October 11, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 7 - Oct. 13 in PDF format This week's TV Movies CBS This Morning Author Nelson DeMille; director Paul Thomas Anderson. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Donald Trump; Anthony Bourdain; Christy Vega Fowler; Marcia Cross; Halloween; Jackie Evancho. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America Henry Winkler; Kevin James; Drew Lachey; Anna Trebunskaya. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Live With Kelly and Michael Salma Hayek; Kyle MacLachlan.
October 22, 2009 |
Nearly half a century after its debut, Jack Kerouac's "Big Sur" is getting its due. By the time he published the book in 1962, Kerouac was already lost in the alcoholism that killed him seven years later at age 47. Wednesday marked the 40th anniversary of his death. The reviews of Kerouac's last major novel -- a wrenching, thinly veiled account of his failed efforts to stop drinking -- certainly didn't help his crumbling state of mind. "What can a beat do when he is too old to go on the road?
January 22, 2004 |
Where the stars dance and primp It's not every night you can watch Janet Jackson reapply her makeup in the ladies room. The diva was kicking it at Joseph's on Monday, where such celebs as Cypress Hill rapper B Real, Mark Wahlberg, Vin Diesel, Paris Hilton and Laker b-baller Devean George were dancing to DJ Scott Oster's rocking blend of hip-hop and R&B. Bolthouse Productions has hosted the night for three years, and it continues to be one of the hottest weekly parties in town....
February 13, 2003 |
As sad as he wants it to be Pardon Jimmy Tamborello of Silver Lake if he sounds defeatist. His new album, a product of his mostly snail-mail collaboration with Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard, is titled "Give Up," due Tuesday from Subpop Records. The duo, using the nom de music Postal Service (get it?), exchanged songs via mail, with the Seattle-based Gibbard tweaking Tamborello's outlines on his computer.
February 15, 2007 |
SO much of Los Angeles' niche culture revels in being contrarian, as if expectations were zits that demand you apply layers of medicinal shock, whimsy and irony. Which explains why there is tongue-in-cheek by the mouthful at Give Up, an on-again, off-again promotional sendup from the minds (and ears) of the Internet radio station and DJ collective called Dublab.
October 5, 2007 |
A dozen years after his death by suicide, Kurt Cobain remains a fascinating figure. Filmmaker AJ Schnack is the latest to weigh in with the collage-like nonfiction work "Kurt Cobain About a Son." In no way an introduction to Cobain or the definitive word on the iconoclastic artist, the film will likely appeal to the type of completist who covets alternative takes of previously released songs or collections of obscure B-sides.