Texas native Grant Dull is not the guy one would expect to see at the forefront of a revolution in Latin American music. A former resident of San Antonio with no connection to Latin America (other than his hometown's proximity to the Mexican border), he is one of the co-founders of Buenos Aires, Arg ... More >>
Loughner, accused of murder, times six.A Southern California federal court judge was tapped to takeover the murder case of Jared Loughner, the 22-year-old accused of killing six people and injuring 14 outside a Tucson Safeway over the weekend. Because the Tucson region's U.S. District Court ... More >>
Natalie Merchant at the Orpheum Theatre "Natalie Merchant manages to make what would seem to be a stuffy premise -- putting new melodies to the classic words of dead poets -- into the most sonically adventurous project of her career. Known more as a singer and lyricist, she proves to be uncan ... More >>
How a dedicated community organizer becomes an insulated, perk-oriented politician
Mike Judge has worn a lot of hats, going from a physics major at the University of San Diego, to being an office temp, to finally achieving red carpet status (and major life points) as Hollywood's latest go-to for dark socio-economic satire. LAWeekly.com caught up with the popular Office Space, Idi ... More >>
How an oblivious school board lets a tiny, scandal-ridden force endanger L.A. kids
Miracles. Exorcism. Catholic-bashing. Going for broke in the Universal Church.
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