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The members of the Downtowners choir may not be all there. They may miss a high note here and there, or drop a lyric. But if you don’t at least crack a smile at “Still Alive,” you might not be fully alive yourself. Led by director Tim...
Opinion L.A.To find the earliest stories the Los Angeles Times wrote about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, I had to search for his birth name -– Lewis Alcindor Jr. He was a New York high school student being courted by UCLA and other powerhouse......
People packed the pews and filled the balconies of Baltimore's historic Bethel A.M.E. church Sunday morning to honor a man they credit with reviving the house of worship — one of the city's most influential — and bringing unabashed passion...
The singer, guitarist and songwriter M. Ward is a man of wide-ranging musical tastes. You can hear it on his recordings, in his gruff-but-sweet singing, in his meticulous guitar-picking and in his reverberant productions. His vocals can bring to mind the...
My father worked for the airlines in Miami for more than 30 years, in the golden age of air travel on iconic fleets such as Eastern, Pan American and TWA. So it's impossible for me to take a flight in the bargain-fare, post 9-11 era without thinking...
It's a Thursday afternoon in a dark, windowless room by the 5 Freeway, and Mario Lalli is standing with an electric guitar. His eyes are shut tight as he slashes a jangly, agitated riff with his band, Fatso Jetson. With flannel on his back and a dark soul...
A major change took place tonight in the second season of NBC’s “The Voice”: The live shows began, and for the first time, the fate of the artists is not just in the coaches’ hands — viewers can vote for who they want to...
It's not often that I write my column with the Mississippi River, Jackson Square and the rest of the French Quarter at my feet. But here I sit, exhausted and bleary-eyed after spending the last five days enduring all the festivities, pomp and debauchery...
WGNO NewsLouis Armstrong International Airport has been under renovations for years, but now there's a push to hurry up and get them done. Vanessa Bolano has the update. With thousands of passengers expected to fly in and out for the 2013 Super Bowl, it's no...
Tags: New Orleans Saints, Football, Sports, Super Bowl
Q13 FOX News OnlineOn Tuesday, the new expedited airport security system dubbed TSA Pre Check was launched at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The system, already in place at a number of U.S. airports, works by pre-screening volunteer passengers— allowing them...
Tribune NewspapersNot unlike its counterpart rock 'n' roll, memorable jazz novels occupy a pretty slim shelf at the local bookstore. Though the music has been gracefully spun into fiction by Roddy Doyle, Michael Ondaatje and — most distinctively — Rafi Zabor in...
Tags: Germany, Michael Ondaatje, Entertainment, Paris (France), Book
CNNSpring breaks are starting up across the country, which means it's the beginning of road trip season. In "Travels with Charley: In Search of America," one of literature's most famous road trips, John Steinbeck wrote, "We find after years of struggle that...
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