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  • Jodie Foster ends a very long engagement with Hollywood Hills home

    Jodie Foster ends a very long engagement with Hollywood Hills home
    Jodie Foster has sold a home in Hollywood Hills for its latest asking price of $4.995 million. The Spanish-style house, built in 1935, is in the Bird Streets area, long popular with celebrities. A courtyard leads to the home's skylighted entry. The...
  • Diana Krall at Miami's Arsht Center on April 14

    Diana Krall at Miami's Arsht Center on April 14
    Five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall will perform at Miami’s Arsht Center on April 14, a rescheduling of a Dec. 12 concert that was among her U.S. fall tour dates postponed by illness. Krall’s Wallflower World...
  • Probing the legacy of the motorcycle jacket

    Personal protection was the big attraction of the first motorcycle jackets, which early 20th-century riders donned as indispensable body armor. But despite the advantages of these full-length steerhide and horsehide coats in terms of function, it wasn't...
  • Top 3 Concerts: Gwar, G.E. Smith & Masters of the Telecaster, Red Baraat

    GWAR Talk about seismic changes in a band. When Gwar founder/lead singer Odorous Urungus (David Brockie) died of a heroin overdose in March, fans questioned whether the heavily costumed, theatrical metal group could continue. The question was answered...
  • Review: 'The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs' by Greil Marcus

    Review: 'The History of Rock 'n' Roll in Ten Songs' by Greil Marcus
    We now live in the seventh decade of rock 'n' roll, and it has never felt more irrelevant, if such a thing can be gauged by contemporary radio playlists now dominated by slick rappers and aerobicized dance divas. Even terrestrial radio today plays less of...
  • Mellencamp's art shines in DeLand

    Mellencamp's art shines in DeLand
    Introducing John Mellencamp at a news conference last week, George Bolge, CEO of Museum of Art – DeLand, offered a scientific explanation of how the eyes process art. After a short lesson about rods, cones and electrical impulses, Bolge turned...
  • 'Jimi: All Is By My Side': Before Hendrix became Hendrix

    "Purple Haze" isn't here, and neither is "Hey Joe," "Foxy Lady" or "The Wind Cries Mary." None of Jimi Hendrix's classic music found its way into "Jimi: All Is By My Side," but that doesn't hurt this moody, mesmerizing film one bit. For one thing, as...
  • Art Fallout covers Fort Lauderdale

    Art Fallout covers Fort Lauderdale
    MAC Fine Art gallery opened last fall amid a jumble of warehouses where Flagler Drive parallels the railroad tracks, just across the street from hipster bar Laser Wolf in a neighborhood owner Mary Ann Cohen believes is ripe for transformation. Her 12,000-...
  • Bill Murray to Sing Christmas Carols in Upcoming TV Special (EXCLUSIVE)

    Bill Murray shows off his singing voice in the closing credits of the Weinstein Co's "St. Vincent," when he quietly croons "Shelter From the Storm." As the film's director Ted Melfi told Variety, the scene was shot in a single take with Murray and a...
  • Antalya Film Festival Nurtures Cinema's Young Turks

    Half a century ago, the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival was launched to boost production of quality Turkish pics by showcasing them alongside global standouts in an international movie industry milieu. That plan seems to be working. Local auteurs...
  • Music Supervisor Randall Poster Crafts Character Notes for 'St. Vincent'

    One key aspect of his job, says music supervisor Randall Poster, is to find the songs that can best shed light on the inner life of a character. And few characters have needed that kind of illumination more than Vincent, the enigmatic, curmudgeonly,...