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  • Kimbra feels life reverberate in 'The Golden Echo'

    Kimbra feels life reverberate in 'The Golden Echo'
    On Feb. 10, 2013, Kimbra walked onto the Staples Center stage and accepted a Grammy Award from Prince, who added his own seal of approval before reading the Recording Academy's pick for record of the year. "Oh, I love this song," he said of "Somebody...
  • Into the ether with Greil Marcus' ' History of Rock 'n' Roll'

    Into the ether with Greil Marcus' ' History of Rock 'n' Roll'
    "Once a song has gone into the ether, it never disappears," Greil Marcus remarks in "The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs." But it never reappears in quite the same form, either. A song like "Money (That's What I Want)" means something entirely...
  • 'Fargo' mastermind Noah Hawley makes stranger-than-fiction real

     'Fargo' mastermind Noah Hawley makes stranger-than-fiction real
    For Noah Hawley, this is a true story. "Fargo," the critically lauded FX miniseries adaptation of Joel and Ethan Coen's Oscar-winning 1996 black comedy, made quite the impression with the TV academy, receiving a hefty 18 Emmy nominations —...
  • Researcher's mission to show Nazis' silencing of music during Holocaust

    Researcher's mission to show Nazis' silencing of music during Holocaust
    Nazi crimes against visual art are easy to grasp. We can see images of paintings they stole. We can read about court battles Holocaust victims and their heirs sometimes have fought to get them back. But how does one show the willful obliteration of...
  • Classical music: Trio to present work of Viennese composer

    If you've never heard of the Viennese composer Johann Baptist Vanhal, you're not alone. Vanhal, who was born in Bohemia in 1739 and died in Vienna in 1813, is a shadowy figure; only part of his vast output of music has been satisfactorily evaluated or...
  • Theater: Touchstone's season includes collaborations

    Touchstone Theatre of Bethlehem has announced its upcoming season and it is filled with collaborations, including with Allentown Public Theatre. "Collaboration is our middle name," says Bill George, Touchstone founder and ensemble member. "We love...
  • SoundCloud joins the music streaming mainstream with advertising

    SoundCloud joins the music streaming mainstream with advertising
    SoundCloud, a popular destination for music on the Web, is going commercial. The site has attracted millions of users with free streaming audio and no ads. But its days as a commercial-free service are coming to an end. Late on Wednesday, the Berlin-...
  • Music, book publishing worlds finding common ground

    Music, book publishing worlds finding common ground
    To his fans, rock musician Jack White is the guy who just broke the record for having the biggest-selling vinyl record of the last 20 years. The success of his latest album, "Lazaretto," which just beat out Pearl Jam's "Vitalogy" as the biggest vinyl...
  • Family guide to new movie releases: 'If I Stay,' more

    'If I Stay' Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements and some sexual material Summary: A car wreck puts a teen girl into a coma, and she takes stock of her life to decide whether or not she wants to live. Kid attractor: Chloe Grace Moretz and Jamie...
  • Why the Pay TV Model Won't Work for the Music Business

    You've got to stop e-mailing me Ted Gioia's article in the Daily Beast about lessons the music industry can learn from TV. This is what drives me crazy about America, people glom onto something that squares with their worldview, and they trumpet it to...
  • Best and Worst of the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    After a water main break left UCLA's Pauley Pavilion temporarily out of service, the Teen Choice Awards were forced to move to Shrine Auditorium, a venue that's more theater than it is stadium. Nonetheless, Sunday's ceremony was far from a disaster,...