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  • Jim Morrison pardoned…So what?

     
    Honestly, I don't understand the point of this, but Jim Morrison received his pardon today for his 1969 indecent exposure conviction in Florida. Gov. Charlie Crist, who asked for the pardon, said he doubts Morrison actually exposed his penis during the...
  • The Doors' Jim Morrison pardoned for indecent exposure

     
    This is an updated version of an earlier post. Changes are noted below. The Doors frontman Jim Morrison received a posthumous pardon for a 1969 indecent exposure conviction from the state of Florida on Thursday, one day after what would......
  • The Doors respond to Florida's pardon of Jim Morrison: 'We don't feel Jim needs to be pardoned for anything'

     
    The surviving members of the Doors and members of singer Jim Morrison's family are saying "Thanks, but no thanks" to Florida officials for their recent pardon of Morrison for his actions during a 1969 concert in Miami for which he......
  • Music review: 'Professor Bad Trip' invades Monday Evening Concerts

     
    “Professor Bad Trip” is Fausto Romitelli’s most ecstatic plunge into psychedelia and spectralism. The Doors meet -– and unapologetically drown out -– Pierre Boulez. Completed in 2000, an Italian composer’s nearly 45-minute confrontation...
  • The Doors keyboardist has fine night at Sellersville Theater; The Doors don't

     
    How much you enjoyed Saturday’s show by Ray Manzarek, former keyboardist for The Doors, and blues guitarist Roy Rogers at Sellersville Theater 1894 probably depended on what you want to hear. Ray Manzarek, left, and Roy Rogers If you were......
  • A complete list of the exhibits at Hard Rock’s memorabilia Tour

     
      So what's to see at the 40th Anniversary Hard Rock Memorabilia Tour, visiting Sunday-Tuesday at hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando? (Besides Michael Jackson's Beat It jacket, shown here) Here's the complete exhibit list: • Freddie Mercury of...
  • Looking to fix injustices? Start with living people, Charlie

    Looking to fix injustices? Start with living people, Charlie
    In today's Friday files, we have bits about everyone from Bill Sublette and Dean Cannon to Mickey Mouse and Bozo the Clown. But first, let's talk about Jim Morrison. Charlie Crist wants to pardon The Doors' front man for his conviction on charges of...
  • Celebrating St. Patty's Day with Rock and Reilly's Irish Rock Pub

    Rock & Reilly's Irish Rock Pub's Bar Manager, Timmy Kitchens, joined us with an assortment of reinvented traditional Irish pub grub with modern twists. Rock & Reilly's is an Irish-inspired destination in the iconic venue London Fog, which served as the...
  • Believe it or not!

    Believe it or not!
    If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If a person dies and no one sees it, are they really dead? Over the tears, this question has been raised about many famous deaths. Many belive Jim Morrison of The Doors...
  • The Devil's Double

    The Devil's Double
    When Saddam Hussein tells his son Uday in this film “I should have killed you the day you were born,” it’s rather powerful. He has just grabbed him by the testicles and was ready to slice him up. Uday’s in a hospital having his...
  • Number of suspected LA arsons rises to 39

    Number of suspected LA arsons rises to 39
    The number of fires believed to be linked to an arson spree has risen to 39 across the Los Angeles area, fire officials said Sunday. A total of 32 fires have been set in Los Angeles and seven others in neighboring West Hollywood since the suspected spree...
  • Robert Hilburn's memoir: John Lennon remaking himself, then gone

    Robert Hilburn's memoir: John Lennon remaking himself, then gone
    Hilburn, former pop music critic for the Los Angeles Times, is author of "Corn Flakes With John Lennon (and Other Tales From a Rock 'n' Roll Life)." An excerpt in Sunday Calendar recalled his relationship with Lennon after the Beatles' breakup. In today's...