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Bump Picasso. Forget Rococo. The Quai Branly Museum, a steel-and-glass palace on the Seine River, has news for the culture world: "Three Little Bops" is art. The Looney Tunes cartoon from 1957 retells the Three Little Pigs as a jazz fable with music by...
Louie Bellson, a jazz drummer and bandleader who combined remarkable instrumental virtuosity with far-ranging compositional skills, has died. He was 84. According to his wife, Francine, Bellson died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBroadway star Bernadette Peters will launch the 2008-09 season at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 16 with a show of songs drawn from her long stage career. The musicals offered during the season will include "Simply Ballroom,"...
Irving Bush, a trumpeter with a broad range of musical interests, including jazz and classical, who later in life served as personnel manager for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has died. He was 78. Bush died Jan. 8 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...
Of The Morning CallAs you sit back and count your blessings today — beautiful gifts, sumptuous food, your health and the company of family and friends — take a moment to think about others who may not be so fortunate. Often, as we sit in the comfort of our homes, it is...
Of The Morning CallHe was the Indian chief in “Peter Pan” and Fidget the bat in “The Great Mouse Detective.” But from 1962-1993, Johnny “Candy” Candido would leave Hollywood and Walt Disney studios behind and travel to Allentown where he would serve as the fair’s “Good...
Of The Morning CallToday is the final day of the Morning Call's Be an Angel Campaign. But there's still time to earn your wings. Although many nonprofit organizations are reporting very generous donations, others are still waiting for a call, hoping an angel will fulfill...
A young woman swathed in a luminous green gown twists and turns onstage, as if possessed. As she sways across the proscenium, bending her body in sinuous and hypnotic ways, a small army of percussionists fires off a flurry of backbeats, their tempo...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Death, Theater, History, Entertainment
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