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  • Donald Trump on politics, new 'Celebrity Apprentice' cast [Video]

     
    Donald Trump announced the new cast of "Celebrity Apprentice" on the "Today" show. Donald Trump also avoided Matt Lauer's questions about his presidential aspirations....
  • Pasadena Symphony musicians negotiate contract, 5% raise

     
    The Pasadena Symphony and Pops said Thursday that it has negotiated a new five-year contract with its musicans that will see their base wages rise by 5% over the course of the contract term. The orchestra said it negotiated the new agreement with the...
  • Black History Month 2012 TV schedule

     
    Here are some notable new and returning television programs profiling memorable people, themes and events in African-American history, in celebration of February's Black History Month. Programs and times are subject to change; check back throughout the...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Top 5 Concerts of the coming week: 1. FUEL Fuel has just one member — lead singer Brett Scallions — from its 1998-2003 heyday, when it was based in Harrisburg, recorded in Hazleton, topped the charts with “Hemorrhage (In My......
  • Fantastical art and fashion abound at LAXART Ball

     
    The plate-breaking clowns in the kitchen, the cricket concert in the conservatory, and the party ball (literally) of performance artists on the patio were just a few of the incredible delights to be savored Saturday night at the LAXART Ball......
  • Shirley MacLaine to join 'Downton Abbey' cast

     
    "Downton Abbey": Shirley MacLaine will join the cast of "Downton Abbey" next season...
  • Jazz review: Trio M at the Musicians Institute

     
    Touching on elements of funk and world music, the leaderless trio featuring Myra Melford, Mark Dresser and Matt Wilson brought challenging, yet approachable jazz to the latest of the Jazz Bakery's Moveable Feasts....
  • At Grammy Museum, spirit of protest will offer break from awards

     
    While fans wait to find out if Adele, Rihanna or Bruno Mars walks away with a golden gramophone at Sunday night's Grammy Awards, trouble is brewing at the Grammy Museum. Preparations have been underway for an exhibition that looks at a tumultuous period...
  • Music review: Gustavo Dudamel's monster Mahler 8 in Caracas

     
    A review of Gustavo Dudamel, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela as they perform Mahler's Eighth, also called the “Symphony of a Thousand” with 1,400 performers in Caracas....
  • Caracas diary: L.A. Phil musicians get to know the Venezuelans

     
    Well before the Los Angeles Philharmonic packed for its 10-day tour to Caracas, Venezuela, music director Gustavo Dudamel said that his mission was to show off his orchestra to his home country. And yes, the audiences have been indefatigably enthusiastic....
  • Caracas diary: Dudamel, Abreu and a multitude of young musicians

     
    Mark Swed reports on the gargantuan Venezuelan student orchestras in a showcase event with Gustavo Dudamel and Jose Antonio Abreu....