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  • Kevin Love to give pro volleyball a try at Manhattan Beach Open

     
    NBA All-Star Kevin Love will play on the pro beach volleyball tour at the Manhattan Beach Open....
  • L.A. Unheard: Oregon Bike Trails ride to the beach [Updated]

     
    The band: Oregon Bike Trails, the solo project of Santa Monica singer-songwriter Zach Yudin. The sound: Oregon Bike Trails draw largely on Panda Bear-style submerged vocals, vintage samples and structural repetition, placing these tools in the service...
  • L.A. Unheard: Warm Weather's summer songs

     
    Warm weather: West Hollywood-based Warm Weather is the latest in a long line of L.A. acts devoted to summer worship....
  • Pendleton: Born in the USA and still going strong

     
    Booth Moore visits American legacy brand Pendleton, beloved by surfers after the Beach Boys' wore Pendleton board shirts....
  • OFF TOPIC: The Monkees cancel Sept. 10 show at Mountain Laurel, rest of tour

     
    Here we come …. Uh, no they don’t. The Monkees have canceled the remaining 25 dates in the band’s 45th anniversary tour, including a Sept. 10 stop at Mountain Laurel Center for the Performing Arts, the venue has announced. Peter......
  • Tuesday Platz Picks: Infectious Indian rhythms and 60s-style indie pop

     
    No guitars. No bass. No strings whatsoever, in fact. Just a full brass band, a Bollywood beat and enough energy to power a whole city. That, friends, is Red Baraat. (Volksplatz, 7 p.m.) This is a group on the way......
  • Foster the People tackles Neil Young at Lollapalooza

     
    Foster the People, L.A.'s fast-rising electro-pop act, haven't been shy about their genre-hopping ambitions. Still, the the masses awaiting "Pumped Up Kicks" at Lollapalooza in Chicago this past weekend could be forgiven for being surprised when the...
  • Pendleton Woolen Mills goes for the hipster class with new Portland Collection

     
    Pendleton Woolen Mills goes after the hipster class with the new Portland Collection launching in 200 boutique stores after Labor Day. The 102-year-old brand is tapping into the indie cool of Portland, the city that exported Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Ace...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    The Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. TRACE ADKINS Trace Adkins had only one Top 10 country song in the past five years, his longest top-of-the charts drought since his first hit, “Every Light in the House,” in......
  • Glen Campbell on Alzheimer's: Needing the ones he loves, Lord

     
    Glen Campbell, who revealed his Alzheimer's disease diagnosis in June, will release final album "Ghost on the Canvas" next week and go out on a farewell tour in October. Glenn -- and in the meantime, he's doing a farewell round of interviews, with wife...
  • Review: Taylor Swift at Staples Center

     
    Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Speak Now,” is all about confessions, but she let a humdinger slip at the first night of her Staples Center stand Tuesday. The flaxen-tressed poet laureate of heartland millennial romance recently bought a...