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  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of July 17-18 and beyond

     
    If you want to adopt a needy pet, help area rescue organizations or meet like-minded animal lovers in Southern California, the coming days and weeks are full of events sure to help. We've got the details on a number of......
  • Chronic samples: The collected source material for Dr. Dre's opus

     
    Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" is one of those albums that has inspired so many words, any discussion of its merits involves reiterating well-worn cliches. It kick-started the G-Funk era and the reign of Death Row Records. It provided a poignant......
  • The Do LaB announces lineup for 2010 Lightning in a Bottle Festival, premieres exclusive mix tape

     
    Only a Southern California dance-music festival can feature Daedelus and downward facing dog, but that's exactly what the fifth annual Do LaB "Lightning in a Bottle" music and arts festival will offer when it takes over 100-plus acres of Irvine's......
  • The Hold Steady at the Grammy Museum: Inside the band's 'age appropriate' new album

     
    It's hard to imagine there could be a music question that could render Craig Finn -- front man of Hold Steady, one of the wordier bands in rock 'n' roll -- speechless. But it happened Monday night at the Grammy......
  • 'Idol Gives Back' minute-by-minute (extended edition): All the action from the 'Idol' studio

     
    It was a strange Wednesday night in the Idol-dome. With the painful images of people in need, the awkwardly out-of-place stand-up-comedy bits, a looming elimination and President Obama going Randy Jackson on us, making heads or tails of it all was a...
  • A Taylor Swift fairy tale

    A Taylor Swift fairy tale
    For my daughter, Sophie, it was like finding the goose that laid the golden egg. "Today was a Fairytale," Taylor Swift was singing from the stage at Staples Center, and Sophie, age 11, was singing every word along with her, waving a colored light stick...
  • Audi A8 review: This V-8 lightweight proves its mettle

    Audi A8 review: This V-8 lightweight proves its mettle
    Though you may not think of aluminum as a precious metal as you would gold, silver or platinum, the metal certainly had its heyday. Once scarce and valuable, it was prized by Napoleon III, shown at the Paris Exposition in 1855 and chosen to cap the...
  • At this school, kids get in trouble if they don't turn up the music

    At this school, kids get in trouble if they don't turn up the music
    Roll over Beethoven. At the School of Rock, studying the classics means learning the Ramones' "Blitzkrieg Bop" and Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall," not "Moonlight Sonata." On Nov. 13, the nationwide chain of music schools opened its 60th...
  • Book review: 'LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour'

    Book review: 'LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour'
    Why did Stephen Davis write "LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour" (Gotham: 218 pp., $22.50)? He's already the author of the band biography "Hammer of the Gods"; what more does he need to say? One reason, he explains here, is...
  • Trailer accommodations in Joshua Tree

    Trailer accommodations in Joshua Tree
    I had my doubts as I turned off the isolated highway onto the sandy open desert. "Drive three miles, then make a left?" I wondered out loud while reading the directions, as my car bounced over mounds of sand, mimicking one of those souped-up cars in a...
  • Gene and Dean Ween bring virtuosity and humor to live shows

    Gene and Dean Ween bring virtuosity and humor to live shows
    It is 1984, in an eighth grade typing class in rural New Hope, Pa. Mickey Melchiondo and Aaron Freeman are ignoring the lesson, preferring instead to reflect upon the inherent merits of the Beatles, Prince and Syd Barrett. This discussion later results in...