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Culture MonsterChris Barton reviews boxed set 'Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology,' a beautifully assembled if flawed set that delivers quality listening despite the futility of trying to capture an entire genre in six CDs....
The Fabulous ForumIt seems Mark Purdy, a columnist for the San Jose Mercury News, thinks Staples Center is a quiet building and that the lack of support for the home team will give the Sharks an advantage Tuesday night when they play......
Pop & HissVancouver, Canadaâs Dan Bejar, the occasional member of the New Pornographers, has been crafting adventurous solo albums with various musicians under the heavy metal-like moniker Destroyer since the '90s. On âKaputt,â his ninth outing, Bejar has...
Show TrackerIn the Audi A8 Super Bowl ad, Kenny G might be the breakout star of the night, like Betty White in last year's Snickers ad....
Show TrackerWhat do all those Super Bowl commercials tell us about America?...
Pop & HissThe Dodgers and Angels are separated by more than just about 30 miles or so. When it comes to national anthem bookings, the Dodgers are a little bit rock ???n??? roll, and the Angels skew more family picnic time. But......
Dodger ThoughtsWith the first full decade of Dodger blogging coming to a close, it occurred to me that it might be time to do a little history preservation before too much time passes. So, as you'll see in the chart below,......
NIGHT OF A MILLION LAUGHS IN MALIBU There was magic in the air when Liane and Richard Weintraub opened their home for an intimate gathering to benefit the Malibu Foundation for Youth & Families. The intent of this Night of a Million Laughs was serious...
Special to The TimesBeginnings In a bargain that might rival the sale of Manhattan, Frederick and May Rindge bought the entire 27-mile Malibu coastline for $30,000 in 1892. And in what might be described as a precursor to today's beach access issues, the Rindges kept...
Tags: Nick Nolte, Homes, Johnny Carson, Auction Service, Sean Penn
Born on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Ive lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles, but I remain a big Canadian flag waver. Victoria may be the greatest city in which to grow up, but L.A. may well be the greatest city to live out your dreams....
Jan. 9 Chris Young Where: Green Valley Ranch (Henderson) Highlights: He released his first album while still in high school. At 21, Young is now one to watch in the world of country music. Info: (866) 782-9487, greenvalleyranchresort.com Jan. 9-10...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was good news for poetry that Barack Obama had award-winning poet Elizabeth Alexander read her "Praise Song for the Day" at his inauguration last month. It was maybe not as good news for Alexander, who had to follow Obama's speech -- a challenging time...
Tags: Disc Jockeys, Radio Industry, Poetry, Death, Barack Obama
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