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Whoever said fame was fleeting had no idea what they were talking about. Just ask Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jordan or Bill Murray. They've been soaking up the spotlight for years. In fact, not only does fame...
PHOENIX — Let me tell you about Josh Hamilton's first rocket ship of spring. It isn't a perfect home run. He gets under it a bit more than he would've liked, so it's towering, corpulent, full of cha-cha. At last sighting, it was in...
Tags: Mike Scioscia, Sports, Hank Conger, Ned Colletti , Howie Kendrick
After a hearty "1, 2, 3, 4!" Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band dived into "Land of Hope of Dreams," in which the rocker opened "121212: The Concert for Sandy Relief" on an inspiring note, singing: Leave behind your sorrows Let this day be the last...
We're finally nearing the finish line on "The X Factor," with only weeks left before the Season 2 finale. Can I get a Hallelujah? (And I don't mean the Leonard Cohen song that has become a standard on these singing-competition shows, though come to...
"The X Factor" and "The Voice" both crowned winners this week, but were they truly the best of their class? On "The X Factor," country singer Tate Stevens won Season 2, edging out teenager Carly Rose Sonenclar and the girl group Fifth Harmony on...
OK, "X Factor" watchers, we're almost there. The final performance show of the season began with an anxious-looking Simon Cowell introducing a tribute to the victims of Sandy Hook: Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone," featuring most of this season's...
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticIn what's becoming an annual ray of light amid the consumerist darkness of Black Friday, the music retail marketing movement known as Record Store Day has once again put forth a bounty of limited-edition music to be available the day after Thanksgiving....
Tags: Wes Anderson, Holidays, King Diamond, Music, Walmart
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticIn another era, when musical overload and recorded abundance hadn’t so fragmented the listening public as to diminish the notion of shared tastes, a pitch-perfect performance such as Lianne La Havas’ at the Roxy on Friday night would have...
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Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork were doing what they could to keep the tone light Saturday night at the Greek Theatre, where the Monkees swung in for a stop on their first tour since the February death of the group’s beloved frontman, Davy Jones....
Tags: Peter Tork, Concerts, Arts and Culture, Music, Kristin Chenoweth
Pop & HissClassic-film fans know all about Frank Capra’s 1941 political treatise “Meet John Doe.” Soon, music lovers will have the chance to “Meet Joe Smith,” and in the process get a little closer to dozens of the most important...
24 FramesBrad Pitt's "Killing Them Softly," directed by Andrew Dominik, has anti-capitalist themes. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival....
Pop & HissLos Angeles singer-songwriter Robert Francis release his new album, "Strangers in the First Place," on May 22. Robert Francis will play a record release party at the Troubadour in West Hollywood on May 23....
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