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KTLA NewsWEST HOLLYWOOD -- It's hard to believe, but the storied Sunset Strip through West Hollywood hasn't been repaved in 75 years. That's about to change as the city rings in the New Year with a fresh layer of rubberized asphalt on Sunset Boulevard starting...
Fox59.comIt's safe to say Golden Globe- and SAG award-nominated "Mad Men" star January Jones has made it as an actress -- no thanks to ex-boyfriend Ashton Kutcher. In an interview with GQ magazine, Jones says Kutcher told her to quit acting. "[He] was not...
Paula Abdul is one of the most recognized pop singers and choreographers in film, television, video, stage and live tours. Her celebrated work in choreography includes Emmy-winning contributions to "The Tracey Ullman Show," Abdul's own performance on "The...
Paula Abdul has agreed to continue her role as a fan-favorite judge on the hit series AMERICAN IDOL for at least three more years, it was announced today by Peter Liguori, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company. "Paula is an integral member...
Song Man: A Melodic Adventure, or, My Single-Minded Approach to Songwriting By Will Hodgkinson Da Capo, 290 pages, $16.95 paper 'Stay uncommercial. There's a lot of money in it," said Jerome Kern, who did OK by himself when he added "Ol' Man River,"...
Tags: Carnegie Hall, Jerome Kern, Ray Davies, Hal David, Jimi Hendrix
Tribune theater criticIn 1968, playwright and filmmaker Fernando Arrabal traveled in Mexico with The Doors' Jim Morrison, the rock-god answer to the Greek god Pan. Pan, half-man, half-goat and a rutting maniac every which way, inspired the birth several years earlier of...
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Chicago Tribune staff reporterThey called themselves the winter soldiers. In tattered Vietnam combat fatigues, the anti-war veterans marched through the small towns and strip malls of central New Jersey in September 1970. Staging "guerrilla theater" re-enactments of the conflict...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) Wild ambition and great achievement sometimes carry the seeds of their own destruction - a proposition that is both the central subject and dangerous stylistic temptation of Oliver Stone's vast, riveting, madly audacious movie...
Tags: David Lean, Peter Greenaway, Entertainment, Movies, Val Kilmer
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday February 21, 1997 "Message to Love," Murray Lerner's documentary on the Isle of Wight Festival, has been a source of frustration to the filmmaker for 25 years. That's how long it took him to get the money to make a proper film from footage...
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