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  • Retromania: Pop's past is taking over

    Retromania: Pop's past is taking over
    We live in a pop age gone loco for retro and crazy for commemoration. Band reformations and reunion tours, tribute albums and box sets, anniversary festivals and live performances of classic albums: Each new year is better than the previous year for music...
  • Isla Fisher taps into high fashion

    Isla Fisher taps into high fashion
    Isla Fisher, who stars in "Confessions of a Shopaholic," has a secret of her own: It was all method acting. "I'm not anti-shopping, but I shop rarely and poorly," says the actress, who's been handed the Herculean task of making a hero out of a woman...
  • Pipe Dreams

    "The question you're always asked is, 'Is opera still relevant?' " says handsome young tenor on the rise Joseph Kaiser. Despite his amiable temperament, he seems peeved by the frequently posed query. And why not? Singers like Kaiser and star baritone...
  • The Siren's Call: 'When Giants Walked the Earth' by Mick Wall

    The Siren's Call: 'When Giants Walked the Earth' by Mick Wall
    Is there a more mythic band than Led Zeppelin? At the pinnacle of their success, with Robert Plant's hair lighted by stadium lights, they looked like they'd just come down off Mt. Olympus. "Plant," writes Mick Wall in his new book "When Giants Walked...
  • Man wrongfully convicted in mother's 1983 slaying, jurist says

    Man wrongfully convicted in mother's 1983 slaying, jurist says
    A San Fernando Valley man serving a life sentence in state prison for the 1983 beating and stabbing death of his mother was wrongfully convicted and should be retried or set free, a federal magistrate judge in Los Angeles has recommended. In a 69-page...
  • Step by surgical step, a life is transformed

    Step by surgical step, a life is transformed
    When the nurses wheeled Ana Rodarte into the operating room at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, she was already dopey from the sedative she'd been given in pre-op. A heart monitor began to capture her drowsy rhythms. The anesthesiologist covered...
  • Not another teen movie column

    Film critics and entertainment reporters have been straining to come up with ever more elaborate superlatives for "supercute" teen flick "Superbad" and its creators, "mayor of comedy" Judd Apatow and "our transplanted Canadian" Seth Rogen. The...
  • Les Paul dies at 94; guitarist whose innovations paved the way for rock 'n' roll

    Les Paul dies at 94; guitarist whose innovations paved the way for rock 'n' roll
    Les Paul was often called rock royalty, but for the people who knew the man before his death Thursday at age 94, that term often inspired a gentle chuckle. Born in Wisconsin in 1915, Paul was a Midwestern jazz man who went on to make high-polish 1950s...
  • Davey Graham dies at 68; trailblazing British guitarist

    Davey Graham, a trailblazing British guitarist of folk and blues who influenced such performers as Paul Simon and guitarist Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, died of lung cancer Dec. 15 at his home in London. He was 68. Graham's guitar instrumental "Anji"...
  • Jerry Wexler, 91; influential music producer coined 'rhythm and blues'

    Jerry Wexler, 91; influential music producer coined 'rhythm and blues'
    Jerry Wexler, the influential Atlantic Records producer who coined the term "rhythm and blues" before helping shape that sound into one of the most powerful musical forces of the 1950s and '60s, died Friday morning at his home in Sarasota, Fla. He was 91....
  • Alex Chilton dies at 59; mercurial leader of the Box Tops, Big Star

    Alex Chilton dies at 59; mercurial leader of the Box Tops, Big Star
    Alex Chilton, the mercurial leader of the Box Tops and Big Star who burst from the Memphis music scene in 1967 singing "The Letter" in the smoke-gravel voice of a grizzled soul man even though he was just 16 at the time, has died. He was 59. Chilton...