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  • The funky soul of Michael Chabon

    The funky soul of Michael Chabon
    Michael Chabon's new novel, "Telegraph Avenue," is like a child's bedroom overflowing with '70s pop culture — with used vinyl records and Motown name-dropping and cheesy blaxploitation movies, and set against a backdrop of racial identity in...
  • A chat with Chabon

    A chat with Chabon
    Michael Chabon's best-selling new novel, “Telegraph Avenue,” is set in and around Brokeland Records, a used-vinyl record store on the border between Oakland and Berkeley, Calif., where Chabon has lived since the late 1990s. The story follows...
  • Comic-Con 2012: Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' shocks, awes

    Comic-Con 2012: Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' shocks, awes
    It had to be the most hirsute panel at Comic-Con International’s cavernous Hall H. Between Christoph Waltz’s wild long grey hair and beard,┬áDon Johnson’s shaggy ponytail and goatee, and Jamie Foxx’s long, unkempt facial hair, the...
  • Wendy Davis' filibuster ignites Twitter; fans rip news networks

    Wendy Davis' filibuster ignites Twitter; fans rip news networks
    Wendy Davis became a media star Tuesday, even though the major TV networks barely mentioned her. The 50-year-old Texas state senator waged a 10-hour-plus filibuster in Austin aimed at blocking a bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks and force the...
  • Critic's Notebook: Movie violence must not be stopped

    Critic's Notebook: Movie violence must not be stopped
    I abhor violence. As a rookie police reporter years ago I saw the damage guns, knives, broken bottles, metal pipes, hands — humans — can inflict. From the terrifyingly premeditated to the unfortunately accidental, those images still have the...
  • Brad Paisley takes sonic twist on new album, explains 'Accidental Racist'

    Brad Paisley takes sonic twist on new album, explains 'Accidental Racist'
    “For me it's no fun to be a predictable guy in music,” says Brad Paisley. Indeed, the country star delivers the unexpected with his ambitious new release “Wheelhouse” (Arista Nashville). The 17-track album is crammed with the...
  • 'Django Unchained' pays homage to Wagner's 'Siegfried'

    'Django Unchained' pays homage to Wagner's 'Siegfried'
    When Los Angeles Opera presented its new production of Richard Wagner's "Siegfried" a few years ago at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the packed house included the usual assortment of donors and local opera buffs. Nestled somewhere in the orchestra...
  • 'Fast & Furious 6': Michelle Rodriguez, Gina Carano can kick your rear

    If Michelle Rodriguez and Gina Carano share a single regret, it's having not risked spinal injury together to film a key sequence for the thriller "Fast & Furious 6" last year. The action actresses get downright aw-shucks-y — wistful, even —...
  • Frugal Fashion: Uma Thurman in Chanel at Paris Fashion Week

     
    UmaKarl Lagerfeld presented the Chanel spring 2012 collection to a crowd of celebrity attendees during Parish Fashion Week. UmaKarl Lagerfeld presented the Chanel spring 2012 collection to a crowd of celebrity attendees during Parish Fashion Week Tuesday,...
  • Don Johnson earns the Tarantino Treatment in ‘Django Unchained’

     
    We've all heard how Jamie Foxx scored the title role in “Django Unchained” because Will Smith didn't need a Quentin Tarantino styled makeover. Or maybe he didn't want to play an ex-slave. QT, you will recall, codified cool in Harvey Keitel,...
  • Around Town: Edgar Wright shows his stuff and aliens attack

     
    Aki Kaurismaki films, a 1950s sci-fi double feature and a program curated by Edgar Wright are among this week’s film highlights....