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All The RageDuring Paris' wild and wacky fashion week in March, when John Galliano was dismissed from Dior, and a reshuffling of the designer decks seemed imminent, one name that kept coming up was Haider Ackermann. The Colombian-born, Belgian-educated designer's...
Pop & HissFrom the Fairbanks Lawn to its Masonic Lodge, the cemetery has become a unique concert venue. Never mind the more than slightly macabre fact that it's home to a hundreds of buried remains. Never mind that many of these graves......
Before the hapless "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" started doing its accident-prone thing in an endless run of preview performances, the record-holder for costliest Broadway show was "Shrek the Musical." The latter's $25 million price tag in 2008 seems...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHis talent was unquestionable. His delivery, impeccable. But Devin Fields’ performance left judges unsure of one thing. “Why did you think you were not going to get called back?” This was the question posed by contest judge Jeff Wine...
The philharmonic season in Orange County continued in a grand fashion in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa earlier this month with the debut of maestro Gustavo Dudamel in his tenure as the Los Angeles Philharmonic's music director....
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January has always been slump month when it comes to new pop music. Musicians tend to turn bearlike around this time, hibernating until conditions seem friendlier. Yet the resourceful pop lover will be anything but bored right now, with so much to reap...
WGN NewsWith his warm, evocative vocals and distinctive charisma, Jason Castro has already earned bountiful acclaim and a fervent fan following. The Texas-based tunesmith – best known as the third runner-up on the 2008 season of Fox's American Idol – is now hard...
Lineage Dance opened this year’s Brand Dance Series on May 15 with works that displayed the Pasadena-based company’s tremendous athletic prowess and lyrical grace, making the free, Sunday afternoon performance a lovely way to celebrate...
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Pop & HissLinda Ronstadt spoke with me Thursday, generously sharing many memories of guitarist-singer-songwriter-producer Kenny Edwards, who died Wednesday at age 64. Edwards was a founder of the Stone Poneys, the band with whom Ronstadt first surfaced nationally...
Pop & HissIn addition to offering vintage performance footage of such classic artists as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, the Who, Leonard Cohen, the Doors, Jethro Tull, Emerson Lake & Palmer and the Moody Blues, the 2010 Mods & Rockers Film Festival will......
Pop & HissHave you found yourself wondering lately what's going on in the world of choirs? Yes, you were just saying that the other day? Wonderful, we have two to tell you about. First, there is Scala & Kolacny Brothers, a 60-person......
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