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  • PIX11 Talks With Andrew Lee, Director And Writer Of Short Film "Home Again"

    PIX11 Talks With Andrew Lee, Director And Writer Of Short Film "Home Again"
    The Manhattan Film Festival, features films on a local and national level. Andrew Lee, director and writer of the short film "Home Again" sat down with PIX11's Alyssa Zauderer to discuss the trials and tribulations of two friends and a guitar. Alyssa...
  • Dillon scores first trucks win of season at Nashville

    Austin Dillon passed Johnny Sauter with 23 laps to go and did not look back, winning Friday night's Lucas Deep Clean 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Nashville Superspeedway for his first trip to victory lane this season. Dillon, who won two...
  • Buell's off-road life of rock 'n' roll thunder

    In the '70s, Erik Buell was an AMA superbike racer. In the '80s, he added Harley-Davidson engineer and Buell Motorcycles founder to his resume. Now, the Buell chairman and chief technical officer is fronting the Thunderbolts rock band and designing a line...
  • 'Perfecting Sound Forever: An Aural History of Recorded Music' by Greg Milner

    And in the beginning, there was no recorded sound. For millennia, music lovers had to play songs for each other in order to hear their favorite music. Because of this, perhaps -- as Greg Milner points out in his exhaustive, technically precise and...
  • 'Million Dollar Les Paul' by Tony Bacon

    'Million Dollar Les Paul' by Tony Bacon
    It may not be an Arthurian tale of Sir Percival in pursuit of the Holy Grail, but Tony Bacon's "Million Dollar Les Paul" (Jawbone: 288 pp., $19.95 paper) is still about a romantic quest. The object of his interest? The 1959 sunburst Les Paul electric...
  • Les Paul dies at 94; guitarist whose innovations paved the way for rock 'n' roll

    Les Paul dies at 94; guitarist whose innovations paved the way for rock 'n' roll
    Les Paul was often called rock royalty, but for the people who knew the man before his death Thursday at age 94, that term often inspired a gentle chuckle. Born in Wisconsin in 1915, Paul was a Midwestern jazz man who went on to make high-polish 1950s...
  • Discuss: What will you remember about Les Paul?

  • T. Rex's Marc Bolan, always famous -- and flamboyant

    T. Rex's Marc Bolan, always famous -- and flamboyant
    It was Aug. 11, 1973, at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Onstage was Marc Bolan, the enigmatic singer of T. Rex, in a shiny purple jumpsuit unzipped to his navel, wailing on a Gibson Les Paul Custom guitar. A halo of bushy hair swung around his face,...
  • Runner-up 3

    "Dodger Stadium?" the gray-haired cabbie said. "The freeways are gonna be packed." "Use Sunset," Palmieri said. "It'll take us straight down." Palmieri had never heard of a cabbie complain about taking the scenic route on the Strip. It was time to dial...
  • Fire risk is part of life in Twin Lakes, say residents of canyon near Porter Ranch

    Fire risk is part of life in Twin Lakes, say residents of canyon near Porter Ranch
    October in Twin Lakes is the season Anna Cox backs her car into the driveway so she can escape quickly. Santa Anas come out of the passes hard there, and in the 23 years she's lived in the canyon, fire has strafed her community too many times to...
  • Steve & Johnnie Schedule - Nov 16th - 20th

    Don't forget that, in addition to this blog, you can find us on  Twitter, on Facebook and our Yahoo group.  SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING: Our New Music Monday Magic Laser lands on "Reunited," the 50th anniversary reunion CD from Cliff Richard & The...