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  • Sands Bethlehem Event Center: A user's guide

     
    When Sands Bethlehem Event Center opens Wednesday with a concert by alternative rock group Incubus, it will bring a new entertainment concept not just to the Lehigh Valley, but also to the world. Inside the main arena Photos by Monica......
  • President Obama's celebrity supporters in trouble

    President Obama's celebrity supporters in trouble
    Robert De Niro joked about the wives of the Republican presidential candidates at a fundraiser for President Obama's reelection campaign on Monday. "Callista Gingrich. Karen Santorum. Ann Romney. Now do you really think our country is ready for a white...
  • Tom Hanks Apologetic Over School 'Blackface' Incident

    Tom Hanks Apologetic Over School 'Blackface' Incident
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) - Actor Tom Hanks apologized after a video surfaced from eight years ago, showing him emceeing an event next to a man in blackface, at Hanks' children's school in Pacific Palisades. The presence of Hanks in the video got national...
  • Briefly In Sports

    West Coast Championships start Thursday The 2011 National Scholastic Surfing Assn. West Coast Championships, presented by NIKE 6.0, starts Thursday and runs through Sunday at the Huntington Beach Pier. The four-day event starts Thursday with...
  • Funny or Die's Adam McKay on his site's comedy influence after five years

    Funny or Die's Adam McKay on his site's comedy influence after five years
    Five years ago this month the influential comedy website Funny or Die took a few baby steps and uploaded its first video, a rough, hastily assembled sketch that starred, appropriately enough, a baby. Pearl McKay was 2 years old at the time, the daughter...
  • Singer-songwriter helped define soft rock

    Singer-songwriter helped define soft rock
    Dan Fogelberg, the singer-songwriter whose hits "Leader of the Band," "Part of the Plan" and "Same Old Lang Syne" helped define the soft-rock era, died Sunday at his home in Maine after battling prostate cancer. He was 56. His death was posted on his...
  • The path to success is no longer labeled

    The path to success is no longer labeled
    One in a series of occasional articles The Troubadour, awash on a recent night in indigo light and chiming guitars, doesn't look all that different than it did in the 1970s, when music history plugged in to the club's stage amps and earned the tiny...
  • The ballad of a classic guitar shop

    The ballad of a classic guitar shop
    Most Southland music fans know McCabe's Guitar Shop for the innumerable folk, country, blues, jazz and world-music concerts presented over the decades in the tiny back stockroom that can hold about 150 folding chairs when all the instrument cases are...
  • Jerry Brown gets out of the gate

    Jerry Brown gets out of the gate
    Much of the country may still be suffering from electoral and inaugural exhaustion, but a substantial section of politically involved Hollywood has rediscovered the wisdom of the late, great Tip O'Neill --"All politics is local." Not surprisingly,...
  • Chris Berman reflects on his many Super Bowls

     
    The small fraternity of sports media columnists/reporters is abuzz this day over a new development in the evolution of our craft. In olden times, people interviewed subjects of interest in person. Then television networks arranged conference calls so we...
  • Spielberg, Katzenberg and Geffen step up to support Jerry Brown for California governor

     
    Some powerful Hollywood types--Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen--plan a fundraiser for Jerry Brown, who hopes to obtain the Democratic nomination for California governor next year....
  • How to be a rock star: Moving beyond the labels

     
    The Troubadour, awash on a recent night in indigo light and chiming guitars, doesn't look all that different than it did in the 1970s, when music history plugged in to the club's stage amps and earned the tiny West Hollywood venue the audacity to...