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Youth in the spotlight:

...kids 8 through 14. The play uses rock/R&B singer Gwen Stefani's hit "Hollaback Girl" as a jumping-off point...peers. They're taught to be tractable," he said. "Gwen Stefani has presented herself as a powerful young woman and...

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This WeeK
The many sides of March

...inside its own stomach and simmered for three hours. This is to say nothing of L.A.M.B., a fashion line by Gwen Stefani. In this scenario, March goes out like a heavily made-up Madonna-wannabe who's married to some pretty boy British...

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The skull makes fashion headway

...Blame couture designer Alexander Mc-Queen, whose 2003 skull scarf became popular with Hollywood fashionistas. Or Gwen Stefani, for giving skulls a rock star appeal. Or even Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy, which led to a retail...

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Sound Bites

...pretty big splash with his music before becoming the envy of men everywhere with his marriage to ultimate rock girl Gwen Stefani. The former frontman for Bush, whose 1994 debut "Sixteen Stone" was one of the more popular discs of the 90's...

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Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Opens Friday, Oct 7, 2011 Synopsis: In the 1980s, Fishbone were a band that seemed destined for stardom; their albums earned rave reviews from critics, their wildly energetic live shows made converts of the most skeptical music fans, and they were willing to work hard to bring their music to the people. But a few things held them back -- their music was a crazy quilt of funk, ska, punk, hard rock and R&B that was exciting but wildly difficult to classify, and all the group's members were black, which shouldn't have mattered but did as radio and MTV became increasingly segregated in the 1980s. The group was spawned by a typically 1970s cultural collision; founding member Norwood Fisher became part of a court-ordered bussing program that took him out of South Central Los Angeles to a school in the San Fernando Valley, where he met fellow outcast Angelo Moore. Together, Fisher and Moore took their own musical ideas rooted in reggae and funk, mixed them with the rock and punk favored by their classmates, and created a sound that was all their own. But for all their promise and talent, Fishbone had a way of generating chaos, and the frequent conflicts between band members (best exemplified by their attempts to liberate Walter Kibby after he joined a cult) certainly didn't help matters. Filmmakers Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler chronicle the band's long, strange history in the documentary Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone, which includes interviews with noted fans Gwen Stefani, Flea, Ice-T, George Clinton, Mike Watt, Branford Marsalis and Tim Robbins. Everyday Sunshine received its world premiere at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Laurence Fishburne Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Opens Friday, Oct 7, 2011 Synopsis: In the 1980s, Fishbone were a band that seemed destined for stardom; their albums earned rave reviews from critics, their wildly energetic live shows made converts of the most skeptical music fans, and they were willing to work hard to bring their music to the people. But a few things held them back -- their music was a crazy quilt of funk, ska, punk, hard rock and R&B that was exciting but wildly difficult to classify, and all the group's members were black, which shouldn't have mattered but did as radio and MTV became increasingly segregated in the 1980s. The group was spawned by a typically 1970s cultural collision; founding member Norwood Fisher became part of a court-ordered bussing program that took him out of South Central Los Angeles to a school in the San Fernando Valley, where he met fellow outcast Angelo Moore. Together, Fisher and Moore took their own musical ideas rooted in reggae and funk, mixed them with the rock and punk favored by their classmates, and created a sound that was all their own. But for all their promise and talent, Fishbone had a way of generating chaos, and the frequent conflicts between band members (best exemplified by their attempts to liberate Walter Kibby after he joined a cult) certainly didn't help matters. Filmmakers Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler chronicle the band's long, strange history in the documentary Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone, which includes interviews with noted fans Gwen Stefani, Flea, Ice-T, George Clinton, Mike Watt, Branford Marsalis and Tim Robbins. Everyday Sunshine received its world premiere at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Laurence Fishburne Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Now Playing Synopsis: In the 1980s, Fishbone were a band that seemed destined for stardom; their albums earned rave reviews from critics, their wildly energetic live shows made converts of the most skeptical music fans, and they were willing to work hard to bring their music to the people. But a few things held them back -- their music was a crazy quilt of funk, ska, punk, hard rock and R&B that was exciting but wildly difficult to classify, and all the group's members were black, which shouldn't have mattered but did as radio and MTV became increasingly segregated in the 1980s. The group was spawned by a typically 1970s cultural collision; founding member Norwood Fisher became part of a court-ordered bussing program that took him out of South Central Los Angeles to a school in the San Fernando Valley, where he met fellow outcast Angelo Moore. Together, Fisher and Moore took their own musical ideas rooted in reggae and funk, mixed them with the rock and punk favored by their classmates, and created a sound that was all their own. But for all their promise and talent, Fishbone had a way of generating chaos, and the frequent conflicts between band members (best exemplified by their attempts to liberate Walter Kibby after he joined a cult) certainly didn't help matters. Filmmakers Lev Anderson and Chris Metzler chronicle the band's long, strange history in the documentary Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone, which includes interviews with noted fans Gwen Stefani, Flea, Ice-T, George Clinton, Mike Watt, Branford Marsalis and Tim Robbins. Everyday Sunshine received its world premiere at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Norwood Fisher, Flea, Angelo Moore, Chris Dowd, Walter Kibby, Kendall Jones, Elaine Fisher, Larren Jones, Anna Loynes, Dazireen Moore, Cheyenne Moore, Ice-T, Bob Forrest, Gwen Stefani, Perry Farrell, David Kahne, Roger Perry, Dallas Austin, George Clinton, Branford Marsalis, Eugene Hutz, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young, Vernon Reid, Mike Watt, Les Claypool, Keith Morris, ?uestlove, Tim Robbins, Rocky George, Dre Gipson, John McKnight, John Steward, Philip Fisher, John Bigham, Padre Holmes, Tracey Singleton, Curtis Storey Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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