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Brian Cody Prosser told friends that when his time came, he wanted to die serving his country. On Wednesday, in a remote corner of southern Afghanistan, Prosser, an elite Special Forces soldier from Frazier Park, Calif., was killed when a bomb missed its...
Tags: Armed Forces, Death, Defense, Family, Accidental Death
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHe twirled. He moonwalked. He chirped a "Hoo Hoo" or two. He escorted Elizabeth Taylor to her seat. He reunited with his brothers. And he heard his audience impatiently chant his name while Marlon Brando tried to lecture them about children being...
On the Edge Pajama party The Viper Room will entertain jammie-clad romantics with live, loud rock provided by Hollywood Roses, a Guns N' Roses tribute band starring a singer who's a dead ringer for Axl Rose. Prizes for the best PJ-clad guests. (310) 358-...
Tags: Dancing, Buster Keaton, Salsa (genre), Alexis Arquette, Cartoons
Alexi Murdoch, a long-haired, bearded singer-songwriter, stands on the Troubadour stage, picking a moody scale on his guitar and singing an expressive, introspective lyric. The crowd, which includes press, record label reps and movie soundtrack...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLast week marked the one-year anniversary of Seagram's $10.4-billion purchase of PolyGram, which created the world's biggest record company and triggered the most brutal restructuring in the industry's history. In Los Angeles alone, more than 100 artists...
Tags: Marky Mark, Health, Sheryl Crow, Eminem, Music Industry
Times staff writer Bill Shaikin last wrote for the magazine about Angels owner Arte Moreno.There is one baseball field in Eric Gagne's hometown. On this brilliant afternoon, in a place where summer is all too short, the diamond is nearly deserted. There is one kid here, playing ball with his dad. He is about to see his favorite baseball card...
Times Staff WriterThe winner and still champ: the Rolling Stones. On a night when rock 'n' roll's most celebrated survivors played with such passion and fire at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum that they looked as though they could go on convincingly for another 10...
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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWho's the hottest property in the record business? That's not an easy question, but with conglomerates betting zillions of dollars on it, Calendar set out to conduct some independent research. The first thing we did was to declare everyone--from Michael...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMichael Jackson has spent most of the last decade gradually stripping himself of the trappings of his former identity and trying to transform himself into a superstar Everyman, cosmetically and otherwise--at least by the alienated accounts of snippy...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"I don't want my daughter to grow up and someday be hassled by kids at school . . . I don't want people telling her that her parents were junkies." Kurt Cobain, the 25-year-old leader of the acclaimed and hugely successful rock group Nirvana, is...
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