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Brandon Ingram to be re-evaluated next week after MRI confirms sprained ankle

Brandon Ingram to be re-evaluated next week after MRI confirms sprained ankle
  • Brandon Ingram to be re-evaluated next week after MRI confirms sprained ankle FWC: Brandon Ingram to be re-evaluated next week after MRI confirms sprained ankle

    Brandon Ingram’s MRI Thursday evening confirmed a sprained left ankle and Ingram will be reevaluated in one week, the Lakers said Saturday. That means Ingram will miss at least two more games after Saturday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Lakers play the Miami Heat at home Monday…

  • Don’t toss those soulful old windows. Fix them. FWC: Don’t toss those soulful old windows. Fix them.

    Consider the historic double-hung window: two sashes glide effortlessly up and down, counterbalanced by iron weights attached to ropes strung through pulleys –– all hidden within walls. “As the weights touch, they get a bit musical and there’s a kind of harmonic ring in your wall,” said Steve Byroads,…

  • The historical recording Grammy: Mississippi blues, transgender soul, Korean War songs, country classics and a classical music curio FWC: The historical recording Grammy: Mississippi blues, transgender soul, Korean War songs, country classics and a classical music curio

    Jackie Shane (Numero Group) With much of the world’s recorded music available online, now more than ever we’re never done with the past. A dusty soul record lands in a ubiquitous ad, and, within a month, it’s on everyone’s tongue. An algorithm catches that you like Julia Holter and tips you to psychedelic folk singer Linda Perhacs’ 1970 electronic folk music.…

  • 2019 Grammy Award nominations: Full coverage of the snubs, surprises, oddities, reactions and more FWC: 2019 Grammy Award nominations: Full coverage of the snubs, surprises, oddities, reactions and more

    The rap categories for the 2019 Grammy nominations are full of a number of the usual, laudable contenders (Kendrick Lamar, Drake) as well as worthy ascendant acts (Cardi B, Travis Scott). What they lack, notably, is much representation from the wilds of streaming service SoundCloud and the young, often troubled stars who redefined the genre for young fans on the…

  • 2019 Grammy Awards: Best Dance/Electronic Album FWC: 2019 Grammy Awards: Best Dance/Electronic Album

    Everyone is buzzing about the 2019 Grammy Awards nominees. We’re particularly interested in the dance music selections (obviously), so let’s take a look. There’s a lot of greatness and variety to be heard within the Best Dance/Electronic Album category. Jon Hopkins, Justice, Sofi Tukker, SOPHIE, and TOKiMONSTA strongly represent dance music this year with an assortment of styles and and creative approaches to…

  • Hernan Cattaneo brings proper progressive to Hollywood institution, Avalon FWC: Hernan Cattaneo brings proper progressive to Hollywood institution, Avalon

    Progressive house’s roots are far deeper than the sounds initially mislabeled by Beatport in the early 2010s. In its original form, the music trancelike, luscious, and driving, with a smooth flow and lengthy songs that induce hypnosis. The music is beginning to thrive like it had when it initially captivated the electronic music community in the early aughts, and much…

  • Don Diablo features West Coast rap legend Nate Dogg in new track FWC: Don Diablo features West Coast rap legend Nate Dogg in new track

    2018 has been a year of forward-thinking hard work from Don Diablo. Since the release of his sophomore album, Future, there’s been a lot to acknowledge regarding the Dutch producer, including remixes for Martin Garrix, Kygo, Diplo, and more, alongside various original works. Now, he’s decided to pay homage to the late Nate Dogg with his latest single “I Got Love.” Dogg —…

  • Marshmello showcases new direction in new Roddy Ricch collaboration, ‘Project Dreams’ FWC: Marshmello showcases new direction in new Roddy Ricch collaboration, ‘Project Dreams’

    Marshmello has kept things interesting for fans this year, releasing everything from pop to rock to his old-school electronic style in new releases. This time, Marshmello heads in a completely new direction with his Roddy Ricch collaboration, titled “Project Dreams.” The masked producer has been teasing the collaboration online for more than a month, leaving fans wondering when the official…

  • In Bel-Air, a propeller-shaped mansion aims for $56 million FWC: In Bel-Air, a propeller-shaped mansion aims for $56 million

    A winged spec home composed of three propeller-like blades has flown onto the market in Bel-Air for $56 million. Developed by Duangpatra “Dang” Bodiratnangkura over the course of four years, the 18,850-square-foot mansion sits on a promontory lot behind two sets of gates. The stylish structure…

  • Our 101 favorite restaurants, plus more culinary explorations FWC: Our 101 favorite restaurants, plus more culinary explorations

    Good morning. As you may have noticed, especially if you spend much time on Instagram, our annual restaurant list came out a few days ago, with the booklet itself out tomorrow. The 2018 list differs from previous lists in myriad ways, and for myriad reasons. It is our first list without the late…

  • Ice Cube Performs ‘That New Funkadelic’ on ‘Tonight Show’ FWC: Ice Cube Performs ‘That New Funkadelic’ on ‘Tonight Show’

    To celebrate the release of his 10th solo album Everythangs Corrupt, Ice Cube paid a visit to Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” on Friday (Dec. 7). The hip-hop icon spoke about his BIG3 pro basketball league and potentially buying 22 regional sports networks. He also dished on playing Scrooge in Humbug, Netflix’s upcoming reimagining of A Christmas Carol, due…

  • How comedy impressario Brian Volk-Weiss navigates the nexus of big-money stand-up, streaming and #MeToo FWC: How comedy impressario Brian Volk-Weiss navigates the nexus of big-money stand-up, streaming and #MeToo

    Brian Volk-Weiss’s walls are scattershot with the arcane and the sublime: Johnny Cash’s “I Walk the Line” single from Sun Records, a stone from industrialist John D. Rockefeller’s gravesite, a painting of Luke Skywalker shunning the dark side and a spreadsheet showing that 649 gallons of Coca-Cola…