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  • Jeff Beck to join Brian Wilson, Al Jardine at Greek on Oct. 20

    Jeff Beck to join Brian Wilson, Al Jardine at Greek on Oct. 20
    Beach Boys creative leader Brian Wilson will be joined at his Oct. 20 concert at the Greek Theatre by English guitar hero Jeff Beck, who also has been recording with Wilson for a new album that will return Wilson to the Beach Boys’ longtime label,...
  • Jackson witness: It would be 'conflict' for AEG to hire doctor

    A retired music executive testified Monday in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial that it would be "highly inappropriate" and "highly unusual" move for a concert promoter or producer to hire a physician for an artist. Former Capitol Records...
  • The winsome world of She & Him

    On a Tuesday afternoon in the basement studios of Capitol Records, She & Him were recording a volley of live tracks for a few radio station sessions. Singer Zooey Deschanel finished an umpteenth take of the duo's single "I Could've Been Your Girl," and...
  • Council committee OKs shorter Hollywood Millennium towers

    Council committee OKs shorter Hollywood Millennium towers
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. The developer of a controversial skyscraper project in the heart of Hollywood agreed Tuesday to trim the height of two residential towers by 25%, and the proposal was approved by a...
  • Arcade Fire scores second No. 1 album with 'Reflektor'

    Arcade Fire scores second No. 1 album with 'Reflektor'
    Arcade Fire burned through the competition on its way to the top of the Billboard 200 this week. The Canadian group bowed at No. 1 on the album chart Wednesday with "Reflektor," which sold 140,000 copies in its first week in stores, according to Nielsen...
  • Watch Nine Inch Nails make their network TV debut with Jimmy Kimmel

    Watch Nine Inch Nails make their network TV debut with Jimmy Kimmel
    Last night, Jimmy Kimmel hosted a plucky electronic rock quintet making its network television debut. The buzzed-about group played a sold-out show at the Troubadour recently, and on Kimmel's show, they delivered their au courant, electro-R&B tune "All...
  • L.A.'s top building official to stay in job for another six months

    L.A.'s top building official to stay in job for another six months
    The Los Angeles City Council Friday unanimously confirmed Mayor Eric Garcetti’s decision to keep Raymond Chan as temporary head of the city’s Department of Building and Safety for six more months. Chan is one of more than 30 department heads...
  • Classic Hollywood: George Chakiris does more than dance

    Classic Hollywood: George Chakiris does more than dance
    Before he electrified audiences in his Oscar-winning turn in 1961's "West Side Story," George Chakiris paid his dues in the chorus of movie musicals. In fact, he was still a teenager when he appeared with Marilyn Monroe in the sex symbol's signature...
  • Skyscraper site in Hollywood may sit on active fault, state says

    Skyscraper site in Hollywood may sit on active fault, state says
    California's state geologist has declared that the Hollywood earthquake fault is active and may run directly underneath a skyscraper project approved by the Los Angeles City Council last week. The assertion raises new doubts about whether the 1-million-...
  • Garcetti defers to seismic experts on Hollywood skyscrapers

    Garcetti defers to seismic experts on Hollywood skyscrapers
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday that he would rely on scientists to determine whether the city should issue permits to build two Hollywood skyscrapers on what could be an active earthquake fault running directly beneath the Vine Street...
  • Skyscraper developer agrees to dig trench to look for quake fault

    Skyscraper developer agrees to dig trench to look for quake fault
    The developers of a Hollywood skyscraper project said Friday that they had agreed to dig a trench on the property to help determine whether an earthquake fault runs under it. Officials at New York-based Millennium Partners said they do not believe the...