| May 9, 2008
Over the past eight years, Los Angeles has witnessed firsthand the evolution of Colombian singer/songwriter Juanes, from down-and-out, anonymous wannabe to idolized international superstar and ambassador for peace in his native country. This week, the...
| May 20, 2008
The first part of Tuesday (May 20) night's American Idol Finale begins with what may be the cheesiest moment in the show's seven season history. Ringmaster Michael Buffer, accompanied by the theme from Rocky, introduces David Cook and David Archuleta....
| Jun 2, 2008
Flight of the Conchords operates on another dimension. That was clear enough Friday from the band's performance at the Orpheum Theatre, where the duo opened with the electro sci-fi song "Robots" and its cautionary tale of the fall of mankind and the...
| Jun 14, 2008
GEORGE MICHAEL is not a whiskey-swilling geezer like Keith Richards or a rebellious bohemian like Thom Yorke. He's a well-groomed, gracious man of means whose favorite topic of discussion is the domestic bliss he shares with his longtime partner, Kenny...
| Jun 29, 2008
Chris Kattan, who popularized the standoffish model Mango on "Saturday Night Live," has a new role to play.
The comedian is husband now that he and his model fiancee Sunshine Tutt tied the knot on Saturday, June 28, reports People.
The comedian, 37,...
| Jul 6, 2008
TWO SMALL but acclaimed features into his career, New York-based director Ramin Bahrani already has set himself apart as a distinctive voice in the American indie film landscape. His movies often prompt comparison to the landmarks of Italian neo-realism...
| Jul 10, 2008
JOEL FLATOW'S life is all about connections. Over the past decade, he's used his political links and savvy to help the recording industry wage its fight against piracy. Now he's using the musical ones to help politicians and nonprofit organizations...
| Dec 7, 2007
KANYE WEST's eight nominations may top this year's list, but the music of the Beatles, together and separately, generated another eight -- and that almost four decades after the group disbanded.
The Beatles' "Love" album, dramatically mashed-up remixes...
| Dec 12, 2007
AS the title suggests, "Lions for Lambs" is a film about sacrifice and bravery and its director, Robert Redford, has not been coy regarding the film's decidedly unhappy ending and the climactic scene that plays out on a bleak Afghanistan battlefield.
| Dec 18, 2007
U2's "The Joshua Tree," one of the most acclaimed albums of the rock era, was released 20 years ago this year, but it just got better.
To celebrate the collection's anniversary, the Universal Music Group has reissued the album in an ambitious new three-...
| Dec 26, 2007
THE 2008 Street Triple is Triumph's version of a rock music supergroup. The British manufacturer has taken two of its stars -- the Daytona 675 sport bike and the Speed Triple street fighter -- and put them on a single stage.
The result is something...
| Jan 21, 2008
| 5:41 PM
To: Writers Guild of America, West President Patric Verrone
From: Patrick Goldstein
Well, when it rains, it really pours, huh? It's been hard to get you on the phone, but I can imagine you've been a little overwhelmed these last few days,...