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  • Looking Out: South Carolina House votes to punish colleges for assigning LGBT-themed books

    Some South Carolina lawmakers weren't thrilled to learn that two public universities assigned books with gay and lesbian themes as reading for students.   So, in a state budget approved Wednesday by the South Carolina House of Representatives, ...
  • Steve Aoki at the Hard Rock, and other unusual DJ sightings

    Steve Aoki at the Hard Rock, and other unusual DJ sightings
    Miami-born, SoCal-raised, globally in-demand EDM mystic Steve Aoki will turn up with his turntables in an unusual spot on April 18:  poolside at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday for $54 ($79 day of...
  • Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1969

    Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1969
    Aka: Songs you may hear on the upcoming final season of "Mad Men." Source: Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive 10. "This Magic Moment," Jay and the Americans Jay and the Americans scored its last big hit with this rendition of the song first made...
  • SXSW: The rapid rise of Moses Sumney

    AUSTIN, TEXAS -- Moses Sumney stood alone with just his electric guitar and whispery whisp of a falsetto. He electronically looped his voice into a choir; shaped his tongue clicks, handclaps and finger snaps into a rhythm section; and gently plucked the...
  • Washington Monument restoration changes atmosphere of Mount Vernon neighborhood

    Washington Monument restoration changes atmosphere of Mount Vernon neighborhood
    The scaffolds enshrouding Baltimore's Washington Monument offer passersby a temporary skyline change, but some residents and small-business owners in the Mount Vernon neighborhood worry about the two-year project's impact on their lifestyles and...
  • Television Academy aims to update its image after 68 years

    Television Academy aims to update its image after 68 years
    Sixty-eight years ago a cartoon director, a radio station owner, a military film editor and a Glendale schoolteacher came together with the goal of turning an emerging technology into a respected profession. Their pet project — the Academy of...
  • Community leader David Stiller dies at 78

    Community leader David Stiller dies at 78
    David Stiller, a longtime Costa Mesa resident known for his decades of service on a variety of city committees, has died. Stiller had been having health troubles for several weeks and died of natural causes at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital about 1...
  • Larry Moss, Dialect Coach, Dies at 83

    Larry Moss, dialect coach, as well as diction and acting tutor for many in Hollywood, died at his home in Santa Monica on Feb. 19. He was 83. Moss prepped hundreds of film, television and theater actors for challenging roles. He was a master at accents...
  • Reporter Bill Plante reflects on a changing White House

    Reporter Bill Plante reflects on a changing White House
    Bill Plante's journey from his Rogers Park upbringing to his current and longstanding post as CBS News White House correspondent has been, in many senses, a conventional one for reporters of a certain age. Plante, now 76, got into radio young — at...
  • L.A. Marathon is expected to attract 25,000-plus competitors

    L.A. Marathon is expected to attract 25,000-plus competitors
    More than 25,000 participants are expected to compete Sunday in the 29th annual L.A. Marathon. Defending men's champion Erick Mose of Kenya is among 16 competitors in the elite men's field. Ethiopia's Amane Gobena, who finished second in 2009, is...
  • Can this man save the music business?

    Can this man save the music business?
    Lucian Grainge has a vision for the future of the music business that bears scant resemblance to the traditional record company playbook. He is putting songs on smartphones in Africa, reviving moribund American record labels and making Lorde into a...