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  • 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...
  • 72 Hours: Brave the dreaded 'Carmageddon' for some music

     
    Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80 @ California Plaza. The youngest son of revolutionary Afrobeat artist Fela Kuti, the twentysomething Seun has taken the reins of his father's powerhouse band and set the controls for the same politically and rhythmically.......
  • August at the movies in O-Town– some great titles sneaking in under the summer’s gun

     
    “Sarah's Key,” a superb Holocaust thriller starring Kristin Scott Thomas, may open as late as Sept. 2, I am now hearing. The release schedule is crowding up and when the only art theater in town gives up the whole summer to a couple of titles,...
  • Sunset Junction 2011: Stages, set times unveiled

     
    Sunset Junction 2011: Pop & Hiss has an early look below at the stages and set-times for this year's lineup. Headliners this year include soul legend Bobby Womack, dancey indie-rockers Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and alt-rock weirdos the Butthole Surfers....
  • Monday Platz Picks: Get your cello on

     
    The most intriguing act at Musikfest today is playing at one of its smallest venues: The band is Exter vs. Kimock, and it's playing the South Side's Town Square stage at 10:30 p.m. This will be without a doubt the......
  • Auditions: ‘Joseph and the Amazing … Dreamcoat’ from Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach

     
    Here's an audition notice for “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach: The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach announces auditions for: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat Music by...
  • Bluegrass singer Alison Krauss good enough to quiet crowd at Musikfest

     
    The main stage at Musikfest on Tuesday was perhaps the most quiet it’s ever been while a headline act was on stage. And it was a good thing. Alison Krauss Photos by Michael Kubel/The Morning Call There were 4,583 people......