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  • Beach Day: New album an exciting collection of retro echoes

    Beach Day: New album an exciting collection of retro echoes
    There is no mistaking Hollywood-based, indie-rock duo Kimmy Drake and Skylar Black’s affection for sunny fun at the shore: Onstage they call themselves Beach Day. And while their second album, “Native Echoes,” due out on Kanine...
  • Interactive bus shelters tout 'Houdini' miniseries

    Interactive bus shelters tout 'Houdini' miniseries
    The History channel is promoting its upcoming "Houdini" miniseries with interactive bus shelters challenging Chicagoans to hold their breath for three minutes — duplicating one of the magician's legendary tricks. The two-day series will run...
  • Don Pardo, legendary 'Saturday Night Live' announcer, dead at 96

    Don Pardo, legendary 'Saturday Night Live' announcer, dead at 96
    Don Pardo, the seldom-seen, booming-voiced announcer for "Saturday Night Live" for nearly 40 years, died on Monday aged 96, according to multiple family and media reports.  Pardo's death at his home in Tucson, Arizona, where he had continued to pre-...
  • Don Pardo dies at 96; 'Saturday Night Live' announcer

    Don Pardo, the legendary NBC announcer whose deep, resonant voice was heard for more than three decades on "Saturday Night Live," has died. He was 96. Pardo died Monday evening, according to NBC spokesman Rich Licata. The cause was not given, but...
  • Book: Jerry Jones had to be 'physically restrained' from drafting Manziel

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones did not deny a report that he was physically restrained in the team draft room from turning in Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel as their first-round pick. Responding Tuesday to a report that Jones was restrained by...
  • CNN's amusing advice on how to fake being an L.A. local

    CNN's amusing advice on how to fake being an L.A. local
    Here's a teeny-tiny idea, courtesy a slideshow on CNN.com attached to a summertime desperation slideshow story entitled “How to be an L.A. Local – 8 Tips for Faking It.” I suppose it's a compliment that in the city with an unmerited...
  • REVIEW: Ingrid Michaelson captures with her presence -- and her music -- at XPoNential Festival

     
    Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson has such an engaging stage presence, it hardly mattered that she sang at all during her concert Saturday at Philadelphia radio station WXPN’s XPoNential Festival presented by Subaru. Ingrid Michaelson at Camden'...
  • What key witnesses to the Michael Brown shooting have to say

    What key witnesses to the Michael Brown shooting have to say
    The grand jury tasked with weighing criminal charges against the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown will have to make sense of a muddled and conflicting series of narratives over the next several weeks....
  • George Nicholaw, Former Longtime General Manager of L.A. Radio Station KNX, Dies at 86

    George Nicholaw, the former general manager of Los Angeles newsradio station KNX, died at his home Saturday after being hospitalized with an infection. He was 86. Nicholaw started his career at a radio station in Salinas, Calif. "Nicholaw was there on...
  • George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX

    George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX
    George Nicholaw, the longtime general manager of KNX-AM (1070) who oversaw its rise into an award-winning, all-news giant and delivered on-air editorials that made his voice familiar to millions of Southern California listeners, died Sunday in Los...
  • WHO OKs use of experimental drugs for Ebola patients in West Africa

    WHO OKs use of experimental drugs for Ebola patients in West Africa
    A World Health Organization panel advised Tuesday that it was ethical to use experimental, non-approved drugs to combat the Ebola virus in West Africa, and that five such treatments were being considered for “compassionate use.” “There...