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  • Silversun Pickups at the Greek Theatre Friday night

     
    By now, the Silversun Pickups' origin story is as well known as Peter Parker's: The Silver Lake rockers worked their way up from local clubs to mainstream success, culminating in a Grammy nomination for best new artist. Suffice it to say the hometown...
  • Live review: Silversun Pickups at the Greek Theatre

     
    The indie act, whose sound has evolved and deepened, delivers highly charged modern guitar rock. Not every rock act needs to change to play the big rooms. At the Greek Theatre on Friday, the Silversun Pickups looked as they always......
  • L.A. Unheard: Radars to the Sky

     
    The band: Radars to the Sky, an unsigned L.A. five-piece that recorded its debut album, "Supra / Infra," at Burbank's Rollercoaster Studios, Eagle Rock's The Ship and additional local spots. The sound: Radars play a gritty brand of power-pop as fuzzy as...
  • How neo are the neocons?

    In the play "Embedded," Tim Robbins' 2003 satire about the Iraq invasion, a thinly veiled Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz shout with Nazi-like gusto, "Hail Leo Strauss!" and get sexually aroused at the prospect of international conquest. During the post-...
  • The Bell Curve: The power of a vote

    John Dean called the other day to share a memory. He's an old friend who retired nine years ago as superintendent of Orange County schools. He now holds the title of emeritus, from which he draws on his long experience to serve as a consultant. As...
  • NJ Mansion On The Market For $68 Million

    NJ Mansion On The Market For $68 Million
    A New Jersey mansion recently put on the market is going for a whopping $68 million -- one of the highest price tags in the nation. The 30,000-square-foot residence, called the Stone Mansion, includes a ballroom, indoor basketball court, movie theater...
  • Needy Families Struggle Without Financial Aid

    Needy Families Struggle Without Financial Aid
    For days after the admission letter arrived, Lorelei Oliver was unable to look at her son Kamal without crying. After earning A's and testing among the top of his elementary school class, Kamal had been admitted to the 7th grade at Campbell Hall, a...
  • Port Facilities Spared Serious Damage

    Port Facilities Spared Serious Damage River, Waterways Open To Shallow Draft Vessels, Corps, Coast Guard Surveying River Channel NEW ORLEANS - Port of New Orleans facilities were spared serious damage in the wake of Hurricane Gustav and Coast Guard...
  • Children's Hospital - New Orleans

    Children's Hospital is Louisiana's only full-service hospital exclusively for children, offering a full range of inpatient and outpatient care. A not-for-profit facility, it is governed by an independent board of trustees made up of community volunteers....
  • Wes' Mess: The Best I Ever Saw

    Wes' Mess: The Best I Ever Saw
    Here on Sectional Friday, it's as good as any to publically answer a question that I am asked often. No, not is NASCAR fake. It is not scripted like wrestling (WWE style wrestling, not "Vision Quest" style wrestling) I prefer to think of it utilizing a...
  • 21-year-old Crowley Man Goes Missing After Argument

    21-year-old Crowley Man Goes Missing After Argument
    The New Orleans Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating 21-year-old Samuel J. Emerson of Crowley, La. who was diagnosed with minor retardation and was reported missing since Friday, March 12, 2010, at approximately 6:30 p.m....