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ENTERTAINMENT
September 1, 2011 | By Steve Appleford, Special to the Los Angeles Times
The first time Sean Carlson organized the FYF Festival, in 2004, he was barely 18 and thrilled just to bring some of his favorite indie bands and comedians to the Echo and other scattered clubs. "No organization," Carlson remembers fondly. "It was just a disaster. It was great. " He presented 30 bands and a dozen comedians (including an unknown Zach Galifianakis) that year for a crowd of 2,500. Carlson made about $8, not yet realizing that he'd begun a career as street-level impresario for an exploding music scene in and around downtown, Silver Lake and Echo Park.
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NEWS
September 13, 2007 | Geoff Boucher
The White Stripes have canceled their tour, including two stops in Southern California: the Sept. 19 show at the Forum in Inglewood with Cold War Kids and a Sept. 18 performance at Coors Amphitheater in San Diego. The enigmatic Detroit duo of singer and guitarist Jack White and drummer Meg White posted a message Tuesday on their official website citing health issues. "Meg White is suffering from acute anxiety and is unable to travel at this time," the short dispatch stated.
NEWS
April 12, 2007
KCRW-FM (89.9) doesn't own the trademark on the term "eclectic," but it might as well, given how closely bound the concept has become to the radio station's musical identity, from the "Morning Becomes Eclectic" daily program to the Sounds Eclectic Evening benefit concert.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 2013 | By August Brown
Pop & Hiss' team of intrepid reporters is, as we speak, preparing to crack their first Shiner Bocks in Austin, Texas -- and maybe getting around to seeing some music too. But for all you unfortunate souls who have to spend the week in relaxing, temperate California as opposed to the scorching middle of Texas under a deluge of smoky meat trimmings and promo CDs, SXSW will be live-streaming events and panels at its site . What new details about...
ENTERTAINMENT
January 26, 2008 | Chuck Mindenhall, Special to The Times
With the slogan "It's not what you'd expect," the Orange County Performing Arts Center's new Off Center indie-rock series kicked off Thursday with performances by Sweden's Peter, Bjorn and John and L.A.'s Sea Wolf. The series is meant to add a hipper element to the center's usual classical, jazz and cabaret fare. That is, to attract younger audiences, the kind that whistle along to the most ubiquitous foot-tapper of 2007, PB&J's appropriately titled "Young Folks."
ENTERTAINMENT
November 1, 2011
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SPORTS
July 30, 2010 | By Baxter Holmes
The U.S. Open of Surfing, the world's largest professional surfing competition, begins its nine-day run Saturday in Huntington Beach, where top surfers will compete for a piece of the $350,000 purse, including the $100,000 first prize in the men's division. Huntington Beach native Brett Simpson, who last year became the first Surf City USA native to win the Open, is back. He faces heavyweights Mick Fanning ( Australia), Taj Burrow (Australia), Andy Irons ( Hawaii), C.J. Hobgood ( Florida)
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