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  • Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Troy: Street Magic" on Syfy'

    Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Troy: Street Magic" on Syfy'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 17 - 23, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES The Voice The season finale begins with a...
  • David Letterman, 'Survivor,' '500 Questions': This week

    David Letterman's exit is the big event as another TV season ends and reality series announce their victors. Letterman concludes his record 33-year run in late night with Wednesday's "Late Show" at 11:35 on CBS. The network isn't saying a lot about that...
  • At IsraelFest, mighty songs of joy

    At IsraelFest, mighty songs of joy
    On the phone in sunny Rio de Janiero, Neshama Carlebach acknowledges a shiver as she recounts one of the more forbidding turns taken on her spiritual quest, which left her standing inside the gates of Auschwitz. Carlebach and partner Josh Nelson,...
  • Q&A: Ray Wylie Hubbard talks 'dead thumb' guitar playing, working with Willie Nelson, and more

    Q&A: Ray Wylie Hubbard talks 'dead thumb' guitar playing, working with Willie Nelson, and more
    Long before the release of his newest album, "The Ruffian's Misfortune," Texas-based songwriter and guitar-slayer Ray Wylie Hubbard joined the pantheon of country-blues rock gods he so often enshrines in his songs. "Misfortune" is a hearty stew of gritty,...
  • The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume

    The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume
    The Nobel Prize in Literature isn't awarded until October, but it's never too early to start the speculating, and maybe even the lobbying. You see, I think it's high time for another American to win the award. The last U.S.-born recipient was Toni...
  • Essential tracks: Natalie Prass' debut has plenty of brass, irresistible songs

    Essential tracks: Natalie Prass' debut has plenty of brass, irresistible songs
    Natalie Prass, "Natalie Prass" (Space Bomb/Columbia). Richmond, Va.,-based Prass' debut album was released four months ago, which may as well be a decade in the scheme of things. I missed it until a few weeks back — a huge, disclosure-worthy...
  • Tower Chorale's Folk Fest gives classics a new spin

    Tower Chorale's Folk Fest gives classics a new spin
    What would Simon & Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence" sound like in six-part harmony? What would it be like to sing along to Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" at a concert led by over 80 accomplished vocalists? Find out when the Tower Chorale, a...
  • Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage

    Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage
    Two-time Grammy nominee Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis tonight for an evening of jumpin' jazz and smoky cabaret ballads along with plenty of spicy Brazilian and Latin rhythms to stretch and soothe away the stress of a long work...
  • Me, My Shelf and I: Tom Leavens

    Me, My Shelf and I: Tom Leavens
    Step into Tom Leavens' home library and you get a pretty clear picture of what kind of law Leavens practices. The Evanston-based attorney — a partner in the entertainment law firm Leavens, Strand & Glover and general counsel for Pitchfork Media...
  • Up North for May 7

    Up North for May 7
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048; http://www.andersonartscenter.com. Solo Show Winners of 2014 Winter Juried Exhibition: Kathy Barnes, Christopher Johns, Karen Murphy, Suellyn...
  • Even with electric guitars, Mumford and Sons are still mediocre

    Even with electric guitars, Mumford and Sons are still mediocre
    Mumford & Sons have won Grammy awards and sold million of records, mostly by donning outfits straight out of a John Steinbeck novel while furiously strumming banjos and upright bass. The London-based band makes crowdpleasing choruses that, despite being...