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It's the one that starts with W.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, August 11, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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FUNKADELIC: "I Got a Thing" on Upbeat in 1970.

FLOCK OF DIMES plays a Tiny Desk Concert form home.

BIG THIEF shares "Little Things" and "Sparrow."

ANGEL OLSEN & SHARON VAN ETTEN play Kimmel unplugged.

 

MITCH EASTER: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

WOLF ALICE: Taking Success In Stride.

JASON ISBELL: "I’m just a rock singer in a rock band."

64 ESSENTIAL SKA ALBUMS, from 1964 to Now.

 

ALEC BALDWIN is the guy who is mad that NY Gov. Cuomo resigned.

RACHEL UCHITEL: For more than a decade, a sweeping nondisclosure agreement with Tiger Woods, brokered by Gloria Allred, has ruled her life. Now she’s ready to rip it up.

BEYONCE covers Harper's Bazaar.

HALLE BERRY talks about her directorial debut.

CHRISTINA RICCI announces she's pregnant, immediately on the heels of her finishing up a nasty divorce.

JAMES GUNN's Unexpected Rise to Mainstream Glory.

THE COEN BROTHER: If Ethan is done making movies with his brother Joel, what might that mean for future projects from each?

 

A GOLDEN RETRIEVER beats the heat, unexpectedly.

A WALRUS relaxes on a boat after sinking one boat and damaging a number of others.

GATOR ON THE LAM near Pittsburgh.

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It's always something. In this case, it's Tuesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, August 10, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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TOM JONES sung "It's Not Unusual" and "If He Should Ever Leave You" on Canadian Idol, which opened with some great archival footage.

TRAFFIC & STEVE WINWOOD get over three hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats with guest Randy Barnett.

LEON BRIDGES visits with World Cafe.

THE RONNIE WOOD BAND has two Jimmy Reed covers for you.

LOW shares "Days Like These."

"WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE," in the style of The Smiths.

 

R.E.M.: Michael Stipe Wants to Make Mistakes.

FLEETWOOD MAC's Christine McVie, who wrote iconic hits such as ‘Little Lies’ and ‘Don’t Stop’, has become the latest artist to sell her back catalog of hits to Hipgnosis.

TEENAGE FANCLUB: "We've always resisted becoming a heritage band."

ADELE is reportedly set to join those who have undertaken their own residencies in Las Vegas.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Paula Abdul's deeply silly, deeply horny dance-pop jam "Cold Hearted."

 

WARNER BROS.has agreed with AMC THEATERS to return to an exclusive, 45-day theatrical window in 2022.

THE SUICIDE SQUAD: Why James Gunn Doesn't Care About Streaming.

MARVEL & DC: As the comics giants make billions from their storylines and characters, writers and artists are speaking out about their struggles for fair payment.

BRITNEY SPEARS lost bid her bid to immediately boot her dad from her conservatorship.

R. KELLY:  After several delays, the first phase of the sex trafficking trial of the R & B hitmaker started Monday with jury selection in New York City.

PRINCE ANDREW is being sued by an alleged victim of deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON comes out in favor of bathing.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE: Apple and Netflix are among the deep-pocketed steaming services willing to shell out big money to land her next Oscar-baity film.

DEV PATEL: From Slumdog Millionaire's quick-witted hero to a medieval warrior in The Green Knight, he has always sought to be an everyman.

JOHNNY DEPP will receive a Donostia Award at this year’s San Sebastian film festival.

JULIE BOWEN came to the rescue of a hiker who fainted and fractured her nose at Utah’s Arches National Park.

JANE WITHERS, the former child actor who went on to star in a series of B movies that made her a box-office champion and played Josephine the Plumber” in TV commercials during the 1960s and ’70s, has died, her daughter said. She was 95.

 

A MASSIVE BULL MOOSE charges at a Colorado hiker in a scary POV video.

MIKE THE TIGER gets vaccinated in Louisiana.

THIS WORLD-RECORD CARP wasn't caught with a rod and reel.

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A busy weekend, leading to Monday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, August 09, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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PILOT works their "Magic" on TOTP.

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Foxing, Kississippi, Laura Stevenson, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Sonny & the Sunsets, TySegall, The Umbrellas, and more.

STRAND OF OAKS shares “Jimi & Stan.”

AIMEE MANN shares "Suicide is Murder."

 

THE FOO FIGHTERS troll the Westboro Baptist Church.

JESSICA SPRINGSTEEN, Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa's daughter, helped her squad nab silver in the team jumping final at Equestrian Park at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Saturday.

