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  • XXX porn parodies: 'Not' your parents' '70s shows

     
    Over the decades, a handful of television shows have found a lasting place in the heart of American culture. “The Brady Bunch,” “Bewitched,” “The Cosby Show,” “MASH,” “The Partridge Family,”...
  • Live review: Sahara Smith, Villagers at Hotel Cafe

     
    The Hotel Café served up an illuminating session on the power of good songwriting when it's delivered by a resourceful band — and when it’s not — with Tuesday night’s double bill in Hollywood featuring two rising talents: Texas singer-songwriter....
  • L.A. Times review of 'Nightmare' blasted as 'an insult to all' Avenged Sevenfold fans

     
    Avenged Sevenfold's latest album "Nightmare" was born during a time of vulnerability, M. Shadows tells the Times in Thursday's Calendar story. The frontman of the hard Huntington Beach-based rock outfit says that the album, completed after the sudden...
  • Stealth reporters: Meet nightlife's 'gossip girls'

     
    Britney Spears wanted to slip into something more comfortable. For much of 2007, the pop diva had been on a jag of increasingly erratic behavior: shaving her head, attacking paparazzi with an umbrella, a stint in rehab. And at a party at the exclusive...
  • Chasing L.A.'s food trucks sends hearts a-Twitter

     
    From supper clubs to food festivals to private dinners, gourmands have historically met one another around the edible, cooking up lifelong friendships and, sometimes, hot romance. But it's not every day that one gets an invite to a highfalutin' affair put...
  • Frank Miller's 'Holy Terror' leaves Gotham: 'I've taken Batman as far as he can go'

     
    Frank Miller says "Holy Terror" will come out next year but Batman won't be the hero. "It just seems that chasing the Riddler around seems silly compared to what's going on out there. I've taken Batman as far as he can go."...
  • A tennis star versus a football coach: L.A. Times bestsellers, Aug. 1, 2010

     
    On Monday, Jacket Copy wondered how former USC football coach Pete Carroll's book "Win Forever" is selling. Carroll's winning tenure has come into question after the NCAA leveled penalties against the school for improprieties made during his time there....
  • Reader comments: Hated opponents who would make fine Lakers

     
    On Thursday we asked, "Can you think of any particular players that you strongly dislike as opponents but would love to have on the Lakers?" Here's a sampling of what you all came up with: "Everyone, and I mean Everyone seems to act up when they play...
  • Eric Malnic and ‘Con Air’

     
    One of the late Eric Malnic’s more remarkable experiences was his involvement in “Con Air.” Here’s his original story, which inspired the film. When Jailbirds Fly, They Always Use 'Con Air' Travel: The amenities are few and the passengers are...
  • TCA Press Tour: Superman takes on cheerleading in the CW's 'Hellcats'

     
    So what is "Smallville" star Tom Welling doing executive producing a new CW drama about cheerleading? No, it's not about cute girls. The series is based on the book "Cheer: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders" by journalist Kate......
  • Why not hire a music critic as an 'American Idol' judge? Ten contestants for the job

     
    With three "American Idol" judges potentially in play, Pop & Hiss would like to make a humble suggestion: that one of the new judges be a bona fide music critic or journalist. There are a number of reasons why this......