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  • Best Coast in relaxed mode while hard at work on second album

    Best Coast in relaxed mode while hard at work on second album
    Somewhere deep in the catacombs of Capitol Studios in Hollywood, Bethany Cosentino has found a little place of her own. It's squeezed into a tight corner in the control room of Studio B, where she sits behind an ancient synthesizer to relax or think or...
  • John Lautner designs open during Palm Springs Modernism Week

     
    Palm Springs Modernism: Architecture fans can still get tickets to see John Lautner landmarks in the desert: The Hotel Lautner in Desert Hot Springs and the Elrod House in Palm Springs....
  • Sunnylands: The making of a mansion's mystique

     
    Sunnylands: A timeline in the history of Walter and Leonore Annenbergs' landmark mansion in Rancho Mirage....
  • Sunnylands: Sneak peek inside the Annenberg desert fantasyland

     
    Sunnylands: Sunnylands, the Rancho Mirage fantasyland of Walter and Leonore Annenberg, is opening for public tours in March....
  • The Oscar voters: Meet the members at large

     
    There are 244 voting members at large of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, including stunt men, chemists, casting directors and choreographers. Members at large don’t belong to one of the 15 specific “craft” branches in...
  • Oscar voters: 99-year-old in academy 'never wanted to be a star'

     
    Oscars 2012: At 99, Connie Sawyer is one of the oldest members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences....
  • Mike Melvoin dies at 74; studio musician, composer

    Mike Melvoin dies at 74; studio musician, composer
    Mike Melvoin, a pianist/composer/arranger whose credits reach from Stan Getz and Frank Sinatra to Michael Jackson and the Beach Boys, and who was the first active musician to serve as national president of the Recording Academy, has died. He was 74. A...
  • Old Hollywood lingers at Chez Jay

    Old Hollywood lingers at Chez Jay
    When piped-in music and a bar's history perfectly align, it makes for a sweet cocktail of synchronicity, a besotted wink from the intimate interior that makes all the drinkers lean into their liquor just a little bit more. On a recent Sunday night, the...
  • Boys' basketball: A big coaching moment for Grant's Howie Levine

     
    There have been only two basketball coaches since Van Nuys Grant opened in 1958. Howie Levine took over in 1986 from Bill McKee, and in his 26th season, he's trying to win the school's first championship. Grant will play Bell......
  • Time for Mitt Romney to change his tunes

     
    The bigger the campaign, the lamer the playlist. Mitt Romney's presidential campaign released a 19-song Spotify playlist on Friday, and in the grand tradition of presidential candidates, it was chock full of inoffensive hits. Not that the songs were bad.....
  • Chicago, that tippling town

    Chicago, that tippling town
    The first rule of business — any business — is this: Do what you do well. And what Chicago does well is drink. Oh, there are other things to be sure (architecture! comedy! baseball!), but in this city, booze is as much a business as it is...