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  • Album review: Hot Club of Cowtown's 'What Makes Bob Holler'

     
    This long-running Austin, Texas, trio salutes Bob Wills, one if its two primary musical influences (the other being the Gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli) on this sweetly unassuming, live-in-the-studio trip through 14 numbers from the...
  • SXSW issue: Lord Huron aims to rule Austin

     
    One L.A. band sure to make a mark at this year’s SXSW is Lord Huron, the fast-rising tropical folk-pop quintet led by Michigander-turned-Angeleno Ben Schneider. With a rich, full sound that melds acoustic guitars, island percussion, swirling...
  • Mulberry's foxy Coachella pool party

     
    The festival atmosphere of the Coachella festival decamped to the Parker Palm Springs on Saturday, when Mulberry hosted a pool party and barbecue as part of the brand's 40th anniversary celebration. The Gene Autry pool was bobbing with overgrown beach.......
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, May 4, 1941

     
    May 4, 1961: Lee Shippey returns and although he doesn’t elaborate on the surgery that kept him from writing, he shows that the cost of healthcare is nothing new. Tom Treanor has the story of an Irish major in the......
  • Appreciation: James Arness, 1923-2011

     
    In his size -- he was 6-foot-7 -- and his centeredness, James Arness suggested John Wayne, to whose production company he was under contract before he became the star of “Gunsmoke.” For 20 years, from 1955 to 1975, Arness, who......
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids' on TLC

     
    DOLLED UP: The new spinoff reality series “Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids” premieres at 10 and 10:30 p.m. on TLC. SERIES Monster Fish: The nature series heads to Australia for its season premiere (7 and 10 p.m. National Geographic).......
  • Ethier, Kendrick come home as All-Stars

     
    The All-Star game represents a homecoming for the Dodgers' Andre Ethier and the Angels' Howie Kendrick. Ethier grew up in Phoenix, graduating from St. Mary's High, about four blocks from Chase Field. And Kendrick makes his off-season home in Arizona,........
  • Gene Autry to be inducted into Angels Hall of Fame on July 19

     
    The late Gene Autry, the original owner of the Angels, will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame during a ceremony before the team's July 19 game against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium. Former Angels greats Nolan Ryan,......
  • Jeff Probst sells Craftsman in L.A.

    Jeff Probst sells Craftsman in L.A.
    "Survivor" host Jeff Probst has sold his Los Angeles home for its asking price of $900,000. The three-story Craftsman has a treehouse-like ambience perched on a half-acre with mountain and canyon views. The 1,597-square-foot house, built in 1918,...
  • Bowling to strike out cancer

    Soroptimist International of the Verdugos got a head start on breast cancer awareness. Instead of waiting for October, the designated month for the national drive, more than 60 members and their guests gathered at Burbank’s Pickwick Bowl for “...
  • Gene Autry property sells for $5 million

    Gene Autry property sells for $5 million
    Update: The Gene Autry estate, built in 1949 by the cowboy singer-actor, has sold for $5 million. His widow, Jacqueline Autry, had donated the forested 3.68-acre property in Studio City to the Autry National Center of the American West. The two-story...
  • Jeff Probst buys Gene Autry estate for $5 million

    Jeff Probst buys Gene Autry estate for $5 million
    "Survivor" host Jeff Probst has purchased the Gene Autry estate in Studio City for $5 million. Built in 1949 by the cowboy singer-actor, the forested 3.68-acre property had been donated by Autry's widow, Jacqueline Autry, to the Autry National Center...