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Laura Marling, Skyway Man, Strand of Oaks, Ride, Knife-Wieldng, Drunk Monkey   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, February 23, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


LAURA MARLING shared a video for "Next Time."

SKYWAY MAN advance streams Seen Comin’ From A Mighty Eye.

STRAND OF OAKS covers The Stone Roses, Primal Scream and Phish for a Lagniappe Session at Aquarium Drunkard.

RIDE returns with "Charm Assault" and "Home is a Feeling."

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS share "Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back To Leeds" ahead of Goths.

HA HA TONKA returns with "All With You" ahead of Heart-Shaped Mountain.

HUSKER DU covers The Beatles' "Ticket to Ride," circa 1985.

THE SONGWRITERS' HALL OF FAME 2017 inductees are announced, including Berry Gordy, Jimmy Jam & terry Lewis, and Jay-Z (the HoF's first rapper).

RYAN ADAMS, ranked by Paste.

SLY STONE: Ten Late, Great Songs.

A TINY PIPE ORGAN, powered by a balloon.

ANGELINA JOLIE: Despite reports that she is done with Hollywood, Jolie is lining up new acting and directing projects.

HARRISON FORD: There's video of his airport near-miss incident.

THE MOVIES ARE DEAD, according to Martin Scorsese and Ridley Scott.

THE DISCOVERY:  Robert redford discovers the afterlife in this trailer.

LEAH ADLER, the mother of Steven Spielberg who fostered his interest in filmmaking, died Tuesday.  She was 97.

EGYPT: Thousands mourned the 'blind sheikh' convicted in 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

IRAQ: US troops were wounded on the front lines in Mosul.

A KNIFE-WIELDING, DRUNK MONKEY hopped onto the roof of a makeshift bar in Patos, Brazil.

THE MAMMOPHANT: The woolly mammoth vanished from the Earth 4000 years ago, but now scientists say they are on the brink of resurrecting the ancient beast in a revised form, through an ambitious feat of genetic engineering. They've spared no expense.


TINY FROGS — some smaller than the average fingernail — can barely be heard making their distinct insectlike calls in marshes and under damp leaf litter in a remote rain forest in India.

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