Street Strains: Venice Beach troubadour Ted Hawkins leaves a musical legacy on Love You Most of All.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Ned Massey, Q-Burns Abstract Message and various artists.
Stake-Out: John Carpenter goes for the gore in vampire genre.
Culinary Coo: Willow Glen's White Dove Cafe is a four-star stop on Lincoln Avenue, a hot spot for wining and dining before or after the holiday lights.
Rudi Mania: In Nureyev: His Life, author Diane Solway calls Rudolf Nureyev ballet's first pop star.
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