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  • Evie Sands maintains her 'rock 'n' roll ethic'

    Evie Sands maintains her 'rock 'n' roll ethic'
    Evie Sands began her life in music as a 1960s rock ‘n’ roll bad girl, blossomed into a balladeer of profound depth and a prolific writer of striking grace and prowess. She has had her original songs recorded by Barbra Streisand, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, Karen Carpenter, Tom Jones, Helen Reddy and Dusty Springfield — a stunning who’s who of superstar vocalists, all of whom are noted for their discriminating taste in choice of material.
  • Kim Fowley, the eccentric L.A. producer-manager who created the Runaways, is dead at 75

    Kim Fowley, the eccentric L.A. producer-manager who created the Runaways, is dead at 75
    Kim Fowley, the mercurial and eccentric music producer and Svengali who created and managed the all-female rock group the Runaways in the 1970s, died Thursday after a long battle with bladder cancer. He was 75. Fowley had been periodically posting...

    Life lessons from 'Old School' star

    Life lessons from 'Old School' star
    Here's a lesson for you kids out there: Drinking to excess, copious use of profanity and bad late-night karaoke can lead to a rewarding life, professional success, marriage to a movie star and all the bacon you can eat. Just something to consider as you...

    Big race for Untapable, big announcement by jockey Rosie Napravnik

    Big race for Untapable, big announcement by jockey Rosie Napravnik
    They were a couple of strong females, and boy, did the Santa Anita crowd of 37,205 at Friday's Breeders' Cup hear them roar. Untapable, the female equine, won the $2-million Distaff. Her rider, Rosie Napravnik, announced immediately afterward that she...

    S.T.A.G.E. gathers Robert Osborne, Broadway veterans in AIDS benefit

    S.T.A.G.E. gathers Robert Osborne, Broadway veterans in AIDS benefit
    Back in 1984, relatively early in the AIDS crisis, actors Michael Kearns and James Carroll Pickett met with David Galligan about directing a benefit show to help gay men afflicted with the disease. Galligan, a journalist making the transition to theater...