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April 29, 1999 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dogged by protesters, Marilyn Manson has called off the final five dates of his U.S. concert tour--including a May 8 show at the Universal Amphitheatre--in the wake of the Colorado mass shooting. The shock-rocker said Wednesday on his official Web site that the decision is both a response to the "irresponsible finger-pointing" by critics of his dark music and a nod to the needs of the grieving Littleton, Colo., community.
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September 26, 2002 | JESSICA HUNDLEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There may have been raven-haired Amazons in black bustiers, porcelain-skinned boys with kohl-rimmed eyes and bottomless glasses of milky green Absente (absinthe's less potent American cousin), but in the end the most surreal thing about the VIP premiere for Marilyn Manson's debut watercolors collection (aptly titled "The Golden Age of Grotesque") was its remarkable lack of surrealism. Not that there wasn't the prerequisite weirdness.
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May 9, 1998 | Associated Press
A college student was convicted of harassment and fined $250 Friday for wearing a Marilyn Manson T-shirt to a community festival called Tater Days. "I think it was like stepping back into the days of a Salem witch trial," said 20-year-old Venus Starlett Dust Morgan. The shirt included an obscene phrase from one of the band's songs. Several mothers with children complained to authorities.
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April 29, 1999 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dogged by protesters, Marilyn Manson has called off the final five dates of his U.S. concert tour--including a May 8 show at the Universal Amphitheatre--in the wake of the Colorado mass shooting. The shock-rocker said Wednesday on his official Web site that the decision is both a response to the "irresponsible finger-pointing" by critics of his dark music and a nod to the needs of the grieving Littleton, Colo., community.
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March 17, 1999 | GEOFF BOUCHER and STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Geoff Boucher is a Times staff writer and Steve Hochman is a freelance writer
When it was announced that Marilyn Manson and Hole--two of rock's most flamboyant and high-profile acts--would team up on a concert tour, fans starting taking bets on when the whole volatile vehicle would go crashing out of control. Instead it appears the tour just ran out of gas--and then suffered a flat tire while coasting to the curb. After only nine shows, Courtney Love of Hole casually confirmed to the audience at the Great Western Forum on Sunday that her band was abandoning the tour.
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September 26, 2002 | JESSICA HUNDLEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There may have been raven-haired Amazons in black bustiers, porcelain-skinned boys with kohl-rimmed eyes and bottomless glasses of milky green Absente (absinthe's less potent American cousin), but in the end the most surreal thing about the VIP premiere for Marilyn Manson's debut watercolors collection (aptly titled "The Golden Age of Grotesque") was its remarkable lack of surrealism. Not that there wasn't the prerequisite weirdness.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 1999 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Being Marilyn Manson means never having to say you're sorry, except maybe to yourself. Rock's top boogeyman of the moment isn't about to repent his embrace of the old sex-drugs-rock 'n' roll ethic. His 1998 autobiography, "The Long Hard Road Out of Hell," exults in the decadence of it all.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 1999 | GEOFF BOUCHER and STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Geoff Boucher is a Times staff writer and Steve Hochman is a freelance writer
When it was announced that Marilyn Manson and Hole--two of rock's most flamboyant and high-profile acts--would team up on a concert tour, fans starting taking bets on when the whole volatile vehicle would go crashing out of control. Instead it appears the tour just ran out of gas--and then suffered a flat tire while coasting to the curb. After only nine shows, Courtney Love of Hole casually confirmed to the audience at the Great Western Forum on Sunday that her band was abandoning the tour.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 12, 1999 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Being Marilyn Manson means never having to say you're sorry, except maybe to yourself. Rock's top boogeyman of the moment isn't about to repent his embrace of the old sex-drugs-rock 'n' roll ethic. His 1998 autobiography, "The Long Hard Road Out of Hell," exults in the decadence of it all.
NEWS
May 9, 1998 | Associated Press
A college student was convicted of harassment and fined $250 Friday for wearing a Marilyn Manson T-shirt to a community festival called Tater Days. "I think it was like stepping back into the days of a Salem witch trial," said 20-year-old Venus Starlett Dust Morgan. The shirt included an obscene phrase from one of the band's songs. Several mothers with children complained to authorities.
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