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  • The year rap got drunk: 2009's best hip-hop songs about booze

     
    The last 12 months are likely to be remembered for their eclectic cultural sweep -- as the year Tiger Woods was sucked into a vortex of groupie hell, Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme came tumbling down and “The Real Housewives of......
  • Getting lit, two ways: The Goodreads bar crawl [Updated]

     
    This Saturday, Aimee Bender, Joseph Mattson and Martin Pousson will read, kicking off a celebration of literature -- and getting lit. It's an L.A. literary bar crawl, organized by Goodreads, PEN Center USA and Book Soup. The whole thing is......
  • Bukowski From the Bottoms Up

     
    Charles Bukowski reads his poetry in Redondo Beach April 6, 1980: “After two hours, 16 poems, a lot of locker room laughs and two bottles of Concannon Petite Sirah, Bukowski and a few of his patrons were just this side of drunk and disorderly. Some...
  • Huntington Library to offer the first look at its Charles Bukowski collection with 'Poet on the Edge' exhibit

     
    The Huntington Library in San Marino, known as the home of Gainsborough's "The Blue Boy," made news four years ago with its acquisition of something a lot bluer: a cache of papers, books and memorabilia belonging to Charles Bukowski, the......
  • Monster Mash: new leader for Alvin Ailey; more of Anne Frank's diary on display; Banksy's name game

     
    -- Top job: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has chosen choreographer Robert Battle as its new artistic director to succeed Judith Jamison, who is retiring in 2011. (New York Times) -- Wartime record: Nearly all of Anne Frank's diary --......
  • It's 5 o'clock somewhere: Bukowski exhibit on the way

     
    Fans of poet Charles Bukowski should begin planning trips to Southern California for an upcoming exhibit of his papers at the Huntington Library. Located on the former estate of railroad mogul Henry Huntington in San Marino (near Los Angeles but......
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'The Dudesons in America'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 2 - 8 in PDF format This week's TV Movies WILD AND CRAZY GUYS: The new series “The Dudesons in America” follows four friends from Finland who do “Jackass”......
  • On writing: Bukowski's advice to writers holds true

    On writing: Bukowski's advice to writers holds true
    New writers often ask me for advice. I like it, really; I like interacting with anyone of strong hope and belief in their own potential. But, often my advice is off-putting because the advice is always direct and always some variation of: You have to do...
  • "Manny" Chevrolet Bruno

    "Manny" Chevrolet Bruno
    Candidate name: Manny Chevrolet Bruno Party: all the time How can voters contact you (phone, address, e-mail, website, etc.): mannychevrolet@yahoo.com or manny chevrolet for mayor of new orleans facebook fan page Occupation: day laborer Date of...
  • HONDA L.A. MARATHON-THE ROUTE LANDMARKS / DAY TWO

    Gayle Anderson was live at the THAI PLAZA in THAI TOWN / LITTLE ARMENIA on Hollywood Boulevard. It's one of several landmark locations on the NEW 26.2 mile HONDA L.A. MARATHON route featuring a landmark every mile. Thai Town is a neighborhood of Los...
  • Ranking: L.A. Has Beauty But Few Brains

    Ranking: L.A. Has Beauty But Few Brains
    LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles came in dead average among 55 large metropolises ranked for smarts by the Daily Beast, a New York-based website founded by former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown. Among the site's "America's Smartest Cities," L.A. came in 27th,...
  • Beginning a new chapter in his life

    Beginning a new chapter in his life
    He told them about himself, how he had been like them. "I can help you," he said, "I can help you." One slept. Others stared, bored. He had planned today's class carefully: His students would relate to him. They would ask his advice about college....