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Broken Social Scene, Dawg Yawp, Sonic Youth, Gatorland   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 02, 2017 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN joined BRYAN ADAMS for “Cuts Like A Knife” and “Badlands” at the Invictus Games .

BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set.

DAWG YAWP plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

SONIC YOUTH:  The Fall Covers (John Peel Sessions, 1988).  Technically, "Victoria" is The Kinks.

L7 shares “Dispatch From Mar-a-Lago," their first in 17 years.

THE JAGS: "Back of My Hand," from TOTP and the "Where Are They Now?" file.

LOU REED: The Guardian excerpts the new bio from Anthony DeCurtis, and briefly interviewes him about the book.

BILLY JOEL: The Stranger turns 40; Rolling Stone takes a track-by-track tour.

PROTOMARTYR takes All Songs Considered on a track-by-track tour of the new LP.

MARILYN MANSON cut his Saturday night show at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom short after a stage prop collapsed atop the shock rocker.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The numbers may shift when estimates become actuals, but so far It topped the chart with 17.3MM, narrowly edging American Made, which placed with 17MM. That's bad news for Tom Cruise, whose recent record is spotty -- but for the overseas audience that will likely bail him out here (he made 65MM in foreign markets this weekend).  Indeed, Cruise could wind up behind Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which showed with another 17MM, albeit on a scary 56 percent drop when compared to the legs of the original.  The LEGO Ninjago Movie took the fourth slot with 14 MM on a 41 percent drop, the steepest of this franchise to date, a big problem for a franchise that makes more here than abroad so far.  The Flatliners reboot rounded out the Top Five with 6.7MM, which is less than the 10MM opening of the original back in 1990. Ouch.

SEX AND THE CITY 3 is not happening.

KRISTEN STEWART is being eyed for the Charlie's Angels reboot.

HUGH HEFNER'S WIDOW is well set, but may not inherit much.

THE PRISONER turns 50, with retrospectives from NPR, the BBC and the Telegraph.

THE VIETNAM WAR: How Ken Burns and Lynn Novick assembled an epic soundtrack.

MONTY HALL, the genial host and co-creator of Let’s Make a Deal, the game show on which contestants in outlandish costumes shriek and leap at the chance to see if they will win the big prize or the booby prize behind door No. 3, died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday. He was 96.

SPAIN: There's a riot goin' on.

GATORLAND will loan 60 alligators to a Texas park damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

A BEAR, just chillin on a couch at the dump.

BOLD EAGLES: Angry birds rip pricey drones from the sky.

THE HIGH-END HORSE MARKET has finally recovered from the financial crisis. A grateful nation sighs in relief.

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