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  • Stirring the storyteller

    Laurie Anderson has not pulled out all her plugs. But in her latest work, "Homeland," she's killed the multimedia. Wednesday night on a stage in Santa Barbara littered with candles, she stood, she sang, she spoke, she played a bit of electric violin....
  • In defense of Led Zeppelin on YouTube

    In defense of Led Zeppelin on YouTube
    Let's be clear about one thing: They were a great band. I thought so wholeheartedly in 10th grade. But then my musical taste broadened, grew more "sophisticated" or "adult." They became a guilty pleasure, a reminder of my adolescence, the kind of band I...
  • The ultimate self-doubter

    Alfred Kazin By Richard M. Cook Yale University Press, 452 pages, $35 'I love to think about America," Alfred Kazin, 26, recorded in his journal in February 1942. He was finishing his canonical study of modern American literature, "On Native Grounds,"...
  • Pack of liars

    The Reserve By Russell Banks Harper, 287 pages, $24.95 In summer 1898, philosopher William James climbed Mt. Marcy, highest peak in the Adirondacks and a geographic locus of Russell Banks' new novel, "The Reserve." Writing to his wife of his trip in...
  • Obama heartens his base

    Obama heartens his base
    CAREER disasters (which usually involve some embarrassing bootlegged video or gossip magazine exposé) are commonplace in Tinseltown. If you're lucky, you can redeem yourself by being honest -- and then dazzling audiences with an unexpected Oscar-worthy...
  • ACORN was managed squirrelly: report

     
    by Frank James ACORN haters, including the John McCain's presidential campaign and Republicans across the nation, have more ammunition today to fire at their version of Moby Dick, New York Times report on an internal probe by a lawyer working......
  • Live Nation introduces a $50 season pass at club-level concerts

     
    Los Angeles-based concert promoter Live Nation is introducing a sort of season pass for club-level concerts, allowing fans to purchase a $49.99 "passport" to reserve a spot at non sold-out shows for the remainder of 2009. Beginning today, fans will......
  • '30 Rock': It's back!

     
    At last! After a far-too-long hiatus, â??30 Rockâ?? finally returned last night. And if the season premiere wasnâ??t the funniest episode ever, it was nevertheless solid. There seems to be a mini-backlash brewing against the three-time Emmy winn...
  • An unlikely tipping point in California's fight on domestic-violence shelters? Moby.

     
    Wednesday, the California Legislature voted to restore $16.3 million in funding to the state's domestic-violence shelters previously cut by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger during the latest round of apocalyptic budget crises. To many, those cuts seemed like...
  • The Theatre@Boston Court's 2010 season to promote new work, and sharing

     
    Sharing the artistic cred -- and the risk -- of producing new plays is a guiding principle for the 2010 season at Pasadena's The Theatre@Boston Court, which has announced four world premieres, three of them in cooperation with other theater......
  • Rise and fall of the record store: A look at the miles of aisles

     
    Picture a time when new technologies are threatening the livelihood of performing musicians. Music business titans are scrambling to adapt to the decentralization of distribution. Skeptics say it was all better back when music was an intimate...
  • Is this the best book trailer of the year or not?

     
    Two months ago, the corner of the Internet devoted to books went crazy for actor Zach Galifianakis' appearance in a book trailer for John Wray's "Lowboy." Slumped on a red couch and drinking beer, Galifianakis pretended to be Wray. Wray......