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June 15, 2008 Not long ago, I found myself seated with a pimp and three high-priced escorts, the kind favored by the former governor of the great state of New York. I was in a lawn chair while the four of them were in a hot tub -- what is the word? --...
Zap2It.comLast week it was "The Jetsons" and "Land of the Lost," but suddenly it looks like Robert Rodriguez's next project might be a remake of "Barbarella" instead. The long-gestating project is set up at Universal. Dino De Laurentiis acquired the remake...
Zap2It.comTuesday (May 6) night's American Idol theme is about as vague and wide-open as the Top Four could possibly hope for. Songs from the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame? What does that even mean? Working from the Hall's list of 500 influential hits, surely...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFOR MEN, few wardrobe choices are as fraught with danger as the short-sleeve, button-front shirt. Get it wrong and you look like Dilbert, or Michael Douglas in "Falling Down." Get it right and you come off as cool as Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine or...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn his 1985 breakout novel, "Less Than Zero," Bret Easton Ellis, then all of 21 years old, created young, jaded Angelenos who just didn't care about anything: They recounted cocaine scores and semi-anonymous sex in the same tone with which they lamented...
Hey, over there, isn't that ... ? Oscar winning actor-comedian-singer Jamie Foxx got jiggy at Mood last Wednesday with an impromptu performance of the hot single "Gold Digger." It was just another night in Hollywood, as Foxx was joined by such hotties as...
Tags: Jamie Foxx, Celebrities, Bars and Clubs, Disc Jockeys, Death
Special to The TimesBY the late 1970s, most FM stations were indentured to formats designed by niche-obsessed consultants who'd shoved demographic-driven homogenization down listeners' unsuspecting throats. Which was fine, if you wanted to hear Boston's "More Than a Feeling"...
Tags: David Bowie, Radio Industry, Disc Jockeys, Billy Idol, Culture
An estimated $2 million worth of jewelry and other belongings was stolen from the home of Paris Hilton, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The incident occurred at 5 a.m. at Hilton's Hollywood Hills home on Clarendon Street. The burglar,...
Natty and naughty Check your high-mindedness at the door. Clear Static is back in town, natty suits all pressed, eyeliner just so and debut album now on the shelves for Jack Daniel's-swigging clubgoers who party like it's 1979. The L.A. quintet, all...
Times Staff WriterA T-shirt has always been fashion's ultimate blank canvas. The latest evidence: At Lanvin's cruise collection presentation in Paris, Alber Elbaz showed whimsical T-shirts featuring his sketches. Not long after, Hussein Chalayan announced he'll be...
Zap2It.comSoundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell has scored one of cinema's most coveted soundtrack gigs, writing and performing the main title song for "Casino Royale." In a Wednesday (July 26) statement, the filmmakers behind the new James Bond...
Special to The TimesTestifying to the ongoing Invasion, the kingdom's sounds enliven clubs and Angelenos find a cultural kinship. In a town where you can practically dance to the beat of the boom-bust cycle, and six months is a good run for a club night, one part of the...
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