Robert Redford will be the second recipient of the Walden Woods Project's global environmental leadership award this year. Redford will be presented with the award on Sept. 16 at the Citi Performing…
"It's been said that architecture is frozen music," says Palm Springs resident Martin Newman, quoting Goethe about his role as a designer and restorer of classic Spanish and Mediterranean homes. "My…
Given the beefed up security around L.A. Live on April 18, not to mention the imperfect storm of parallel downtown events, one could understand the wry reference that Don Henley made to Rock and Roll…
At midnight on Sept. 13, something momentous will happen to the group Village People and one of the anthems that made them emblematic of the 1970s disco era, and a mainstay to this day of many a…
Compelling enough to convert even non-fans of "Take It Easy" and other anti-activist '70s hits, director Alison Ellwood's epic docu "History of the Eagles -- Part One" treats the 20th century's…
Music again plays a major role at Sundance in both its programming and on Main St.
The "American Masters" documentary "Inventing David Geffen" seems so enamored with having gained extensive access to the entertainment mogul as to have pulled its punches -- not producing a…
Big Bird is in the crosshairs of this year's presidential campaign, but the bigger victim may be the public's perception of what is "fair use."
Continuing to diversify its growing catalog, indie publisher Spirit Music Group has signed David Paich, a founding member of Toto and co-author of many of Boz Scaggs' biggest hits.
California's political landscape this election cycle has been, for lack of a better term, bizarre.