Thirty-three-year-old Robert Glasper has been putting out fairly straight-forward jazz records since the mid-'00s. Last month, however, Houston-bred, New York-based pianist released a R&B and hip-hop indebted album, Black Radio, under the moniker the Robert Glasper Experiment. This has some jazz fan ... More >>
Rick Ross feat. Busta Rhymes
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Better than: Actually being Big Meech. Or Larry Hoover. At least in 2012.
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Like most news bloggers, we probably spend too much time on Twitter. Tips arrive in real time -- quicker than on news television, or over the wire -- and Twitpics open us up to a world of witnesses.
In effect, we might also talk about it too much. (Online celebrity rags are guiltiest of all: ... More >>
Paul T. BradleySouth, Powered by Vizio: This is the Sports Bar...of the Future
In the bars of the future, will we all be sharing beers around android tablets...bespectacled with 3D glasses...eating Dippin' Dots?
Santa Monica sports bar South and local electronics giant Vizio hope so (well, ... More >>
2009 Eric RichardsonBaron Davis at Clippers media dayBaron Davis is a rarity in this city. He is a true Los Angeles athlete, having grown up in South Central, playing high school basketball at Crossroads in Santa Monica, then in Westwood at UCLA, where after two years, he was chosen with the ... More >>
Councilwoman Janice Hahn.With a sweep of the Utah Jazz Monday, the Lakers would be facing a team from Arizona, the state in the cross-hairs of the Los Angeles City Council for its new law that allows cops to ask people they stop for proof of immigration status. In the face of a proposed city ... More >>
Hannibal Moncrief saw the future last night. No, he didn't brew mushroom tea and watch Doc Brown tinker with the fabric of the space-time continuum. And no, he didn't spend three hours inside the glowing pink origami bird mumbling the phrase, "cool colors, man." The double-stacks of white ... More >>