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~April 8, 2009~ Judges had only three weeks left to use their save. But when a fan favorite is on the chopping block, the judges split on what to do next. In a continuation from the previous night's theme, the judges took a brief trip back to the year...
Tags: Adam Lambert, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Elections
Jody McCrea, the actor son of Joel McCrea who appeared in a spate of westerns in the 1950s and '60s but was best known for his comedic work in the surf and on the sand as a regular cast member of the popular "Beach Party" movies, has died. He was 74....
The early scenes of the documentary look like some lost reel from "This Is Spinal Tap," spanning what seems like half of rock history -- complete with hem lengths and haircuts. But the protagonist is not a metalhead but a Zelig-like figure: Here he is as...
Clint Ballard Jr., a pop songwriter who crafted the No. 1 hits "You're No Good" for Linda Ronstadt in 1975 and "Game of Love" a decade earlier, has died. He was 77. Ballard, whose health deteriorated after he had a stroke in 2006, died Dec. 23 at his...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBEFORE "Jersey Boys" had its tryout run in 2004 in La Jolla, the two central real-life characters on which it's based -- the diminutive singer Frankie Valli and the keyboard-playing songwriter Bob Gaudio -- feared that was not the right locale to unveil a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAfter years of false starts and construction delays, the fabled Malibu Pier -- or at least part of it -- will reopen today. Built in 1905, the structure has been the scene of TV and movie filming ("The Rockford Files," "Gidget," "Beach Blanket Bingo")...
Tags: Elections, Television, Local Elections, Arlo Guthrie, Renovation
and Frank Wiese of The Morning CallPreparing to darn a dirty sock in the sun in Allentown's most prestigious park, an older man with a scraggly red-and-gray beard and dark restitched coat looked up at the sound of his name. ''Earl!'' A familiar face peered over the edge of the bridge...
Tags: Brain, Volleyball, Racism, The Salvation Army, Joe Brown
Special to The TimesIn an enormous empty parking lot under a full moon at 4 o'clock in the morning, a pretty blond is practicing a few dance steps in front of a bank of cruddy blue portajohns that look like a panel of inscrutable judges. This can only mean one thing:...
Special to The TimesDon MULLER stands in his living room, grinning like a caffeinated teenager, clearly dazzled by the magic he has wrought. The playroom in his Van Nuys ranch home features four classic jukeboxes crowded around a small dance floor, and lightbulbs are...
Reality CheckOn tonight's American Idol, we'll learn who the Top 7 are -- and whether the show is going to apologize to Adam Lambert for officially being over before he even got to perform. (I'm playing a little catch-up after celebrating......
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The Hartford CourantIt was obvious back in November when Mother Nature dumped the first load of snow on the state that this winter would be a long one. Depending on your attitude toward driving in blizzards, shoveling snow and scraping the car, this can seem like the...
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