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  • President Obama, MIA

     
    "Where's President Obama?" asked Paul Krugman in his Sunday New York Times column. "What happened to the inspirational figure his supporters thought they elected? Who is this bland, timid guy who doesn’t seem to stand for anything in particular?"...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: classical night

     
    Raven returns to recap last night's DWTS:Evidently if you miss a week, you miss a lot.I missed last week’s “Dancing with the Stars” only to discover that I’m Team Wendy all by my lonesome. This fan’s fave diva deluxe got........
  • Coachella 2011: Rye Rye makes the stage 'Go! Pop! Bang!' -- now about her delayed debut album

     
    In the week leading up to Friday's kickoff of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Pop & Hiss offers a preview of some of this year's less established or underappreciated artists. Who: Rye Rye When: Sunday From: Baltimore......
  • Coachella 2011: Rye Rye transforms Sahara tent into Baltimore go-go club, says debut will arrive in June

     
    “Y’all ready to go to Baltimore?,” Rye Rye asked the crowd after opening with two songs in the Sahara tent. Although attendance was light at the beginning of her performance early Saturday afternoon -- a shame considering the crisp...
  • Question of the day: Which NBA player would you want to take the last shot to win?

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Ron Fritz, Baltimore Sun Automatically, I was going to say Kobe......
  • Where's the historical IQ in this O.C. GOP woman? It's MIA

     
    Kansas wasn't that populous a state in the 1950s and '60s -– a couple of million people, smaller than Orange County -- so I wonder whether Marilyn Davenport ever ran into some of her fellow Kansans: Wichita folks by the......
  • Caught in the Web: Lakers prepare for Game 6 against New Orleans

     
    --The Times' Mark Heisler explains the "Kobe rules." --The Times' Lisa Dillman notes the changed optimism among the Lakers after their Game 5 victory over New Orleans. --The Times' Broderick Turner talks to Lakers assistant Jim Cleamons about the keys...
  • In rotation: Nguzunguzu, 'The Perfect Lullabye' mixtape

     
     Nguzunguzu first made its mark in mid-’00s Los Angeles as co-hosts of the legendary Wildness parties near MacArthur Park. Around that time the duo started making tracks and mixes and dropping them online — frantic, tribal sounds...
  • BAHRAIN: Emergency law lifted; human rights activist summoned by military

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. Bahrain lifted its emergency law Wednesday, almost three months after it called in Saudi troops to crush a largely peaceful protest movement popular among the island’s Shiite........
  • Sunday service

     
    I went to Glenn’s Dinner on 1820 West Montrose last night, service and price usually keep me away from this restaurant but I was out voted and so we went. The food at Glenn’s is off the charts great, it’s one of the best seafood...
  • Question of the Day: The NHL series is tied 2-2; who's going to win the Stanley Cup?

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. discuss the Canucks-Bruins series. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to weigh in with a comment of your own. Harvey Fialkov, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Despite the last five Stanley Cup......