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  • Video of Gustavo Dudamel's L.A. Phil inaugural gala concert coming to iTunes

     
    Music Director Gustavo Dudamel's 2009 inaugural gala with the Los Angeles Philharmonic will be featured in the first full-length classical concert video on iTunes. The Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn. says that the Deutsche Grammophon live recording, part...
  • Targets of Gloucester subpoenas fight back in Richmond court

     
    Four Gloucester residents are strenuously objecting to attempts by lawyers of three county supervisors and an ex-supervisor to get copies of their computer hard drives. John Adams, the former Gloucester Point supervisor, Louise Theberge, a county...
  • Dance review: Diavolo meets John Adams at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    Since its formation in 1992, the Diavolo ensemble has used portable architectural units to create movement theater about our relationship to an unstable environment. Artistic director Jacques Heim has sent his fearless performers plunging off a rocking...
  • Grant Gershon's iPod playlist

     
    Grant Gershon, the music director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, is celebrating 10 years with the renowned vocal ensemble this season. The conductor is particularly admired for his diverse approach to programming. “Grant Gershon is a model of a........
  • Burglary suspect falls at feet of sheriff's deputies, but jewels remain missing

     
    A suspected burglar was arrested at a Pico Rivera shopping center Saturday after he fell through the ceiling of a jewelry shop and landed at the feet of sheriff’s deputies who were searching for him, authorities said. Sheriff’s deputies were......
  • Will 'The King's Speech' reign at the Oscars?

     
    Many Oscarologists like myself and Steve Pond (The Wrap) believe that the chief rival to "The Social Network" for best picture at the Oscars is "The King's Speech." The film looks like such a classic Oscar champ that, even before "The King's Speech"...
  • Hicks lawsuit gets a court hearing in Richmond on computers issue

     
    Four Gloucester residents who are objecting to granting access to their computers to plaintiffs Teresa Altemus, Bobby Crewe, Michelle Ressler and Gregory Woodard in their $5.4 million lawsuit against Commonwealth's Attorney Bob Hicks are getting a hearing...
  • Music review: Gustavo Dudamel's second L.A. Phil gala at Disney Concert Hall

     
    Gustavo Dudamel’s opening gala Thursday night may not have been quite the media circus the affair was a year ago. Then, a young Venezuelan sensation taking charge of the Los Angeles Philharmonic was an international occasion. But the glow is......
  • Gustavo Dudamel hip-hops it, John Adams shakes it, Neil Diamond plays it cool it at LA Phil Gala

     
    At Walt Disney Concert Hall on Thursday night, Herbie Hancock was enthusing in black tie and Neil Diamond was conspicuously inconspicuous in a sea of silver-haired tuxedoed men and immaculately glamorous women. Meanwhile, on a nearby dance floor, John...
  • Does Richmond judge say it all in defamation case hearing?

     
    At one point during Friday's hearing in Richmond Circuit Court, which attracted six attorneys, three of four plaintiffs -- two of whom brought their spouses -- and even County Attorney Ted Wilmot, not to mention five targets of subpoenas, various spouses,...
  • Five things L.A. could learn from London

     
    Your California-bred blogger braved the foggy streets of London last week on vacation and had so much fun we couldn't help but (you guessed it!) blog about it. Here are five things the city does well enough to hold an, ahem, tea party over. Topshop and...