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Special to The TimesScriptland is a new weekly feature on the work and professional lives of screenwriters. Indiana Jones, meet Jack Sparrow. Jim Uhls, who successfully adapted the "unadaptable" Chuck Palahniuk novel "Fight Club," has been hired to turn "Rex Mundi," a...
Special to The TimesU2's "The Joshua Tree," one of the most acclaimed albums of the rock era, was released 20 years ago this year, but it just got better. To celebrate the collection's anniversary, the Universal Music Group has reissued the album in an ambitious new three-...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"And as the flames climbed high into the night To light the sacrificial rite, I saw Satan laughing with delight The day the music died." -- Don McLean, "American Pie" Since the dawn of rock 'n' roll, death has been a recurring theme. But for many...
Times Pop Music CriticGEORGE MICHAEL is not a whiskey-swilling geezer like Keith Richards or a rebellious bohemian like Thom Yorke. He's a well-groomed, gracious man of means whose favorite topic of discussion is the domestic bliss he shares with his longtime partner, Kenny...
CAUSE CÉLÈBRETHE GREEKS invented democracy. Arianna Huffington, Los Angeles' most popular Greek expat and sublime aesthete, has turned the city's Democratic politics into a party. And we're not talking about the sort with no-host bars. The queen of the popular...
Special to The TimesAmoeba Music in Hollywood is so massive that you can feel overwhelmed. Between the new and used bins in the block-long store, you can find albums by thousands of artists. But if Amoeba co-founder Dave Prinz had to limit his offerings to a single artist,...
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Times Staff WriterIf all the connections worked, I figured I could make it by bus Tuesday afternoon from the FlyAway depot in Van Nuys to LAX for the overnight flight to London's Heathrow Airport, where I could race through customs to the Tube (stick with the Piccadilly...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEW YORK -- Michael Jackson still doesn't get it, does he? The 16th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction dinner here Monday was the ideal opportunity for the self-proclaimed King of Pop to begin humanizing himself--to start making us think of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSometimes it's the most profound part of a song, or the moment that interrupts a narrative's confident surface. Often, it's a backing up, a taking stock, a few seconds of reflection, poignant or even painful. The bridge -- also known as the "middle-...
Times Staff WriterThe winner and still champ: the Rolling Stones. On a night when rock 'n' roll's most celebrated survivors played with such passion and fire at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum that they looked as though they could go on convincingly for another 10...
Life in the United States was hard for a man like Chester Himes, a proud, nonconformist rebel and mulatto whose mother, often mistaken for white, demanded respect even to the point of armed combat. There's that great scene in his book "The Third...
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