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Redd Foxx: After many episodes promising, "Oh, this is the big one! You hear that, Elizabeth? I'm comin' to join ya, honey!", "Fred Sanford" finally did in 1991. Palm Valley View Memorial Park, Las Vegas Roy Orbison: Fans of his music were "Crying" after...
Tags: Death, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIke Turner, the musician who gave the world what many historians consider the first rock 'n' roll record -- "Rocket 88" in 1951 -- but bitterly acknowledged in his later years that he was most famous for being the abusive husband of Tina Turner, died...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHE misadventure began, as so many do, in a dingy Florida strip club. This one was called Dub's, and it was cinder-block roadhouse in Gainesville where, in the early 1970s, a dancer named Bubbles shimmied for students, townies and truck drivers while a...
Times Staff WriterBased on Johnny Cash's books "Man in Black" and "Cash: The Autobiography," and developed over a period of seven years with the help of Cash and June Carter Cash, James Mangold's "Walk the Line" toes it pretty well. Named for one of Cash's biggest hits, it...
Tags: Movies, Armed Forces, Memphis, Death, Johnny Cash
Sun reporter"I know you're gonna miss me But it's only summer love Baby, we're together It can not last forever Cause it's only summer love." T-Spoon, "Summer Love" (1999) Chris and Virginia only met a month ago, but the way they're gazing into each other's eyes...
Tags: Marriage, Death, Gardens and Parks, Weddings, Family
Special to The Times"Dylan Speaks," a DVD from Eagle Media, lets us revisit a revealing moment in the career of the revolutionary young poet named Bob Dylan — a scene that underscored how difficult it was for the mainstream media to make sense of the most important...
The Swampby Mark Silva Veterans of "the Russert interview'' paused today to salute the revered newsman who died so suddenly this week, the late Tim Russert, who was chief of the Washington bureau for NBC News and longtime host of Sunday......
Special to The TimesGreetings. My name is Orb Robinson from Tampa, Fla. I have in my possession a rare and multi-karat moon rock I'm trying to find a buyer for. The laws surrounding this type of exchange are known, so I will be straightforward and nonchalant about wanting...
TIMES FILM CRITIC"Mulholland Dr." is a mystery that doesn't want to be solved. It's a dark dreamscape that needs to be experienced, not explained, a puzzle that's eager to fool the mind the way trompe l'oeil paintings trick the eye. And even if it makes sense in writer-...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Movies, Montana, David Lynch, Justin Theroux
Chicago Tribune Rock music criticThis article first appeared in the Chicago Tribune on July 13, 1992 . Like many rock stars, George Harrison has an ego problem. Unlike most of them, he could use more ego, not less. His distaste for the spotlight may have had something to do with the...
Tribune rock criticAlthough never a band to underestimate the significance of its music in recent years, U2 shelves the sanctimony on its new album. When ``Achtung Baby`` (Island) arrives in stores on Tuesday, listeners will hear the garage band in U2 fighting to get out....
Tags: Poetry, Bo Diddley, Brian Eno, Bono, U2 (music group)
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