from the likes of gospel singer Shirley Caesar, who reprised the gospel standard “How I Got Over&...
  • TIFF 2013: 'August: Osage County' and reflexive Oscar voting

    TIFF 2013: 'August: Osage County' and reflexive Oscar voting
    TORONTO -- "August: Osage County" might be the first movie to win more Oscar nominations than rave reviews. The movie, Tracy Letts' adaptation of his Tony Award-winning play of family dysfunction and warfare, premiered Monday at the Toronto...
  • Cannes 2013: Palme d'Or goes to 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'

     Cannes 2013: Palme d'Or goes to 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'
    CANNES, France — The hometown favorite won big time at the Festival de Cannes on Sunday night as France's "Blue Is the Warmest Color" walked off with the Palme d'Or. In a highly unusual step, jury president Steven Spielberg announced that the...
  • Children's book by Robbie Robertson introduces kids to music giants

    Children's book by Robbie Robertson introduces kids to music giants
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. A new book from the Band’s lead guitarist and songwriter Robbie Robertson, “Legends, Icons & Rebels: Music That Changed the World” (Tundra Books, $29), is impressive both for...
  • Johnny Cash's dark California days

    Johnny Cash's dark California days
    Johnny Cash's life in the 1960s is mostly remembered as a time of glorious achievement — from the landmark prison albums at Folsom and San Quentin to the launch of the ABC-TV series featuring such guests as Bob Dylan and the Doors that led to his...
  • Delving into Johnny Cash's life story with biographer Robert Hilburn

    Delving into Johnny Cash's life story with biographer Robert Hilburn
    A brief question-and-answer session between staff writer Randy Lewis and former Los Angeles Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn about his new book, "Johnny Cash — The Life." Question: What's your memory of hearing Johnny Cash for the first time?...
  • Five movie ideas that studios can steal from 'Sharknado'

    Five movie ideas that studios can steal from 'Sharknado'
    "What if we took 'Snakes on a Plane,' combined it with 'Jaws' and relocated the thing from an airliner to the Westside of Los Angeles?" Someone, somewhere uttered those words before coming up with the idea for "Sharknado." Which makes us wonder how one...