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Travis Edmonson, a singer-songwriter who as part of the duo Bud & Travis influenced other folk musicians and helped expand the audience for Spanish-language songs, has died. He was 76. Edmonson, who had Parkinson's disease and other illnesses, died...
Jack Kemp, a former Republican vice presidential nominee and professional football star who cut a path as a conservative purist and a fervent advocate of tax cuts, died Saturday. He was 73. The longtime professional quarterback, who went on to become a...
Special to The TimesFor Anne and Martin Pierce, life is all about going against the grain. Not loudly or flamboyantly, but quietly and diligently, in a way you probably wouldn't even notice. Unless, of course, you happened upon their three-story Spanish house, high in the...
Special to The TimesUnless he is entertaining — and his friends do like to hang at his plastic-fantastic bachelor pad — Leon Gazarian is the only living thing in his Encino condominium. If he wants to see plant life, Gazarian looks out the window, past his...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMaybe the pop world is finally ready to believe what Calendar predicted nearly four years ago: that by concentrating on cutting-edge rock and rap music, upstart Interscope Records would become the envy of the music industry. The Westwood-based company,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn March, Janet Jackson signed an unprecedented $40-million record contract. Nine days later brother Michael got a deal that guaranteed $65 million-plus. Suddenly, the recording business is looking like baseball with its escalating contracts. Will there...
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