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  • Revisiting the flickering poetry of Bruce Conner

    Revisiting the flickering poetry of Bruce Conner
    In a two-night event at separate venues, the UCLA Film & Television Archive, REDCAT and the Los Angeles Filmforum present two programs of the film work of artist Bruce Conner, who passed away in 2008 at 74. This is an increasingly rare opportunity to...
  • Review: 'Scott Walker: 30 Century Man'

    Review: 'Scott Walker: 30 Century Man'
    " Scott Walker: 30 Century Man" chronicles the career of musician Scott Walker, an enigmatic figure whose influence far outreaches his relative obscurity. Having achieved some success as part of the 1960s baroque orchestral pop group the Walker Brothers...
  • Mills College, a school without walls

    Mills College, a school without walls
    For the last seven decades, Mills College, which will celebrate the renovation of its gorgeous Spanish-style concert hall with a gala concert Feb. 21, has provided a haven for a remarkable number of cutting-edge composers. No matter how academically...
  • Album Review: U2's 'No Line on the Horizon'

    On its latest album, "No Line on the Horizon" (Interscope), U2 sounds like a band trying to shrug off years of staleness. The Irish quartet is once again in transition, uncertain of its destination, and producing some fascinating music along the way....
  • 'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne

    'Bicycle Diaries' by David Byrne
    If you've lived in New York some time during the last three decades, you might have seen David Byrne on his bike -- long legs pedaling, bright eyes watching. The erstwhile Talking Head, sometime filmmaker, Brian Eno collaborator and perspicacious...
  • Mix-Tape Friday - November 13, 2009

    Crew Mix-Tapes: Garry's mixtape: 1. AC/DC: Back in Black 2. ZZ Top: Sleeping Bag 3. Frank Sinatra: Fly me to the Moon Tom Skilling: 1. Dan Fogelberg: The Power of Gold 2. Eric Clapton: It's in the Way That You Use It 3. Joe Jackson: Steppin out 4....
  • Playlists

    Playlists
    Voyeurism never gets dull. Tabloids have us reveling in celebrity mishaps, but an emptiness always follows. We want to know what really moves the people we admire. Take our ├╝ber-compilation of song lists to elevate the dialogue at your next salon. I mean,...
  • Review: Coldplay's 'Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends'

    Review: Coldplay's 'Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends'
    Coldplay "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends" Capitol *** (three stars) Have you ever picked up a self-help book from the display table in a big-box bookstore and opened it to find a phrase that exactly applied to your life? The most pedestrian...
  • Coldplay turns up the heat with 'Viva la Vida'

    Coldplay turns up the heat with 'Viva la Vida'
    CHRIS MARTIN was on the floor working out the knots. As his handlers hovered, the usually affable Coldplay singer stretched out on the carpet in a dim and airless room backstage at the Jimmy Kimmel show. It was hours before show-time and the singer's...
  • Coldplay gets all rock-star at the Forum

    Coldplay gets all rock-star at the Forum
    IN THE title track of Coldplay's new “Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends,” frontman Chris Martin admits that "people couldn't believe what I'd become." He's singing from the perspective of a freshly deposed king, reflecting on the...
  • Scars on Broadway's Daron Malakian takes a read of the times

    Scars on Broadway's Daron Malakian takes a read of the times
    "I DON'T get it when people complain that baseball games are too long," says Daron Malakian, watching the action from a seat behind home plate at Dodger Stadium during one of the team's recent home games. "This is my favorite place in the world. I don't...
  • Art review: 'Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings' at Cal State Long Beach

     
    The biggest surprise of Brian Eno???s light-and-sound installation is its modesty, both in terms of size and ambition. In other words, ???Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings??? is a small show. Despite the playful overstatement of its title, the mellow...