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  • A Hollywood mixing Bowl

    A Hollywood mixing Bowl
    Adele can't contain herself. Nothing new there. The hot young British soul singer is, by her own account, "pretty mouthy." But learning that she will share the bill with her idol, Etta James, at the Hollywood Bowl next Sunday has sent her over the moon....
  • 'Why You'd Want to Live Here' Death Cab for Cutie | 2001

    'Why You'd Want to Live Here' Death Cab for Cutie | 2001
    "AN anti-L.A. song? Well, I've never seen it that way." Ben Gibbard, the Seattle-based singer for Death Cab for Cutie, insists he isn't a Los Angeles basher. "This song is a conversation. It's a lover trying to convince his loved one not to move to L.A....
  • Retracing Jack Kerouac's rocky road

    Retracing Jack Kerouac's rocky road
    There are those who return to Jack Kerouac just to get lost in the ride. Not across lonesome America but in the serpentine locomotion of his prose. It's the music of the page: long blasts of blue-streak narrative that don't yield to periods, semicolons,...
  • Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis mixes it up on new CD

    Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis mixes it up on new CD
    Jenny Lewis no longer calls Silver Lake home, but she hasn't moved to Laurel Canyon. The woodsy bungalow she shares with her companion and musical collaborator, Johnathan Rice, sits in an obscure corner of the San Fernando Valley, not too far from...
  • Who's playing South Florida?

    Medeski, Martin & Wood - 8 p.m. Jan. 3 at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. 18+. $30. Buy tickets here. Bryan Adams, 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 7 at the Parker Playhouse, 707 NE 8th St., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets $48.50 to $59.50 at livenation....
  • First bite: Province

    First bite: Province You know, not to be a killjoy or anything, but if this were New York, the corner of Jefferson and Randolph would have long ago acquired some snappy abbreviation or something—something like, oh, JRan or JeffDolph or RandyandJeff....
  • In April, all the world's a festival

    The world's a stage, and the public revelries that happen all over it are a tribute to mankind's pan-cultural capacity for collective joy. Here's a calendar of international festivals, events and open-to-everyone parties for April that are worth...
  • For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation

    For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation
    Daryl Hall and John Oates, the Hugo Boss-clad kingpins of Reagan-era pop, seemed destined for the casino-circuit dotage most pop stars eventually face -- their new music largely ignored, their fan base fading to nothingness. But then, around 2005,...
  • Live: Death Cab for Cutie at Nokia Theatre

    Live: Death Cab for Cutie at Nokia Theatre
    Death Cab for Cutie singer-guitarist Ben Gibbard looked happy as he announced, "We got tunes!" from the huge stage at the Nokia Theatre Monday night. As the band headlined its biggest show ever in Los Angeles, the performance served as a case study of...
  • New CDs: Beck, Kerli and Greg Laswell

    New CDs: Beck, Kerli and Greg Laswell
    Beck "Modern Guilt" (DGC Records) * * * There are many probable reasons Beck made "Modern Guilt," his concise yet deliberately cosmic collaboration with fellow shaggy pop auteur Danger Mouse. He's finishing up a long contract with his record label; he...
  • Bloggers flex muscles in Denver

     
    by Frank James DENVER -- The Mile-High City is teeming with bloggers covering the Democratic National Convention, the undomesticated ones who write for the partisan blogs and the tamer corporate versions like yours truly. The political bloggers are here.....
  • The economy's slow, but Actors' Gang says show will go on

     
    Last June, Actors' Gang artistic director Tim Robbins, above, and his colleagues at the Culver City theater company received some paradoxical advice. The world economy was still shaky. Donations to the theater were down. The best short-term strategy for...