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  • Earthquake fault risk to Hollywood skyscrapers hidden, foes say

    Earthquake fault risk to Hollywood skyscrapers hidden, foes say
    A lawyer for opponents of a controversial Hollywood skyscraper project criticized the developer and city officials for not disclosing important facts about an earthquake fault that may be directly underneath the site. The Millennium Hollywood project...
  • Weekend preview: We're funky, hot, soulful and thirsty

    Weekend preview: We're funky, hot, soulful and thirsty
    This is exactly how it’s supposed to work: the Funky Buddha Brewery opens along the FEC tracks in Oakland Park in June, its made-right-in-the-other-room craft beers and food-truck friends attracting the bearded and the pierced, the musical and the...
  • Tower project exposes gaps in L.A.'s oversight

    Tower project exposes gaps in L.A.'s oversight
    Eight years ago, real estate developer David Jordon bought the former site of the KFWB radio studios in the heart of Hollywood with plans to build a 16-story residential and office complex. Los Angeles city officials reviewed his plans and approved...
  • Opponents of Millennium Hollywood skyscrapers sue developer, city

    Opponents of Millennium Hollywood skyscrapers sue developer, city
    Opponents of the Millennium Hollywood skyscraper project filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the developer and the city, seeking to overturn the city’s approval of 39- and 35-story towers. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court,...
  • Letters: Don't obscure this Hollywood icon

    Re "Tower foes sue city, developer," Aug. 29 Several times a week I drive through the Cahuenga Pass toward Hollywood. Twice a week I take the shuttle bus to the Hollywood Bowl, and as we approach the 101 offramp at Cahuenga, I point out the Capitol...
  • Pop preview: Textures and personalities for every mood and agenda

    Pop preview: Textures and personalities for every mood and agenda
    This year's fall pop music season offers your average 21st century bounty, one with so many colors, textures, varieties, personalities and avenues for consumption that it's pretty easy to frame an argument depending on mood or agenda. Those observing...
  • Labels sue SiriusXM for use of pre-1972 recordings

    Labels sue SiriusXM for use of pre-1972 recordings
    The major record companies have sued SiriusXM over the satellite radio service’s use of recordings made before 1972, claiming that Sirius is not paying rights holders for the use of that music. The suit stems from the fact that before 1972,...
  • Review: 'Diving Board' delves deep into the classic Elton John sound

    Were it released in the LP era, Elton John's "The Diving Board" would have arrived as a fancy double gatefold album, 15 songs separated by instrumental miniatures to open each side. Such a presentation would have added an extra layer of import,...
  • Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'

    Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'
    On Oct. 25, 1975, Elton John played the first of two sold-out concerts at Dodger Stadium for a combined audience of 110,000 people. The gigs helped establish John as one of the most theatrical pop stars in the world: a piano-pounding dynamo prowling the...
  • Arcade Fire to launch North American arena tour in 2014

    Arcade Fire to launch North American arena tour in 2014
    What does a once-scrappy indie-rock band do after scoring its second No. 1 album? Announce an upcoming tour of some of North America's biggest venues. That's what Arcade Fire did Thursday, less than a week after the Montreal group's "Reflektor"...
  • Beatles' U.S. albums box set due Jan. 21

    Beatles' U.S. albums box set due Jan. 21
    More than a quarter century after the U.S. versions of the Beatles' albums went out of print, all will be reissued individually and in a 13-CD boxed set on Jan. 21 (a day earlier in the rest of the world) in conjunction with various commemorations of...