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April 9, 1994
Dear Barry Melrose, I guess it wasn't all Jimmy Carson's fault. MARK BLOOM Calabasas In fantasy hockey leagues, from one year to the next you can save up to six players. Could the Kings please do it that way next year? JULIE MILLER Santa Monica
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December 10, 2012 | By Randy Lewis
Once there was a great tradition in country music of male harmony singing, one that's nearly disappeared in recent decades. The Everly Brothers, the Louvin Brothers and the Monroe Brothers were among the standouts of sibling harmony acts, while Johnnie & Jack and a few others proved conclusively that singers didn't have to be family to sound like they were. That's part of the inspiration behind “Buddy and Jim,” the new collaboration between two of Americana music's most respected singers and songwriters -- and longtime friends-- Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale coming out Tuesday.
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SPORTS
October 19, 1991
The new and improved scoreboard at the Forum has finally been unveiled. It has great video screens that now can show instant replay, challenging trivia questions and a message board that is hard to read through all that advertising. The real issue is how long it will take for its operators to learn how to correctly spell the names of the home team. JULIE MILLER Santa Monica
ENTERTAINMENT
March 3, 2009 | Randy Lewis, Todd Martens
Buddy and Julie Miller "Written in Chalk" (New West) . . The word that seems to crop up with greater frequency than any other here is "goodbye." Loss and how it affects the human spirit are central in these dozen songs, most of them written by Julie and sung alternately, or occasionally together, by her and her guitarist-producer husband. This uncommonly moving collection, only the second from the first couple of Americana music, opens with the reflective "Ellis County," written by Julie "for Momma," according to the CD's lovely booklet containing the lyrics and credits.
SPORTS
June 17, 2000
It's official. The Times hates hockey. In a city where there are three pro hockey teams and no NFL teams, it is truly offensive that the presentation of the oldest championship trophy in professional sports gets buried on Page 3. JULIE MILLER, Burbank Once again, your paper has treated the NHL as second-class citizens. After what was perhaps the most intense goaltender battle the Stanley Cup has ever seen, you people chose to bury the outcome of this magnificent championship series with a half-page article on Page 3. Instead of seeing MVP Scott Stevens hoisting the Cup on Page 1, we were all treated to a riveting column on the present employment status of Kurt Rambis.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 3, 2009 | Randy Lewis, Todd Martens
Buddy and Julie Miller "Written in Chalk" (New West) . . The word that seems to crop up with greater frequency than any other here is "goodbye." Loss and how it affects the human spirit are central in these dozen songs, most of them written by Julie and sung alternately, or occasionally together, by her and her guitarist-producer husband. This uncommonly moving collection, only the second from the first couple of Americana music, opens with the reflective "Ellis County," written by Julie "for Momma," according to the CD's lovely booklet containing the lyrics and credits.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 2012 | By Randy Lewis
Once there was a great tradition in country music of male harmony singing, one that's nearly disappeared in recent decades. The Everly Brothers, the Louvin Brothers and the Monroe Brothers were among the standouts of sibling harmony acts, while Johnnie & Jack and a few others proved conclusively that singers didn't have to be family to sound like they were. That's part of the inspiration behind “Buddy and Jim,” the new collaboration between two of Americana music's most respected singers and songwriters -- and longtime friends-- Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale coming out Tuesday.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 26, 2000 | JOHN MILWARD, John Milward is a freelance writer based in Woodstock, N.Y
Julie Miller sits down in a food court at Newark Airport while her musical and marital partner, Buddy Miller, checks them into their flight to Nashville. Minutes earlier, Buddy had to stand firm to fend off a $300 overcharge on the rental car they'd used for a series of East Coast dates that had ended the night before at the Bottom Line in New York. "Driving ourselves around was thrilling at 20," says Julie, a 43-year-old who's quick with a laugh. "But at this stage, 'Let's go home.'
ENTERTAINMENT
September 20, 2001
Tori Amos, "Strange Little Girls," Atlantic Bis, "Return to Central," spinART Curve, "The Gift," Hip-O Donna De Lory, "Bliss," Secret Road Records Macy Gray, "The Id," Epic Handsome Family, "Twilight," Carrot Top Records Richie Hawtin, "DE9: Closer to the Edit," NovaMute Live, "V," MCA Martina McBride, "Greatest Hits," RCA Buddy & Julie Miller, "Buddy & Julie Miller," High Tone Ol' Dirty Bastard, "The Dirty Story," Elektra Phish, "Live Phish," Elektra Remy Zero, "The Golden Hum," Elektra Marc
BUSINESS
April 19, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Taxpayers who couldn't electronically file last-minute returns using Intuit Inc.'s TurboTax, ProSeries and other software won't be penalized for delays caused by the company's overtaxed servers, the IRS said. A record number of returns from individual taxpayers and accountants choked the Mountain View, Calif.-based company's computers Tuesday, leading to delays in customers receiving confirmation that their returns had been submitted successfully, Intuit spokeswoman Julie Miller said.
SPORTS
June 17, 2000
It's official. The Times hates hockey. In a city where there are three pro hockey teams and no NFL teams, it is truly offensive that the presentation of the oldest championship trophy in professional sports gets buried on Page 3. JULIE MILLER, Burbank Once again, your paper has treated the NHL as second-class citizens. After what was perhaps the most intense goaltender battle the Stanley Cup has ever seen, you people chose to bury the outcome of this magnificent championship series with a half-page article on Page 3. Instead of seeing MVP Scott Stevens hoisting the Cup on Page 1, we were all treated to a riveting column on the present employment status of Kurt Rambis.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 26, 2000 | JOHN MILWARD, John Milward is a freelance writer based in Woodstock, N.Y
Julie Miller sits down in a food court at Newark Airport while her musical and marital partner, Buddy Miller, checks them into their flight to Nashville. Minutes earlier, Buddy had to stand firm to fend off a $300 overcharge on the rental car they'd used for a series of East Coast dates that had ended the night before at the Bottom Line in New York. "Driving ourselves around was thrilling at 20," says Julie, a 43-year-old who's quick with a laugh. "But at this stage, 'Let's go home.'
SPORTS
April 9, 1994
Dear Barry Melrose, I guess it wasn't all Jimmy Carson's fault. MARK BLOOM Calabasas In fantasy hockey leagues, from one year to the next you can save up to six players. Could the Kings please do it that way next year? JULIE MILLER Santa Monica
SPORTS
October 19, 1991
The new and improved scoreboard at the Forum has finally been unveiled. It has great video screens that now can show instant replay, challenging trivia questions and a message board that is hard to read through all that advertising. The real issue is how long it will take for its operators to learn how to correctly spell the names of the home team. JULIE MILLER Santa Monica
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1995
A 53-year-old Palmdale man was killed and five others were injured when a van they were riding in drove off the Antelope Valley Freeway in Acton and tumbled 35 feet down an embankment, authorities said Wednesday. Investigators are trying to determine why a minivan driven by Almalou General, 28, of Palmdale, swerved suddenly to the left and then to the right before driving off the freeway Tuesday morning, California Highway Patrol Officer Miguel Siordia said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 2001 | RANDY LEWIS
The indie movie "Songcatcher" won a special jury prize at last year's Sundance Film Festival for ensemble performance by the cast, and the companion album deserves a similar honor. The movie, set in 1907, is about a female scholar who treks into Appalachia to learn about the folk music traditions of that region. They are typically passed down by women, so it's entirely fitting that nearly all the performers are women.
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