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  • Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'

    Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'
    On Oct. 25, 1975, Elton John played the first of two sold-out concerts at Dodger Stadium for a combined audience of 110,000 people. The gigs helped establish John as one of the most theatrical pop stars in the world: a piano-pounding dynamo prowling the...
  • PASSINGS: Storm Thorgerson

    PASSINGS: Storm Thorgerson
    Storm Thorgerson Creator of album art for Pink Floyd, Zeppelin Storm Thorgerson, 69, an English graphic designer whose eye-popping album art for Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin encapsulated the spirit of 1970s psychedelia, died Thursday. In a...
  • PASSINGS: Toshi Seeger, Zelma Stennis, David H. Solomon, John D. Wilson

    PASSINGS: Toshi Seeger, Zelma Stennis, David H. Solomon, John D. Wilson
    Toshi Seeger Partner in activism with husband Pete Seeger Toshi Seeger, 91, folk singer Pete Seeger's wife of 70 years and a close partner in his social and environmental activism, died Tuesday at the couple's home in Beacon in New York's Hudson...
  • Mick Farren dies at 69; British rocker embodied '60s spirit

    Mick Farren dies at 69; British rocker embodied '60s spirit
    Mick Farren, the British rocker, science-fiction writer, social critic and provocateur who embodied the rebellious spirit of the counterculture throughout a career that ranged from Britain's underground music clubs to Los Angeles' alternative journalism...
  • Immigration reform predictions are mathematical and personal

    Immigration reform predictions are mathematical and personal
    Tom Wong sat in the parking lot of a San Diego McDonald's, scarfing a double cheeseburger and listening to the Senate's roll-call vote on immigration as it live-streamed over his iPhone. Landrieu, aye. Leahy, aye. Lee, no. Just as he had predicted....
  • Britain asked to explain detention of Snowden reporter's partner

    Britain asked to explain detention of Snowden reporter's partner
    Pressure is building on British authorities to explain the use of anti-terrorism legislation to detain the partner of an American journalist who published information about U.S. surveillance leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward...
  • With gay marriage in Britain, rainbows multiply on social media

    Social media became a more colorful place in Britain as Queen Elizabeth II gave gay marriage the official OK. The rainbow emblem of the gay movement is seen in images including the queen in seven striking suits as supporters celebrated their controversial...
  • David Suchet bids farewell to Agatha Christie's Poirot

    David Suchet bids farewell to Agatha Christie's Poirot
    GALMPTON, England — The final push to the top of his personal Everest consisted of about 50 dainty steps, in the precise and idiosyncratic gait he has perfected over 25 years. David Suchet paced up to the door of the house, glanced around, gave...
  • Emmys 2013: Julian Fellowes of 'Downton Abbey' on season 3, 'Smash'

    Emmys 2013: Julian Fellowes of 'Downton Abbey' on season 3, 'Smash'
    The British are known for maintaining a stiff upper lip, even in moments of triumph, which is why Julian Fellowes was glad to have a friend from Los Angeles with him at lunch when he learned that “Downton Abbey” had been nominated for a...
  • British Open: Miguel Angel Jimenez leads; Tiger Woods one back

    British Open: Miguel Angel Jimenez leads; Tiger Woods one back
    GULLANE, Scotland — The stretching routine that Miguel Angel Jimenez goes through before each round may look a bit ridiculous. It's sure working out, though. The fun-loving Spaniard, again showing how much experience matters at golf's oldest...
  • From out of nowhere, Phil Mickelson wins the British Open

    From out of nowhere, Phil Mickelson wins the British Open
    GULLANE, Scotland — Phil Mickelson's victory Sunday in the British Open falls easily into the category of nobody-saw-that-one-coming. That he can play great golf is unquestioned. He had won four major titles and was in the mix until the end of the...