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LA New Times was an alternative weekly newspaper that was published in Los Angeles, California from 1996 until 2002.

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Shooting Stars: Denny Bruce Produced Plenty Of Legends – But Never Became One

Profile and Interview by Kirk Silsbee, LA New Times, 11 September 1997

STROLL THROUGH Denny Bruce's home on a hillside north of Sunset Boulevard, and you wander through mementos of a career spent nurturing greatness. ...

Jack Nitzsche: For Composer Jack Nitzsche, It's Never Too Late To Score With The Underground

Profile and Interview by Harvey Kubernik, LA New Times, 9 April 1998

"I think they wanted a score that was action and adventure. Scary suspense and all that shit. And I said, 'Fuck that. Let's put some ...

The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Van Dyke Parks: The Beach Boys: An American Family: Heroes and Villains

Report and Interview by Bill Holdship, LA New Times, 4 June 2000

Brian Wilson's back, recording a live album at the Roxy this week and preparing for a summer tour with symphony orchestras throughout the U.S. So ...

Limp Bizkit: Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (Interscope)

Review by Bill Holdship, LA New Times, October 2000

YOU GOTTA WONDER when it go so ugly and so ... well, beyond anger and rage. If you trace this angry post-adolescent thing from James ...

Looking For Influence, Significance, Development And Perpetuation At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Comment by Bill Holdship, LA New Times, 28 March 2001

Press release, Tuesday, December 12, 2000, New York – The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees for the 16th Annual Induction Ceremony were announced ...

George Harrison: An Appreciation From a Man Who Peed With The Quiet One

Comment by Bill Holdship, LA New Times, 6 December 2001

GEORGE HARRISON is probably bemused by all the attention his passing received in the material world this past week. Most of the tributes have concentrated ...

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