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Dennis Hopper, the maverick director and costar of the landmark 1969 counterculture film classic "Easy Rider" whose drug- and alcohol-fueled reputation as a Hollywood bad boy preceded his return to sobriety and a career resurgence in the films " Hoosiers"...
Families who enrolled their children at the private Armenian school that was shut down by a temporary court order last week must immediately switch schools, officials said. Scholars Academic Foundation, a K-12 campus in La Crescenta, was forbidden...
Tags: La Crescenta, Parenting, Los Angeles, Laws, Human Interest
Fifteen La Caņada High School seniors are in the running for one of 8,400 National Merit Scholarships, it was announced Wednesday. The National Merit Scholarship Program released the names of 16,000 semifinalists who each can potentially earn...
Rich Cronin, the lead singer and songwriter for the band LFO who wrote the catchy 1999 hit "Summer Girls" — in which he rapped about Abercrombie and Fitch — has died of complications of leukemia. He was 36. Cronin, who was diagnosed with...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Rachelle Spector and her husband, convicted murderer Phil Spector, are still making music together even though the legendary record producer is behind bars. In fact, Spector's young wife is about to release her own new album called "Out...
Tags: Charles Manson, Entertainment, Music Industry, Prisons, Crimes
Tribune reportersThe University of Illinois' favoritism toward students backed by powerful sponsors must come to an end, the principal enforcer of the campus' secret admissions system testified Monday. Chancellor Richard Herman took responsibility for the special...
Barry Beckett Producer worked with famous singers Barry Beckett, 66, a keyboard player and record producer who had important roles in recordings by Bob Dylan, Percy Sledge, Hank Williams Jr. and Kenny Chesney, died June 10 at his home in Henderson,...
Tags: Music Industry, World Series, National League, Death, Sports
(WGN-AM)- University of Illinois Chancellor Richard Herman forced the law school to admit an unqualified applicant backed by former Gov. Rod Blagojevich while arranging for the governor's go-between to seek jobs for five law school graduates, according to...
Long the stepchild of a Eurocentric art world, American art is finding new favor at home as a growing number of institutions showcase work from Colonial times to World War II. Today, the Huntington in San Marino will join the Metropolitan Museum of Art...
Television's "American Idol" is, of course, famous partly for its comically inept performances. But in the 1950s, the fans of two talent shows on local TV were treated to some moments that were more bizarre than anything "Idol" has shown. That's because...
Gerald McCabe, a furniture designer whose passion for woodworking and love of music led to the creation of the Santa Monica folk music institution McCabe’s Guitar Shop, died Sunday in Eugene, Ore., two days after suffering a heart attack. He was 82....
(WGN-AM)- The University of Illinois' favoritism toward students backed by powerful sponsors must come to an end, the principal enforcer of the campus' secret admissions system testified today. Chancellor Richard Herman took responsibility for the...
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