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  • Album review: Van Halen, 'A Different Kind of Truth'

    Album review: Van Halen, 'A Different Kind of Truth'
    2.5 stars (out of 4) Van Halen gets back to the business of being Van Halen on its first new album since the 20th Century, “A Different Kind of Truth” (Interscope). After more than a decade of revolving-door singers (three to be exact: Sammy...
  • Concert review: Van Halen at the United Center

    Concert review: Van Halen at the United Center
    Van Halen was pretty much all business Friday at the sold-out United Center, and that’s saying something when that eternal hedonist, David Lee Roth, is involved. The ’70s metal giants are back with three-quarters of their original lineup,...
  • Van Halen to rock again at Hampton Coliseum in July

    Van Halen to rock again at Hampton Coliseum in July
    Van Halen -- with Diamond Dave at center stage -- will return to Hampton Coliseum this summer, giving the arena rock band and its followers a chance to relive past glories. Promoters announced that the group will perform at the Coliseum Monday, July 9....
  • Burb's Eye View: Urban myths take flight with jungle parrots

    Unfortunately, no one can be told what the parrots do. You have to see them for yourself. I drove Verdugo's wide lanes Thursday afternoon bopping along with David Lee Roth and his newly reunited Van Halen bandmates when a new sound clipped my ears. I...
  • Pipe Dreams

    "The question you're always asked is, 'Is opera still relevant?' " says handsome young tenor on the rise Joseph Kaiser. Despite his amiable temperament, he seems peeved by the frequently posed query. And why not? Singers like Kaiser and star baritone...
  • Sam Butera dies at 81; 1950s-'60s tenor saxophonist

    Sam Butera dies at 81; 1950s-'60s tenor saxophonist
    Sam Butera, a hard-swinging tenor saxophonist who formed a rowdy and successful onstage partnership with entertainers Louis Prima and Keely Smith in the 1950s, died Wednesday at a hospital in Las Vegas. He was 81. He had Alzheimer's disease, according to...
  • Roads open in Studio City

    Roads open in Studio City
    A broken water main flooded Coldwater Canyon Avenue at Mulholland Drive early this morning, temporarily cutting off two key Studio City arteries and sending water and debris gushing across rocker Eddie Van Halen's yard, officials said. Mulholland Drive...
  • Gene Simmons and David Lee Roth howled for 'Wolfman' sound effects

     
    Mark Salisbury, a writer based in Britain (whose blog is right here), makes a guest appearance on the Hero Complex and will be writing more in the future. Today it's a somewhat startling revelation that two of the classic rock......
  • Live review: The Bird & the Bee tackle Hall & Oates at the El Rey [Corrected]

     
    The Bird and the Bee, a jazzy local synth-pop duo, has a fantastic single (with an unprintable title) imploring a hesitant beau to be a real boyfriend already. It’s a sassy chastening of noncommittal dudes. But when vocalist Inara George......
  • Appiphilia: IPhone apps to 'aid' in dating and mating

     
    Want to put a pillow on your relationship and smother it? Or maybe hit an extended snooze on that incessant biological clock? Hey, there's an app for that. Girlfriend Keeper (99 cents) What it is: The app's name might be ironic. For some reason, that...
  • Meyer is great, but Spurrier is still UF's best

    MIAMI — A few minutes after Urban Meyer won his second national title in three seasons, I asked University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley a question that left him momentarily speechless. Has Urban Meyer — only four years into...
  • Amanda Ross-Ho at Cherry and Martin

    Amanda Ross-Ho at Cherry and Martin
    The title of Amanda Ross-Ho's intriguing new exhibition at Cherry and Martin bemoans the frustrations of communication. "Half of what I say is meaningless" is most recognizable as the first line of the Beatles' song "Julia," but it actually comes from a...