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  • On the Town: Breakfast with Santa comes early, Hoover High's 'Tour of Homes'

    On the Town: Breakfast with Santa comes early, Hoover High's 'Tour of Homes'
    The La Crescenta Woman’s Club Junior Section just held one of the earlier Breakfasts with Santa in the holiday season. On Saturday (Dec. 8), the clubhouse was jumpin’ with a holiday buffet, live music, door prizes, opportunity prizes and gifts and crafts for each child to make. All of this was available for $10 per person.
  • Like/Dislike, Victoria Vox, singer-songwriter

    Like/Dislike, Victoria Vox, singer-songwriter
    Even as a child, Victoria Vox knew music was her plan. "I decided that I was going to be a singer when I was 6," the 34-year-old Baltimore resident said. "I loved the way music moved me." The Green Bay, Wisc., native — and ukulele fan —...

    Lou Reed gives his blessing for 'Heroin,' rearranged for cello and voice

    On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Philharmonic presents "Music from Bang on a Can," a night of works by renowned postmodern composers David Lang, Julia Wolfe and Michael Gordon that's part of the Phil's Green Umbrella new music series. Among the...

    Q & A with the irrepressible Laurie Anderson

    Laurie Anderson brings “Delusion,” her latest work of multimedia performance art and music, to UCLA’s Royce Hall on Thursday. She’s based in New York with her rock musician husband, Lou Reed, and blind rat terrier, Lolabelle, who played piano at.....

    Performance review: Laurie Anderson's 'Delusion'

    Two years ago in Campbell Hall at UCSB, Laurie Anderson, distressed over an America at war in Iraq, wondered whether we might just start over. But “oh, my brothers,” she intoned in “Homeland,” “oh, my sisters. How do we begin...