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April 2, 2002 | BRONWYN GARRITY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At Crenshaw High School, the students boo before Leila Steinberg gets a chance to greet them. When she goes downtown to a group home for troubled teens, they kick aside their chairs and yell, in not so many words, that they aren't up for any empty talk. At Beverly Hills High, they just yawn.
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April 2, 2002 | BRONWYN GARRITY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At Crenshaw High School, the students boo before Leila Steinberg gets a chance to greet them. When she goes downtown to a group home for troubled teens, they kick aside their chairs and yell, in not so many words, that they aren't up for any empty talk. At Beverly Hills High, they just yawn.
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August 2, 1998 | Steve Hochman
The impact of the late Tupac Shakur on hip-hop is massive. But even his biggest fans might not immediately recognize his songs on an upcoming tribute album. Shakur's manager Leila Steinberg and his mother Afeni Shakur are recruiting artists from a wide range of styles for the project, which is meant to show the universality of his message and music.
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June 11, 2003 | Anita M. Busch, Special to The Times
Each week, scores of talented and not-so-talented singers, musicians and other performers flock to stages around Hollywood hoping to be discovered at open mike and talent showcases. By day, they are students, barbers, computer programmers, receptionists, teachers, or bus drivers. Some have been hopping around these circuits for years, while others are taking their first shot before a live audience.
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August 1, 2013 | By Randall Roberts, Los Angeles Times Pop Music Critic, This post has been corrected. See note below for details
On a recent afternoon Thebe Kgositsile, 19, wandered around his sparse central Hollywood apartment lugging a gallon of orange juice and thinking about the logo to his fledgling music imprint Tan Cressida. A piano melody looped from a computer plugged into the keyboard next to it. The early stages of a beat, its evolution would soundtrack the rest of the afternoon as he built it while meeting with his attorney and his manager and worrying aloud that he was getting sick. He'd been coughing all morning, and Bonnaroo was less than a week away.
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