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Who knows where the time goes?   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, May 04, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE TEMPTATIONS gallop through "I Can't Get Next to You" live on TOTP.

THE SERATONES, Live at Rockwood Music Hall.

MODERN NATURE covers “Stormy Weather” and Billie Holiday for a Lagniappe Session.

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS share "Every Single Storied Flameout" and cover Tina Turner's "What's Love Got To Do With It."

THE AFGHAN WHIGS share "The Getaway."

BELLE & SEBASTIAN: Stuart Murdoch and Chris Geddes, on reconnecting with the city that made them.

GRAHAM NASH, on his long history as musician, collaborating with everyone from David Gilmour to, somehow, the cast of Trailer Park Boys.

ROD STEWART, tending bar.

JUDY HENSKE, '60s folk icon who released the oft-covered and influential "High Flying Bird" in 1963, has died at 85.


WEIRD: THE AL YANKOVIC STORY has a trailer online.

AMBER HEARD suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, a clinical and forensic psychologist told a Virginia jury in Johnny Depp’sdefamation trial.

VAMPIRES warn Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox about drinking blood.

DOCTOR STRANGE 2: The early verdict is... it's a Sam Raimi movie.

TOM CRUISE once claimed that making a Top Gun sequel would be "irresponsible."

JOHN WATERS shares an excerpt from his novel.

DAVID BIRNEY, a classically trained theater actor who found success on the stage, including on Broadway, but who was best known for his role in “Bridget Loves Bernie” — a short-lived sitcom about an interfaith marriage in which he starred opposite his future wife, Meredith Baxter — died on Friday at his home in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 83.


KITTENS & PUPPIES, meeting each other...

A DOG, entertaining a baby.

A WILD FOX broke into the National Zoo and killed 25 flamingos.  And a duck.

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One of those weeks when I ask "Is it Tuesday?"   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, May 03, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE BONGOS: "Numbers With Wings" was nominated for Best Direction at the first MTV Video Awards.

THEE SINSEERS play a Tiny Desk Concert.

MAGDELENA BAY plays World Cafe.

LANA DEL REY made a surprise appearance at the Stagecoach festival.

SPOON Gets Sidelined in New York.

BARTEES STRANGE wanted to be an NFL star, then a political powerhouse, now a genre-busting rock star.

NAOMI JUDD reportedly took her own life.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Puff Daddy & Mase's "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down," the flashy hit that kicked off a whole new dominant rap era.


SAM RAIMI talks Dr. Strange, Spider-Men, the Evil Dead franchise, and more.

FAST X: How Justin Lin reached his breaking point as director. Louis Leterrier (“The Incredible Hulk,” the first two “Transporter” films) is set to take over.

DON'T WORRY DARLING, ft Harry Styles and Florence Pugh, has a trailer online.

AMBER HEARD ditched crisis PR firm Precision Strategies after getting frustrated with the press she’s received since her bombshell defamation trial kicked off last month, sources said.

JENNIFER GREY says JOHNNY DEPP was "crazy jealous and paranoid" during their relationship.

SONY refused China's demand to delete the Statue of Liberty from Spider-Man: No Way Home.

THE LOSER CANON: Why We Need More Movies About Bums, Deadbeats, Drifters and Barflies.


A TURKEY terrorizing DC crossed state lines into Maryland and is eluding five agencies from as many jurisdictions.


A DOGGO with a skateboard on stairs.

A DOGGO makes the play at home.

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Naomi Judd and Neal Adams, RIP   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, May 02, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE KINKS are "The Village Green Preservation Society." God bless 'em.

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Girlpool, Toro Y Moi, Tomberlin, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Melody's Echo Chamber, Kelly Lee Owens, Julie Doiron,and more.

TEGAN & SARA return with "F***ing Up What Matters."

NAOMI JUDD, who as one half of the mother-daughter duo the Judds dominated the country music charts in the 1980s with a blend of tight vocal harmonies, traditional arrangements and modern pop aesthetics, died on Saturday outside Nashville. She was 76.

WILCO: John Sirratt talks about Yankee Hotel Foxtrot at 20, and the return of the Solid Sound festival.

CLASSIC SKA, surveyed at Bandcamp.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at the Spice Girls' manifesto, "Wannabe."


NEW RELEASES:  The Bad Guys repeats atop the chart with 16.1MM on a 33 percent drop that could be leggy.  Sonic the Hedgehog 2 placed with 11.35MM on a leggy 27 percent drop.  And Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore showed with an estimated 8.3MM on a 41 percent drop, which is such a comedown for the franchise.  Below the fold, Everything Everywhere All at Once took the fifth spot with 5.5MM, ticking up 2 percent and possibly on the path to beating Uncut Gems as A24's top grosser.  The weekend had the feeling of a pause before Dr. Strange and the Scarlet With come flying in this week.

