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Tribune movie critic4 stars (out of four) For too long, screenings of the 1977 Charles Burnett film "Killer of Sheep" were treated like the sighting of a unicorn or some other mythical beauty. I saw it at the Minneapolis Walker Art Center in the 1980s. Ever since, images...
It was 11 p.m. on the night before New Year's Eve, and I was doing something I hadn't expected would crown my 2008: sitting in Prince's limousine as the legend lounged beside me, playing unreleased tracks on the stereo. "This is my car for Minneapolis,"...
NEW ORLEANS - Rock superstar Neil Young has been added to the overflowing music lineup of the 40th anniversary New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival organizers have announced. On the heels of last week's announcement of Bon Jovi appearing at the upcoming...
AP Television WriterLOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Emmy Awards will be singing a different tune at this month's ceremony, and it could be a classic. In an "American Idol"-style competition, stars and singers ranging from William Shatner to Donald Trump to Frederica von Stade will...
MetromixALBUM: "Renaissance Child" (Nature Sounds) Nearly 10 years after his arrival on the hip-hop scene as part of Wu-Tang spin-off the Sunz of Man, Hell Razah finally drops his full-length solo debut, "The Renaissance Child." The Brooklyn rapper helped...
Tags: Method Man, Wyclef Jean, Ghostface Killah
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 17, 2000 "Everything seems to be changing all around us." This sentiment is expressed more than once in "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai," and on this thematic level Jim Jarmusch's rueful, funny, deliciously off-kilter new...
The first thing to know is that the studios think you don't care whether they spoil movie endings in trailers, the previews shown before the movie you paid to see. They have studies that show that giving the whole darn plot away can be an effective way to...
Tribune Arts CriticOn its surface, the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) looks like a freewheeling, barely organized group of Chicago avant-gardists. In truth, the innovative artists who belong to the AACM hardly could be more tightly knit, as...
Tribune arts reporterRegardless of the potential veracity of its sentiment, the phrase "No Place Like Home" has become a choked cliché in this post-Oz world, words that inevitably recall Kansas, the clicking of heels and Judy Garland's tremulous vibrato. Try as one might to...
Tags: Celebrities, Judy Garland
Tribune arts reporterAnne Bogart and her stellar SITI Company have hard-won reputations for intense performances of distinctive, ensemble-created new theatrical works. But until their remarkable "bobrauschenbergamerica," they've not typically been associated with sheer joy....
Tags: Death, Robert Rauschenberg, Jack Kerouac
Contrary to popular belief, black music isn't confined to jazz and blues vernaculars, nor to the sacred message of gospel and spirituals. Instead, it spans several centuries and continents, encompassing everything from the European classical concerto...
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