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  • Celebrities are piled up a mile high at Democrats' convention in Denver

    Celebrities are piled up a mile high at Democrats' convention in Denver
    If Cecil B. DeMille had directed the Democrats' Denver festivities, the trailers would have touted "a cast of thousands." Even if the possibility of a strike hadn't shut down film production across Los Angeles, Hollywood would be empty this week because...
  • Coachella: Paul McCartney, Amy Winehouse, Morrissey, My Bloody Valentine lead lineup

  • Review: Leonard Cohen at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live

    Review: Leonard Cohen at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live
  • A crucial chapter for the storied Chelsea Hotel

    The Chelsea Hotel had a beleaguered look. A tenant had draped several banners across the legendary establishment's red brick facade: "Stanley Bard is my hero," one banner proclaimed. The signs referred to the hotel's part-owner and longtime manager who...
  • Paris show takes a bold look to the future

    Paris show takes a bold look to the future
    THIS SEASON'S sartorial tale of two cities may have started with slump-chested pessimism in Milan, where the answer to the sorry state of the world was to throw in the towel, stay home from the office and protest in your pj's. But it ended in Paris last...
  • Coachella's Closing Night Features Hot Bands, Even Hotter Temps

    INDIO -- The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival closed its final night Sunday with smoking hot temperatures nearing triple digits and crowds that appeared as big as ever. The Cure, Public Enemy and Roni Size Reprazent closed this year's music fest,...
  • TV This Week: December 20 - 26

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 20-26, in PDF format This week's TV Movies SUNDAY Every season, it seems there's at least one contestant who generates as much admiration as aggravation; this time around, it's......
  • Live review: Rufus Wainwright at Long Beach Terrace Theater

     
    Some musicians aren’t natural performers -- the aspect of standing on a stage could even be antithetical to their music -- but Rufus Wainwright, to his core, is a darling of the spotlight. In his Saturday night show at the......
  • Best of Boston: babes, bozos and Beckham

     
    It's back to business, people. "Idol" kicked off last night with the first of seven semi-torturous audition episodes. What did we learn? That Simon has pretty much checked out, that Kara means business, and that Boston boasts more than its share of...
  • Book review: 'The Incredible Double' by Owen Hill

     
    Clay Blackburn, the hero of Owen Hill's elegant and understated novel "The Incredible Double" (PM Press: 128 pp., $13.95 paper), is not your typical detective. For one thing, he's a book scout: a guy who haunts used bookstores and estate......
  • Are the Oscars ready to swap their stuffed shirt for a shapely thong?

     
    The best thing that you can say about today's Oscar best picture nominations is that, thanks to "Avatar," millions of casual American moviegoers--the kind of folks who load up on popcorn and candy, bring a carload of kids and wouldn't......
  • Live from the Winter Olympics opening ceremony (Part 3)

     
    9:15: It's all over folks. Not the best opening ceremony of all time. Today's death cast a bit of a pall over it. However, looking back it captured the spirit of Vancouver perfectly. A big, friendly city gets a big,......