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24 FramesA long-awaited Bob Marley documentary premiered Sunday at Berlin’s International Film Festival, and -- people get ready -- will open in U.S. theaters April 20 after playing Austin's South by Southwest festival in March. Though Martin Scorsese and...
There is no shortage of burgers in this town, whether classic or updated (you know, with truffles or bleu cheese or Parmesan crisps). But the truly offbeat burger shines in some unexpected places. Looking for a halal chicken tikka burger? A soul turkey...
Tags: Chili, Turkey (animal), Science, Ketchup, Waffles
On a recent summer day at the Paramount lot, the five members of the group SuperHeavy played along to a recording of their first single, "Miracle Worker," as a camera crane swooped over an assembled crowd of a few hundred and the music boomed. Onstage...
L.A. NOWA man who fled to Jamaica after the 1998 killing of a German tourist in Santa Monica was convicted Monday of murder in connection with the crime....
YELLOWSTONE PARK Enjoy wildlife splendor Follow in Obama's footsteps to Yellowstone National Park and see the season's best wildlife; in September, about 20,000 elk come out to mate. Xanterra's four-night Fall Wolf and Elk Discovery package takes you to...
For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is through their website only. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-...
Tags: Cambodia, United Kingdom, Tonga, National Government, Madagascar
La PlazaThe drop is blamed on clashes between supporters of Coke and government forces in late May, which left 76 people dead over several days. Foriegners on Jamaica's tourist beaches were not considered in danger during the battles, but the violence brought...
Pop & HissThis is how you give a sales pitch: ITS ABOUT FAITH, ITS ABOUT TRUST. FAITH IN THE KICK, TRUST IN THE CLAPS. ANOTHER INSTALLMENT TO GET YOU SWEATIN' ON A FRIDAY NIGHT. LAST TIME THE POLICE ALMOST HAD TO STOP......
Pop & HissAny number of metaphors floated across the stage during Paul Simon's rich, perfectly programmed concert at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood on Wednesday night. There was the sight of Cameroonian guitar master Vincent Nguini, stage left, wearing an...
The Daily MirrorThe current Natalie Portman film is not, perhaps, technically a remake of this movie. Instead of dueling ballerinas, the 1942 film features dueling pirates. Instead of the "Dying Swan" dance, there is a big battle at sea with cannons. And......
Los Angeles TimesThe most telling moment in "Come to the Edge," Christina Haag's memoir of her love affair with John F. Kennedy Jr., comes after his death in a plane crash off Martha's Vineyard. There are two memorial services, one for dignitaries and family, the other...
Gregory Isaacs, the Jamaican singer who pioneered the style of reggae music known as lovers rock and became one of the genre's major stars in the 1970s, has died. He was 59. Isaacs died Monday at his home in London, according to his manager, Copeland...
Tags: England, London (England), Sam Cooke, Entertainment, Music
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