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John Legend's third album, out this week, is titled "Evolver" (Columbia). He's being optimistic. Someone who is evolving (or, if you prefer, growing and progressing) would never make an album as bland as this. Legend - born John Stephens 29 years ago...
Zap2It.comBig Boi, who found that the release date for his first film "Idlewild" would be delayed, filled his time by shooting another film, director Chris Robinson's "ATL." "After I finished 'Idelwild' I was in the studio working on my music to finish the...
Times Staff WriterYou may have heard that the Academy Awards are on tonight, and though the winners will be news in all media, what ultimately lends the Oscars their power is that they're on television. That many viewers of the telecast — viewers all around this...
Zap2It.comParis Hilton occupies a high spot on the Billboard album charts this week, but her debut album doesn't look like it will be setting any sales records. The currently celibate (so she says) hotel heiress and "Simple Life" star's debut album, "Paris," joins...
City LinkThe moon man has officially landed in Miami, and everywhere you look, MTV has taken over. The show begins 8 p.m. Sunday, but you don't have to wait till then to get in on the action. VMA Week officially began this past Saturday and continues to the wee...
Tags: eBay Inc., Jay-Z, Robert Chambers, Death, Miami Dade College
Sun Pop Music CriticThat's not an easy place to discuss. It harbors many ghosts, and the pain from certain events that took place there hasn't necessarily lessened with time. Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the Union, with low employment, poor schools, shabby...
Times Staff WriterSo much for the schlock and awe. Save for a terrifying brush with mild discomfort (best new artist nominee 50 Cent sauntering on stage in front of best new artist winner Evanescence) and unforeseen technical problems (Celine Dion's uncooperative...
Times Staff WriterAn adrenaline shot to the movie heart, soul and mind, Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 2" is a blast of pure pop pleasure. The second half of Tarantino's long-gestating epic, "Vol. 2" firmly lays to rest the doubts raised by "Vol. 1" as to whether...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Roger Corman, Death, Crimes, Sergio Leone
Times Staff WriterAgainst an apocalyptic red sky, the moon a thin white sliver, Walt Disney Concert Hall, bathed in Matrix-green light, looked its part — a Hollywood backdrop. On Monday, the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic was overrun by agents, publicists with...
Times Staff WriterFew artists in the history of American pop are more deserving of the Grammys' top award than the late Ray Charles, so it was hard to feel too disappointed Sunday when his "Genius Loves Company" was named album of the year — even if the award was...
Times Staff WriterKeisha Castle-Hughes is wincing. It's not even 9 a.m. and a stranger is plucking her eyebrows. Here in Los Angeles things get weird during Oscar season. People who have spent their adult lives in front of a camera get nominated for something or other...
Orlando SentinelThis was the year that the Grammy Awards finally had a chance to be hip, if CBS could just keep everyone's wardrobe in place. In retrospect, keeping Vince Gill, Dave Matthews, Sting and Pharrell Williams from imitating the Beatles would have been a...
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