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Brother (music group)

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  • Dignity Players' twisted family comedy 'Sordid Lives' shines

    Dignity Players caps its 2011 season with Del Shores' 1996 comedy "Sordid Lives," about a dysfunctional Texas family that could compete in sleaze and shock with most reality TV show stars — and beat them all in laughs. In his program statement,...
  • Credit reporting digs deeper

    Credit reporting digs deeper
    Sometimes it's hard to escape the notion that our lives are being slowly, inevitably reduced to a single database. For instance, if you thought your current credit report told the full story of your financial persona, it's nothing compared to what's on...
  • Weekend's best bet: Thrice at Recher Theatre

    Weekend's best bet: Thrice at Recher Theatre
    The remnants of pop-emo's heyday (the early aughts, let's say) are mainly carcasses, reunion tours and/or disappointing new albums that make fans wish their old favorite group would stop tarnishing its legacy. Thrice is an exception. The Orange County,...
  • Q&A: Did 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' star Elizabeth Olsen say John Stamos tickled everyone in L.A.?

    Q&A: Did 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' star Elizabeth Olsen say John Stamos tickled everyone in L.A.?
    When she returned to school at NYU over the summer, nothing was different for “Martha Marcy May Marlene” star Elizabeth Olsen. Well, one thing was different. “There was one time when I had to miss class because I had to go to a...
  • BSO lights a new fire under 'Joan of Arc'

    BSO lights a new fire under 'Joan of Arc'
    At the age of 16, a French villager named Jeanne d'Arc responded to what she said were the voices of saints, exhorting her to take up arms against English invaders. Dressed in male clothing, she led troops to victory in battle after battle before being...
  • Bluegrass legend to play in Burbank

    Mandolinist-guitarist-vocalist Roland White’s performance Tuesday night at Viva Cantina not only marks a homecoming for the onetime Burbank resident, but also a rare local opportunity to see a performer whose experience in traditional and...
  • Best Bets: Black Friday Art & Craft Market, Festival of Trees

    Station North, 16 W. North Ave., and Load of Fun, 120 North Ave. — host the Black Friday Art & Craft Market, Nov. 25, 3-8 p.m., featuring original art and crafts by members of Charm City Craft Mafia, Baltimore Etsy Street Team and Station North...
  • Record producer David Anderle lists Hollywood Hills home at $4.75 million

    Record producer David Anderle lists Hollywood Hills home at $4.75 million
    Record producer David Anderle has listed his longtime Hollywood Hills home for sale at $4.75 million. Built in the 1920s, the Spanish-style villa was once a speak-easy. Details include decorative tile work and beamed ceilings. The three-bedroom, four-...
  • Jackson Browne, Dawes and Jonathan Wilson to perform at the Satellite on Wednesday

     
    Tonight at the Satellite, the L.A. folk-rock band Dawes will back up Jackson Browne as a warmup for their own U.S. tour and Browne's short European solo tour....
  • The Reading Life: Ellen Willis' vinyl deeps

     
    LA Times book credit David L. Ulin looks at a new collection of work from Ellen Willis, the New Yorker's first pop music critic....
  • The Internet: Proudly flying the pirate flag

     
    The Times' editorial board on Friday endorsed a new agreement between film studios, record labels and top Internet service providers to discourage illegal file-sharing. The reaction from readers, however, was unanimous: Two thumbs down, way down. Here are...