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  • Why did 'Date Night's' Tina Fey and Steve Carell go from great TV to a bad movie?

     
    Going to the movies always involves a little disappointment, since what is promised is rarely what is delivered. But in terms of depressing experiences, it would be hard to top going to see Tina Fey and Steve Carell, the stars......
  • New "American Idol" Crowned

    New "American Idol" Crowned
    LOS ANGELES -- Kris Allen beamed with disbelief, shook his head as if to reject that this was really happening and doubled over in shock. The fact that he'd just beaten rollicking vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert for the "American Idol" title wasn't going...
  • Lineup of April 13 talk shows: Kitty Kelley on ‘Today,' Bryan Cranston on 'The View.'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 11 - 17 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Early Show Manisha Thakor; Sharon Kedar. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Kate Gosselin; Kathie Lee Gifford; Kitty Kelley. (N)......
  • Monster Mash: LACMA's 'American Idol'; GLAAD winners named; London museum to display its fakes

     
    -- New treasures: Patrons helped to buy five works for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in this year's Collectors Committee Weekend -- what LACMA director Michael Govan has called "the 'American Idol' of the museum world." (Los Angeles......
  • Ann Powers: Siobhan should have let us 'know her crazy'

     
    My friend Christina has a theory about what makes intimacy work. When you get to know someone, at first you just see the surface: good manners and wit and the flush of shared interests. For a friendship to stick, though, you have to feel confident...
  • 'American Idol' Upset As Kris Allen Defeats Adam Lambert

    'American Idol' Upset As Kris Allen Defeats Adam Lambert
    Minutes before Kris Allen was announced as the new American Idol, he and Adam Lambert sang "We Are the Champions," the 1977 smash by the rock band Queen. As the pyrotechnics sizzled and a large choir (including this year's other "Idol" finalists) backed...
  • Usher debuts at No. 1; Cyndi Lauper bops back onto the charts

    Usher debuts at No. 1; Cyndi Lauper bops back onto the charts
    Believe it or not, it will be 25 years ago this December that Cyndi Lauper burst onto the pop scene with the aptly titled "She's So Unusual." This week she's back on the album charts with her 10th studio collection, "Bring Ya to the Brink," which finds...
  • This week's on-sales: KROQ Weenie Roast, Roger Waters, American Idol Tour Live and more (UPDATED)

     
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre KROQ Weenie Roast 2010, June 5 (Saturday) Staples Center American Idol Tour Live, Aug. 13 (Saturday); Roger Waters' The Wall Live, Nov. 30...
  • Orlando Fringe review: The Box Set

     
    Reviewed by Martha Phifer, Orlando Sentinel Stylist Mychael Peters took 25 minutes to do what takes most women more than an hour: hair and makeup. In Friday's show, his goal was to create the look of Cyndi Lauper. In his re-creation of the '80s pop star,...
  • UCLA organist Christoph Bull pulls out the stops with 'Organica'

    UCLA organist Christoph Bull pulls out the stops with 'Organica'
    CLAD IN jeans and a long-sleeved Von Dutch T-shirt, blond, blue-eyed Christoph Bull shucked his rock 'n' roll boots and got set to work. Nearby, Max Kaplan, a twentysomething student in a T-shirt, khaki shorts and flip-flops, whipped out his ax and got...
  • Season lineups for the Greek and Gibson

    The Greek Theatre's 2008 season is highlighted by several programs delving into American roots music -- notably the Grammy Award-winning duo of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss for two nights -- and reaching an apex with a relatively rare local...
  • Orlando Fringe review: Tod Kimbro: Robots Stole My Piano

     
    Reviewed by Matthew J. Palm, Orlando Sentinel theater critic Keyboardist-vocalist Tod Kimbro is well-known to Central Florida audiences, and his Fringe Festival offering this year shows why is popularity is well deserved. Kimbro has a terrific, expressive...