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  • The California Honeydrops take busking act onstage at the Mint

     
    A few weeks ahead of their month-long European tour in March, the five-piece band of seasoned street players will play the Mint on Feb. 18, brandishing a distinct blend of historic New Orleans culture and blue-eyed soul....
  • Parolee pleads to slashing Halloween partiers in Hollywood subway

     
    A 25-year-old transient pleaded no contest to assault charges for using a box cutter to slash two Halloween partygoers at a Metro Red Line station last year, prosecutors said Monday....
  • Iran opens biggest subway station yet, a dream long deferred

     
    The biggest subway station in Iran opened this week in a wealthy northern district to government fanfare and rows of flowers, welcomed as a blessing by urbanites tired of traffic congestion....
  • Live review: Sinéad O'Connor at the El Rey

     
    Despite a year in which Sinead O'Connor has made the gossip pages for non-musical reasons, the Irish singer returned to Los Angeles on Monday night for a transcendent performance. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts reviews....
  • Review: Gotye at the El Rey Theatre

     
    Gotye is an Australian experimental pop band who has attracted a huge international following and become an internet sensation....
  • Scott Weiland's holiday crooner concert: We were there

     
    Scott Weiland is in holiday-crooner mode at the El Rey Theatre....
  • Theater review: 'Cinderella Christmas' at the El Portal

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews "Cinderella Christmas" at the El Portal....
  • Oscar season: Some films let you make your own ending

     
    We live in an open-ended era with question marks hovering over our lives. So maybe it isn’t surprising that a quartet of current movies conclude ambiguously, leaving their characters’ fates not on the screen but in the minds of the audience....
  • Pop music review: Meshell Ndegeocello shows power, versatility

     
    The singer-musician and her stellar band range far, wide and deep at the El Rey. As the final notes faded at the end of Meshell Ndegeocello's plaintive, mesmerizing performance of "Grace" at the El Rey theater Friday, a woman's voice......
  • Live: Frank Ocean at the El Rey

     
    Frank Ocean, the singer whose 'Nostalgia, Ultra' is one of the most acclaimed records of the year, made his Los Angeles debut on Tuesday night. The Times' Randall Roberts reviews....
  • 'Work of Art' recap: Street art and graffiti in Brooklyn

     
    'Work of Art': "Work of Art" on Bravo hit the streets in Wednesday's episode, challenging the remaining contestants to create works of street art on the side of an industrial-looking building in Brooklyn. This week's guest judge was artist Lee Quiñones,...