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  • Ann Powers: Underconfident, the Idols overreach

     
    Hubris. Whomever remains to sing and, eventually, go on the summer tour after Wednesday's elimination round on "American Idol" should spend some time pondering that very old but suddenly relevant term. Though this season's remaining bunch is hardly...
  • Buzzmeter: 'Idol' experts pick Paige Miles as Tuesday night's biggest loser

     
    The "American Idol" expert pool has spoken, and the vast majority of our panelists expect Paige Miles to be sent home Wednesday night, while the rest are placing their bets on Andrew Garcia. What's the bigger "Idol" crime -- butchering Phil Collins or...
  • Robin Thicke: When I write my best, the soul is undeniable

     
    It’s safe to say that Robin Thicke is having a good year. The 33-year-old is riding high professionally, with his fourth album, “Sex Therapy,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard R&B/Hop-Hop albums charts, and personally -- he is......
  • Jazz vocalist Jose James talks inspiration, Flying Lotus, and tonight's Zanzibar gig

     
    With the genre perennially accused of atrophy, it's little surprise that precocious vocalist and "Jazz Times" darling Jose James has been hailed as a so-called "savior of jazz." But the hype surrounding the Minneapolis-bred and Brooklyn-based crooner is...
  • Jonathan Lethem talks to Jacket Copy about pot, virtual worlds and 'Chronic City'

     
    Jonathan Lethem, bestselling author of "The Fortress of Solitude" and "Motherless Brooklyn," comes to the L.A. Central Library on Tuesday night -- although there are no more tickets available, last-minute seats often open up at the ALOUD series. He'll be....
  • 'Skies of L.A.' Celine Dion | 2008

    'Skies of L.A.' Celine Dion | 2008
    "I've always wanted to do a song about L.A., and now I have one." Celine Dion, calling during a recent tour stop in South Africa, said her romance with Southern California began almost two decades ago when she came to Malibu to work with producer David...
  • Ernie Barnes dies at 70; pro football player, successful painter

    Ernie Barnes dies at 70; pro football player, successful painter
    Ernie Barnes, a former professional football player who became a successful figurative painter, known for depictions of athletes and ordinary people whose muscled, elongated forms express physical and spiritual struggles, died Monday at Cedars-Sinai...
  • Backtracking: The box set gift guide

    Backtracking: The box set gift guide
  • Ne-Yo, Keri Hilson and the style that lasts: R&B

    Ne-Yo, Keri Hilson and the style that lasts: R&B
    LOOKING classic-casual in a summer blazer, gray fedora and matching silk scarf, Ne-Yo leaned over his laptop in a West Hollywood recording studio one mid- August afternoon, playing selections from "Year of the Gentleman," his third solo album, out Sept....
  • Letters: Consider train travel en route to Gila Wilderness, N.M.

    Try making tracks to Gila Thank you for the wonderful article about the unbound nature found in the Southwest's Gila Wilderness ["Sheer Frontier," Sept. 14]. I was again disappointed that you informed your readers only of airline options as the best...
  • The lessons of Lil Wayne's No. 1

    The lessons of Lil Wayne's No. 1
    As music business headlines go, the one that arrived this week was a golden oldie, a half-forgotten tune from happier days: A new album soared to the top of the charts, selling more than 1 million copies in a single week. It was the first time in 39...