NEAL ADAMS, the legendary comic book artist who reinvigorated Batman and other superheroes with his photorealistic stylings and championed the rights of creators, has died. He was 80.  Here are some of his greatest Batman covers.

BILL MURRAY has spoken for the first time about his role in the production suspension of the film Being Mortal after a complaint was lodged against him.

ANA DE ARMAS has officially agreed to star in the John Wick spinoff movie, Ballerina.

THAT 70s SHOW stars are returning for That 90s Show.

JENNIFER GREY will return for a Dirty Dancing sequel.

DAN ACKROYD & DONNA DIXON separate after 39 years together.

THE GREATEST CHARACTERS to come out of sequels?

DOG DAY AFTERNOON: The bungled bank robbery that inspired the film.


THEY'RE ALL GOOD DOGS, and It Has Nothing to Do With Their Breed.

STARTED OUT AS A FISH. How Did It End Up Like This?

DAY OF THE DOLPHIN: Russia is now using trained military dolphins to protect its ports in Crimea.

A CHIPMUNK tastes almonds for the first time.

THERE ARE Two Types of Dogs.

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Squeeze, and the tail.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 29, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with SQUEEZE!  Despite a new LP, some of you whippersnappers may never heard of Difford, Tilbrook & Co., who previously reeled of stellar string of pop gems, including "Take Me I'm Yours", "Cool for Cats", "Up the Junction", "Goodbye Girl,"  "Another Nail in My Heart", "Pulling Mussels (From the Shell)", "If I Didn't Love You", and the one most people know -- even if they don't know it's Squeeze -- "Tempted", which features transient member Paul Carrack on vox and keys.  Fun fact: Carrack was also responsible for the classic, "How Long" as a member of Ace.

CHRISTONE "KINGFISH" INGRAM, Live at Rockwood Music Hall.

ERIN RAE covers The Youngbloods, Curtis Mayfield, and more for a Lagniappe Session.

WILCO shares "Falling Apart" head of a neraly all-live double-LP, Cruel Country.

FONTAINES DC play "Nabokov" for Seth Meyers.

METRIC returns with "All Comes Crashing."

BRYAN FERRY, on his favorite Newcastle boozers, the influential mentors who shaped his thinking, and the temptation to overproduce everything.

BEASTIE BOYS: Why Check Your Head matters at 30.

WARPAINT: Through Thick and Thin.

OZZY OSBOURNE is looking to host two families of Ukrainian refugees at his Buckinghamshire estate, according to his wife Sharon. Also, he has COVID.


JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION has a trailer online.

AMBER HEARD will take the stand next week as the first witness for her defense in the defamation trial instigated by Johnny Depp.

BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH confirmed to Sky News that he will house a family of Ukrainian refugees at his home in the United Kingdom.

AMANDA BYNES and her fiancee had a day of drama.

ALAN CUMMING is offering 10K for information on a missing chimpazee who starred with him and Rene Russo in the 1997 family comedy “Buddy.”

THE ENGLISH PATIENT co-stars Juliette Binoche and Ralph Fiennes will reunite in Uberto Pasolini’s “The Return,” a gritty retelling of Odysseus’ return home from war.

JAMES CORDEN is leaving “The Late Late Show” next year.  Is it the end of late night?

THE END of Ozark.


A SQUIRREL, playing with a ball.

A DOGGO, running on water.

A SCHOOL of Rays.

A BABY GORILLA gets some cuddles and a hug from dad.

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Not quite at the dinosaur's tail.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 28, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE ROLLING STONES made their second US TV appearance on The Mike Douglas Show, covering Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away."

JOSE GONZALEZ visits World Cafe.


MICHAEL STIPE on losing his religion and changing his lyrics.

JENS LEKMAN on revamping and re-releasing two albums.

PINK MOUNTAINTOPS: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Toni Braxton's grand howler "Un-Break My Heart."


HENRY WINKLER: Now in his 70s, the pop culture icon has found his true calling on "Barry," as the king of character actors.

OLIVIA WILDE received a mystery envelope at CinemaCon.

ANDREW GARFIELD is taking a break from acting.

MARGOT ROBBIE: Your first look at Barbie.

MICHELLE PFEIFFER is done second-guessing herself.

WARNER BROS. apologizes to theaters for its day-and-date releases.

THEATER OWNERS are open to playing Netflix movies should the streamer want to monetize its original films.

THE 1990s: The last golden age of culture?


A MAMA DOG chases a truck carrrying her babies.

A DOGGO found a friend.

THE FALCON CAM becomes a horror movie.

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