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  • CFCArts presents 'Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music'

     CFCArts presents 'Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music'
    Central Florida Community Arts presents "Calling London: Two Sides of the Best of British Music" this Friday, June 20. The concert features the CFCArts Symphony Orchestra. More than 100 orchestra and rock musicians will come together to present a...
  • Comedians Skipping Traditional Distribution to go Straight to Fans

    The on-demand revolution in entertainment isn't just about giving audiences more control over their viewing experience. Talent is also enjoying the instant-gratification boom. Take comedian Todd Barry. A chance phone call from his old pal Louis C.K....
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Sing Your Face Off'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Sing Your Face Off'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 1 - 7, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Sing Your Face Off In this new competition...
  • Clandestine-Arts stages 'Aida' in Orlando

     Clandestine-Arts stages 'Aida' in Orlando
    "Aida," the ancient Egyptian love story set to an Elton John pop score, will be staged by Orlando's Clandestine-Arts, the troupe that staged "Sweeney Todd" in January. Tim Rice ("Jesus Christ Superstar," "Evita," "Aladdin") wrote the lyrics for the...
  • TV Review: 'Almost Royal'

    At first blush, TV would seem to be a little "Borat"-ed out by now. Yet "Almost Royal" quickly establishes itself as a sprightly surprise, following a mock brother-and-sister team of snotty Brits as they travel the wilds of America, reeling in...
  • Selena Gomez giving up her starter home in the Valley

     Selena Gomez giving up her starter home in the Valley
    Selena Gomez, the 21-year-old pop star and actress, has listed her house in Tarzana for sale at $3.495 million. The neo-traditional home sits on a flat acre behind gates. A blue stone patio with a fountain leads to the bay-window flanked red front door,...
  • Classic Albums Live: carrying that weight

    Classic Albums Live: carrying that weight
    For the Classic Albums Live band, who will come together to cover the Beatles' penultimate album "Abbey Road" on Friday at Parker Playhouse, the mandate is simple: serious music with zero frills. Moptops, British accents, Paul's Sgt. Pepper jacket and...
  • Ticket Extras! Things to do this weekend and beyond

    Ticket Extras! Things to do this weekend and beyond
    Every Friday in Ticket, the Daily Press offers suggestions on things to do over the weekend and upcoming events to plan for. There are often lots more that won't fit into the print sections. So look here for Ticket Extras! online each Friday. This is a...
  • Michael Feinstein is keeping the standards alive

     Michael Feinstein is keeping the standards alive
    Perhaps the most concise way to summarize Michael Feinstein's work over nearly 30 years as a prominent keeper of the flame for the Great American Songbook is to say that the Great American song title that least applies to him might be Duke Ellington and...
  • Foster the People goes political with 'Supermodel'

    Foster the People goes political with 'Supermodel'
    In 2010, Foster the People's Mark Foster lived the dream for an aspiring songwriter. Buoyed by a light-stepping danceable beat, "Pumped Up Kicks" was electronic bubble gum pop with a dark lyrical undercurrent and a carefree tone that quickly went...
  • Catch the Dave Clark Five if you can on PBS

    Catch the Dave Clark Five if you can on PBS
    Just two weeks after the Beatles' landmark appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in February 1964, the British group the Dave Clark Five — the Beatles' biggest rivals in the U.S. — had its own remarkable debut on the hugely popular Sunday night...