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  • Elizabeth Gilbert Q&A, Part 1

     
    Four years ago, "Eat Pray Love," Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir of going to Italy, India and Bali to recover herself after a nasty divorce, became a huge bestseller (with a little help from Oprah). Her new book, "Committed," is part memoir,......
  • Elizabeth Gilbert on being an aunt, rock star fans and creativity

     
    In the second part of our interview with Elizabeth Gilbert, she tells Carolyn Kellogg more about working on her book "Committed," whether or not motherhood is in her future, and her speech at the TED conference last year -- "the......
  • Album review: Cypress Hill's 'Rise Up'

     
    Long before the days of Fred Durst, Cypress Hill was at the forefront of rap-rock fusion. Its Sonic Youth collaboration, “I Love You Mary Jane,” on 1993’s “Judgment Night” soundtrack, was one of the highlights of a much-maligned record that........
  • House Guest Stars

    Season One - Brandy - "DNR" - Carmen Electra - "Three Stories" - Scott Foley - "Sports Medicine" - Sam Trammell - "Maternity" - Sela Ward - "Three Stories," "Honeymoon" Season Two - Diane Baker - "Daddy's Boy" - Mel Harris - "Safe" - LL Cool J -...
  • Honda L.A. Marathon - The New Route Landmarks / Day One, A Special Marathoner, Marathon Charity

    Gayle Anderson was live at CRUNCH GYM - LOS ANGELES to learn about the new KRANKCYCLE. Johnny G is shattering convention, breaking the rules and challenging us to rethink everything we thought we knew about cardio training. The fitness visionary who...
  • Oscar showdown

    Mark: Hey, Michael, I don't know about you, but I'm far more comfortable predicting the Oscar nominees than picking the winners. Reason No. 1: Predicting the winners becomes a combination of making ridiculous apples-kumquats comparisons (was Adrien...
  • Conflict prompts outpouring of politics, protests from musicians

    Musical protests of world events have gone from a tentative trickle following the terrorist attacks of 2001 to a flood of songs objecting to America's invasion of Iraq. The sudden outspokenness of musicians has inflamed emotions on both sides of the...
  • Interscope emerges as star act for Seagram

    Last week marked the one-year anniversary of Seagram's $10.4-billion purchase of PolyGram, which created the world's biggest record company and triggered the most brutal restructuring in the industry's history. In Los Angeles alone, more than 100 artists...