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  • TV picks for Oct. 28 to Nov. 3: Pete Holmes, Charlie Brown & Atlanta housewives

    TV picks for Oct. 28 to Nov. 3: Pete Holmes, Charlie Brown & Atlanta housewives
    Here's a sampling of what's on TV during the week of Oct. 28 to Nov. 3. Monday, Oct. 28 Seduced and Abandoned 8 p.m. Monday, HBO This documentary takes us behind the scenes as filmmaker James Toback and Alec Baldwin try to get financing for a movie...
  • Album review: Arcade Fire blazes ahead on 'Reflektor'

    Album review: Arcade Fire blazes ahead on 'Reflektor'
    Arcade Fire has certainly found itself on a strange perch with its new album, "Reflektor." The last time the Montreal-based group made a record, "The Suburbs," it did so as an acclaimed indie band — not a Grammy album of the year-winning act on...
  • Giorgio Moroder, the granddaddy of DJs, is back for another spin

    Giorgio Moroder, the granddaddy of DJs, is back for another spin
    In his penthouse condo on the toniest block of Westwood, one of the world's biggest dance music producers kicks back at his dining room table in an all-black Armani ensemble. A spread of magazine covers, featuring the producer's face, stares up at him...
  • Marvin Gaye's family sues Robin Thicke over 'Blurred Lines'

    Marvin Gaye's family sues Robin Thicke over 'Blurred Lines'
    Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” will surely go down as one of the biggest songs of 2013. The slinky dance track was No. 1 for 12 weeks, sold more than 6 million copies and served as the soundtrack for one of the most deliciously...
  • Review: Hard's Day of the Dead closes with a svelte Sunday

    Review: Hard's Day of the Dead closes with a svelte Sunday
    The voice coming out of the tent wasn’t exactly modest.  “They called me the granddaddy of EDM. Then they called me a 73-year-old EDM bad ass,” it said, with a vocodered robot tang. “My name is Giovanni Giorgio. But I like to be...
  • How Richard Marx's son ended up in a metal band

    How Richard Marx's son ended up in a metal band
    When the members of the Chicago-area heavy metal band For All I Am needed a new guitarist and backup singer for their group, known for its death-growl vocals and head-banging guitar riffs, they turned to 19-year-old Jesse Marx — youngest son of...
  • 'The Lone Ranger' is an expensive gamble for Walt Disney Studios

    In Walt Disney Studios' remake of "The Lone Ranger," the masked lawman and his loopy sidekick, Tonto, stop a runaway train, are beaten by bad guys and besieged by scorpions, and blow up a massive bridge with dynamite — all while trying to avenge the...
  • Paul Smith dies at 91; jazz pianist, arranger, composer

    Paul Smith dies at 91; jazz pianist, arranger, composer
    Paul Smith, a jazz pianist, arranger-composer and music director for stars such as Sammy Davis Jr., Anita O'Day, Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald, Doris Day, the Andrews Sisters, Sarah Vaughan and Rosemary Clooney, has died. He was 91. Smith died of heart...
  • Is a policy shift in the picture for Los Angeles murals?

     Is a policy shift in the picture for Los Angeles murals?
    Later this summer, following years of legal skirmishing and politicking, the Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote on whether to lift its decade-old ban on private-property murals. Some questions surrounding the proposed ordinance have been...
  • Review: 'Visitation Street' by Ivy Pochoda

    Review: 'Visitation Street' by Ivy Pochoda
    American crime fiction has a distinct genius for geography. In Richard Price's Dempsy, N.J., in "Samaritan" or "Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles," it is often the city as much as any single person that seems to bear responsibility for a murder. That...
  • 'The Lone Ranger': How will the flop affect its principals?

    “The Lone Ranger,” the Johnny Depp movie that sent reporters scurrying for euphemisms and filmgoers scurrying into other theaters over the holiday weekend, touched off a particularly rousing round of Monday-morning quarterbacking. Should...