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The Philadelphia InquirerSouth Florida offers at least eight months of pleasant outdoor weather, and few casino resorts take better advantage of it than the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. About 10 minutes off I-95, just south of Fort Lauderdale, Seminole Hard Rock has made...
Chicago Tribune reporterTODOS SANTOS, Mexico—Happening upon a cluster of palm trees in the middle of the Mexican desert is something of a novelty. After driving for kilometer after barren kilometer across the dusty terrain of Baja California Sur, void of any signs of...
After 34 million votes, Scott MacIntyre was sent home. The bottom three came down to Lil, Anoop, and Scott. In the end, Scott came up 30,000 votes shy, losing the battle of the bottom two to Anoop Desai of North Carolina. Check out Scott's final...
Tonight the Idols sang songs from the year they were born. So 7 of the 8 songs were from the 80's....and 4 of those 7 were from 1985. Here are our Idol experts with their thoughts. First of all I am so stoked that it is only an hour tonight, and I...
~April 7, 2009~ It was a great beginning and a great ending to the Idol's singing music from the year they were born. Some good calls and some complete misses make the Bottom Three pretty obvious. - Did you miss Adam Lambert's performance of "Mad...
Tags: Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, Bonnie Raitt, Death, Tina Turner
LOS ANGELES -- Eagles founder Don Henley and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell are suing a California lawmaker for copyright infringement of their 1984 hit song. The complaint filed with the U.S. District Court alleges that...
Tags: Laws, Irvine, California, Crimes, Poetry
1. OHIO STATE LOCATION: Columbus. ENROLLMENT: 47,952 HOW THEY GOT HERE: Won Big Ten tourney RECORD: 30-3 RPI: 1st. RECORD VS. FIELD: 11-3. NCAA HISTORY: This is 24th appearance, second in a row and sixth in nine years. Ohio State's most recent Final...
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,...
The perfectly shaped point break at Malibu's Surfrider Beach lures wave riders from around the world. But the chronically polluted water has given countless swimmers and surfers queasy stomachs, eye infections and nasty rashes. Long under orders...
Tags: Malibu, Office and Retail Spaces, Tom Hanks, Water, California
Times Staff WriterDuring the dusty Texas summers of his youth, Don Henley worked in his father's auto parts store and learned the vagaries of fan belts, batteries, spark plugs, tailpipes and mufflers. His father taught the future rock star plenty, and, when the family...
Times Staff WriterTHE late Warren Zevon was a dark, sly troubadour, and he had a wonderful, world-weary laugh. Tell his son, Jordan Zevon, that he has the same laugh and he nods knowingly. "It's funny, my dad and I had this thing: He would laugh and I would say, 'Johnny...
Randy Newman has made a career out of melodic skepticism and deadpan rhythm, but he sounded genuinely stunned the other day when he was told that this year is the 25th anniversary of "I Love L.A." "What is that? I don't believe it. I can't believe it. Can...
Tags: Randy Newman, Los Angeles Times
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