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  • U.K. hit “Call the Midwife” ready to deliver for PBS in the States

     
    Its first season has already been a smash hit in the United Kingdom — even out-rating the vaunted Downton Abbey– and the drama is already filming its second season, and working on a Christmas special (which will, of course, also go up against...
  • Lollapalooza's must-see bands: An hour-by-hour guide to 3 days of music

     
    Lollapalooza: More than 130 bands and artists on eight stages play 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Sunday in Grant Park, $90 per day ($215 three-day pass); lollapalooza.com. FRIDAY 11 a.m. Don’t miss B.O.B. (11:30 a.m., Adidas Mega): Blink and you’ll miss it.....
  • Lollapalooza 2010: Reviews from Day 2

     
    Video by Kevin Pang Day 2 of Lollapalooza in Grant Park is in the books. Here’s how it went down Saturday with reports from Bob Gendron (BG), Andy Downing (AD) and yours truly, Greg Kot (GK). 11:22 a.m. New Orleans'......
  • Live review: The xx, Warpaint at the Hollywood Palladium

     
    Oliver Sim, Romy Madley-Croft and Jamie Smith impress and show confidence; ascendant local band Warpaint opens. In the middle of their set Wednesday night at the Hollywood Palladium, the xx announced that this was the first tour it's been on......
  • The women of Warpaint go for unbroke

     
    Their atmospheric guitar rock has taken a while to catch on, but now at least one music publication has labeled them 'the new queens of the underground.' After nearly six years on the local scene, Warpaint had little to its......
  • Live review: Warpaint at the Troubadour

     
    Something strange happened to Warpaint in 2010. All of the things that the white-hot local quartet were known for –- wispy, witchy harmonies and electric-guitar lines as delicate as spun sugar -– suddenly succumbed to more primal pleasures. If 2009’...
  • The Shot: Putting a Spin on partying

     
    Wavves band member Stephen Pope performs during Spin Magazine's The Year in Music Party 2010, which took place at the Music Box in Hollywood. L.A.'s indie music cognoscenti descended upon the Music Box in Hollywood to watch two of SoCal's hottest bands,...
  • Warpaint's patient climb pays off

     
    The Los Angeles quartet Warpaint released one of last year’s best albums, “The Fool” (Rough Trade). It also happened to be the band’s first album, but it didn’t arrive in that overnight, instant-coffee way that so many debuts...
  • The Crowd: Royals catch Southern California's attention

    Southern California buzzed in the afterglow of the royal visit by the duke and duchess of Cambridge, William and his captivating bride, Catherine. Their first visit to the United States as a couple was short but, oh-so-sweet. Three days of parties,...
  • Newport gets Sweet and Saucy

    Newport is set to get even sweeter this summer with the opening of Sweet and Saucy Shop at the Crystal Cove Promenade. "We're shooting for the beginning of June and it looks like we're on track for that to happen," said Eileen Francabandera, who co-...
  • Words & Ideas

    Words & Ideas
    Words & Ideas TODAY Paula Derrow The author of "Behind the Bedroom Door" will present and sign her new book. Book Soup, 8818 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. 4 p.m. Free. (310) 659-3110. Daniel Levitin The author of the bestselling "This Is Your Brain...
  • Faces to watch 2010: Warpaint

     
    WARPAINT In the ghostly " Billie Holiday," the L.A. quartet Warpaint floats an elegiac version of the Mary Wells hit "My Guy" between narcotic, name-spelling mantras in honor of the grand jazz dame. It's one of the hypnotic, unexpected strokes......