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  • Stevie Nicks Honored by Adam Levine, Shakira, Sheryl Crow at BMI Pop Awards

    A star-studded crowd of musicians and scribes flocked to the Beverly Wilshire Tuesday night to celebrate legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks at the 62nd annual BMI Pop Awards. Adam Levine, Shakira, Sheryl Crow, Lady Antebellum and Vanessa Carlton...
  • 'Wonderland' vividly captures a rocker's comeback struggle

    The definitive great American rock 'n' roll novel has mostly eluded writers, despite worthy attempts by Don DeLillo ("Great Jones Street"), Scott Spencer ("The Rich Man's Table"), William Gibson ("Idoru") and Zachary Lazar ("Sway"). What fictional...
  • Annenberg Space for Photography show frames country music in new light

     Annenberg Space for Photography show frames country music in new light
    As house photographer at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville for more then three decades, Les Leverett was on hand for a lot of historic moments that unfolded at the country music palace. But even he considers himself fortunate for the circumstances that...
  • Intersections: The Crest won't stay a secret for long

    Intersections: The Crest won't stay a secret for long
    They’ve come from Paris, from London, from New Mexico, Austin and Portland, trekking up these wild hills hidden away in the crevices of Los Angeles, into this suburban small-town extension not exactly known for attracting outsiders, where the pace...
  • VH1 Orders Tyra Banks, Gay Rosenthal-Produced Docuseries 'TransAmerica'

    VH1 has given the greenlight to the Tyra Banks and Gay Rosenthal-produced docuseries "TransAmerica" (working title). The show will follow a group of transgender Chicago women as they deal with dating, family and professional ambitions while living in...
  • Andre Previn's 'Streetcar' opera will play L.A., but without him

     Andre Previn's 'Streetcar' opera will play L.A., but without him
    When you enter the small sitting room in André Previn's Upper East Side apartment, the cluttered space resembles a virtual survey exhibition of the 85-year-old composer's far-flung career and personal life. In plain sight on a table in the back were his...
  • 'One Man Band' paints odd picture of artist Llyn Foulkes

     'One Man Band' paints odd picture of artist Llyn Foulkes
    Though it was Claude Monet who famously said "I'm never finished with my paintings," that's clearly also the guiding belief of the eclectic, unpredictable, perhaps underrated star of the documentary "Llyn Foulkes One Man Band." Foulkes, an L.A.-based...
  • Ode to joysticks

    Ode to joysticks
    During his Video Games Live! concerts this weekend in South Florida, Tommy Tallarico says he'll invoke a classic that should unite two generations of video gamers: the arcade gem Space Invaders. On a vast projection screen suspended above a full orchestra...
  • 2014 Summer Dance Performances In Connecticut

    2014 Summer Dance Performances In Connecticut
    From original modern dance dramas to athletic explorations and abstract ballets, dance this summer has much to beguile audiences, not only in genre, but also in venue, with sizzling Latin dance being performed in outdoor spaces. Reggie Wilson/ Fist &...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Faire: L'amour'

    Centering on a Parisian rapper who has to deal with sudden deafness and a woman who's on temporary leave from prison to see her son, "Faire: L'amour" (abbreviated as "FLA") buries a poignant, confrontational exploration of loneliness and self-absorption...
  • Laguna Playhouse 2014-15 season: The day the music lived

    Laguna Playhouse 2014-15 season: The day the music lived
    Steve Steiner was standing in his parents' kitchen when he heard the radio broadcast. A plane crash in Clear Lake, Iowa, had taken the lives of musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson. It was Feb. 3, 1959, a time...