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  • Digital juke box maker TouchTunes explores sale: sources

    TouchTunes Interactive Networks, a digital jukebox company that lets customers pick songs they want to hear in restaurants and bars, is exploring a sale that could fetch roughly $500 million, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. TouchTunes,...
  • Amazon ignites culture clash over France's beloved bookstores

    PARIS Like many of the bouquinistes, the booksellers who line the banks of the Seine in the French capital, Bernard Terrades is a bit brusque. Terrades specializes in thrillers, and he speaks in the clipped, precise patois of the literature he sells. And...
  • NBC Says 'Better Late Than Never' to Korean Format 'Grandpas'

    HONG KONG - NBC is to produce variety travel show "Better Late Than Never," as a North American version of the hit South Korean series "Grandpas Over Flowers." It will feature four veteran actors who go backpacking across Asian countries in the company...
  • Bruno Leo PedriniNovember 8, 1915 - August 29, 2014

    Bruno Leo Pedrini<br/>November 8, 1915 - August 29, 2014
    Bruno Leo Pedrini, last living founder of Pedrini Music, passed away August 29th in his home surrounded by his family. In 1938 Bruno along with his brothers, Max, Tom and Manuel founded Pedrini Music in Alhambra, CA.  After Pearl Harbor, Bruno was...
  • James Brown biopic not so boffo at the box office

    James Brown was a unique talent: mercurial, scrappy, self-promoting. "The hardest working man in show business" had a challenging Southern back story of abandonment and discrimination that cried out for a Hollywood treatment. But "Get on Up," a movie...
  • Sources: New CSO president selected

    Sources: New CSO president selected
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association has selected Vancouver Symphony Society president/CEO Jeff Alexander to be its next president, pending a board meeting Wednesday, the Tribune has learned. Sources close to the situation said Alexander, who...
  • Allentown arena to hold free open house

    Can't afford a $100 ticket to see the Eagles open PPL Center on Sept. 12? You'll be able to get an inside look at the jewel of Allentown's downtown revitalization for free the next day. The city and its arts community have scheduled a daylong...
  • Classical recording label Cedille marks 25 years

    Classical recording label Cedille marks 25 years
    For a quarter of a century, the feisty little indie label Cedille Records has stood out as a plucky survivor in a domestic classical recording business that has been buffeted by a slumping economy, vanishing retail stores, the inexorable advance of pop...
  • Elvis Costello looks at the orchestral possibilities in Bowl shows

     Elvis Costello looks at the orchestral possibilities in Bowl shows
    Don't think that just because Elvis Costello is joining the Los Angeles Philharmonic for two shows at the Hollywood Bowl this week that the former Angry Young Man of the British new wave movement has gone soft now that he's turned 60. In fact,...
  • James Taylor booked for Nov. 18 show at Amway Center in Orlando

    James Taylor booked for Nov. 18 show at Amway Center in Orlando
    Timeless pop troubadour James Taylor will perform Nov. 18 at Amway Center. Since rising to stardom in the 1970s, Taylor has sold more than 100 million albums, a career powered by such melodic, easy-going hits as "Sweet Baby James," Fire and Rain,"...
  • States are eyeing stiffer ivory laws amid a surge in elephant poaching

    In an effort to stop a recent surge in elephant poaching, states are moving to impose stricter bans on the sale of ivory, building on federal administrative actions taken this year. New York and New Jersey have already taken steps recently to tighten...