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Times Staff WriterThe new Palms resort boldly hypes itself as Las Vegas' sex-iest adult playground--a way-cool, celebrity-studded, off-Strip boutique hotel and gambling joint. It's a big boast in a town that calls itself Sin City. My wife and I decided to find out for...
Times Staff WriterThe early rains this season sent many of us scrambling to closets in search of umbrellas, others to AutoZone for new windshield wipers and certain adventure-minded outdoor-types to the mountains for the thing they crave most: snow. Southern California'...
Tags: Snowboarding, Hot Dogs, Pizzas, Austria, Foods and Beverages
Times Staff WritersPhil Spector, the influential but erratic rock 'n' roll producer best known for his layered "Wall of Sound" recording technique, was arrested on suspicion of murder early Monday after an actress was found shot to death at his hilltop mansion in Alhambra....
Special to The TimesMillions of people visit the gambling and entertainment mecca each year, and most know what to see: Bellagio's fountains, the Venetian's gondoliers, the new-and-improved Forum Shops. But Las Vegas is loaded with bad choices too. Because the average...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersShe has never released a record or performed in concert, but everybody in the music business is talking about an 18-year-old singer named Gina Longo. Longo, whose stage name is simply Gina, is at the center of the latest controversy surrounding Death Row...
Tags: Trials, Contracts, Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Justice System
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMaybe the pop world is finally ready to believe what Calendar predicted nearly four years ago: that by concentrating on cutting-edge rock and rap music, upstart Interscope Records would become the envy of the music industry. The Westwood-based company,...
Our Town CorrespondentAn electrifying performance is coming the Richland Performing Arts Center stage. “Electrify Your Strings!” is bringing to town a world-renowned electric violinist who is also an original member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Mark Wood,...
From Inside the BoxSinging Celine Dion's "I Surrender" (originally performed by Kelly Clarkson on "Idol"), Angie Miller rocked the song and wowed the "American Idol" judges in the first week of live competition....
God SquadI recently had the honor of speaking to the Fellowship of Christians and Jews in Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. Tom Hartman, my former partner on this column, and I spoke before this wonderful organization some years ago when Tommy was well. I lift up their work...
Solo night in Hollywood for the ladies. The night started off with a big bang: Angela Miller kicked off the night delivering a powerful, passionate, three-judge-standing-ovation-deserving explosion. She took the seemingly deadly risk of singing an...
Tags: Music, Keith Urban, Entertainment
Choreographer Peter Chu, raised in Cocoa Beach, has been living the life of a Gypsy. "I haven't had a home in four years," he says with a big laugh. He pauses and adds sheepishly: "I have a storage unit in Vegas…" For now, that will have to...
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