California Sounds: David Axelrod vinyl reissues; Ty Segall covers the Dils; new music from Papercuts and Sasami
David Axelrod, “Songs of Innocence,” “Songs of Experience” and “Earth Rot” (Now-Again/Universal). Starting in 1969, the late producer, arranger and heavily sampled musician Axelrod issued a trio of instrumental psychedelic soul albums for Capitol that, while failing to hit at the time, have become...
Review: Disney Hall's hidden corridors became a stage for dancers in Benjamin Millepied and L.A. Phil's 'Romeo and Juliet'
Reviews: With love, sex and mystery from the U.K., 'Wanderlust,' 'Bodyguard' and 'The Woman in White'
Review: A shave and a haircut — and bonding time for African-heritage men in 'Barber Shop Chronicles' at Freud Playhouse
Datebook: L.A.'s boundaries explored, FBI files turned into art and stories of contemporary indigenous women
Maria Menounos opens up about her brain tumor, says health ordeal was 'a blessing'
After Maria Menounos endured one of the darkest moments of her life, she’s hoping to shine a light in the lives of others.
Lindsay Lohan's publicist will 'check in' on her after video of her accusing refugee parents of trafficking: report
Harvey Weinstein wins dismissal of one criminal charge
A New York judge on Thursday dismissed one of the six criminal charges against movie producer Harvey Weinstein after prosecutors said they could not oppose the dismissal in light of information they had learned while investigating the case.
Philly songwriter wins $44M in suit over Usher song
A Philadelphia songwriter who claims he was cut out of profits and credit from song that was recorded by R&B star Usher has been awarded more than $40 million in damages in a suit that targeted the track's other co-writers
Big Bird puppeteer Caroll Spinney performs for the final time — see the pics
The 84-year-old entertainer delighted children playing Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch for nearly half a century before announcing his retirement earlier this week.
The Top 10 Horror Movies Of 2018 (So Far)
Demons, hellish bikers, and parents who want to kill their kids — 2018 was a wild year for the horror genre.
See swords, ships and a sorceress at Vikings exhibit at Nordic Museum
"The Vikings Begin," the story of the roots of this fascinating people, is told through artifacts and archaeological discoveries assembled by a Swedish museum and being exhibited at Seattle's newly renovated Nordic Museum.
Incandescent talent of cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason and conductor Ruth Reinhardt shine with Seattle Symphony