DENNIS "DEE TEE" THOMAS, a co-founder of soul-funk outfit Kool & the Gang, died on Saturday, his reps confirmed to Variety. He was 70.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Richard Marx's crowning achievement, the adult-contempo mega-ballad "Right Here Waiting."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: The Suicide Squad tops the chart with 26.5MM, which is the best R-rated debut of the pandemic, but overall a lackluster result that has been blamed on COVID, the simultaneous HBO Max release, and the fact that it's a sequel to a bad movie.  Jungle Cruise placed with 15.7MM on a (better-than-expected) 55 percent drop.  Old showed with 4.1MM on a 40 percent drop.  Below the fold, The Green Knight took a 62 percent plunge due to competition from The Suicide Squad and people finding out it was a more deeplweird film than, say, Excalibur.

BRITNEY SPEARS' conservator disputes claims (by the singer's father) that she said Britney is “mentally sick” and wanted to place her under a 5150 psychiatric hold.

MARKIE POST, best known for her roles in TV's "Night Court" and "Scrubs" and the film "There's Something About Mary," died Saturday following a years-long battle with cancer. She was 70.

MATT DAMON, explaining seismic changes in movies with a mouth full of hot wings.

JAKE GYLLENHALL: The latest celeb to find bathing unnecessary.

HOLLYWOOD continues to flow into Austin.

THE TOMORROW WAR & LUCA are now the first and third most popular streaming debuts.

ONE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: The novel may change your view of Cliff Booth.

 

SCIENTISTS watching videos of birds stealing tufts of hair from living mammals, including humans, have dubbed the phenomenon "kleptorichy."

FIONA THE HIPPO, having watermelon, as she does.

A BUFFALO, slowing traffic in Yellowstone.

A SEA TURTLE returns to the ocean after months of rehab.

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John Hughes, and Friday things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, August 06, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with JOHN HUGHES! The sportos, motorheads, geeks, sluts, buds, wasteoids, dweebies and dickheads, they all adore him. They think he's a righteous dude. The writer/director behind Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Weird Science, National Lampoon's Vacation movies, Home Alone, Planes, Trains & Automobiles and many more died Aug 6, 2009.  Hughes masterfully married music to movies, so I pay video tribute to him today, starting (of course) with "Don't You Forget About Me" by Simple Minds from The Breakfast Club (the drumming o­n this song is impeccable), and Karla DeVito's "We Are Not Alone," along with the Ramones playing "Blitzkrieg Bop" (from National Lampoon's Vacation), David Bowie's "Young Americans" and The Vapors o­ne-hit wonder, "Turning Japanese" and Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell" (all from Sixteen Candles, which opens to a clip of veteran WLS DJs Larry Lujack and Tommy Edwards), Van Halen's cover of "(Oh) Pretty Woman" and General Public's "Tenderness" (both from Weird Science), the Psychedelic Furs re-recorded title track from Pretty In Pink, which also featured Jon Cryer lip-synching to Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness" (that last clip is a blistering live take from the 1967 Stax tour -- and excellent, btw), The Smiths' "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want" (a Hughes perennial; here, the Dream Academy cover from FBDO), and OMD's "If You Leave," plus two more from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, "Danke Schoen" and "Twist and Shout" (which was shot o­n Dearborn and Randolph Streets in Chicago, with International Polka Queen Vlasta atop the float, though Cameron and Sloane were in front of the Post Office down the street), plus Yello's unforgettable-no-matter-how-you-try "Oh, Yeah." Videos are scarce for Some Kind of Wonderful, but I found Flesh for Lulu's "I Go Crazy" and the March Violets' take on the Stones' "Miss Amanda Jones."  BONUS: Molly Ringwald's post-MeToo re-evaluation of the films that made her career.

HALF WAIF plays KEXP.

YOLA virtually visits The Current.

KACEY MUSGRAVES previewed new songs on a podcast.

NATION OF LANGUAGE shares “This Fractured Mind.”

BIG RED MACHINE (ft Justin Vernon and Ilsey) shares "Mimi."

DAMON & NAOMI share “The Aftertime.”

 

THE BEATLES: Revisiting Revolver, 55 years later.

PHOEBE BRIDGERS, playing with the Killers and... Taylor Swift?

JEFF TWEEDY has launched a newsletter which will include unreleased demos.

GUN CLUB's Mother Juno: One of America's Great Unsung Punk Albums.

I WANT MY MTV: A Deep Dive Into the Early Years.

 

BRITNEY SPEARS seeks the immediate suspension of her father from her conservatorship.

SOUTH PARK's Trey Parker and Matt Stone signed a new deal with ViacomCBS Inc. that will pay them more than 900MM over the next six years, one of the richest deals in TV history.

WHY DOESN'T THE ROCK Get to Make Out More Onscreen?

OVERLOOK, the series inspired by Stephen King’s The Shining, will not be moving forward with HBO Max.

STEVE MARTIN, on the banjo.

KATE BOSWORTH and director Michael Polish have announced that they are separating after nearly 8 years of marriage.

RYAN REYNOLDS pitched Disney on a Deadpool-Bambi crossover.

COBRA KAI has a Season 4 teaser online.

THE HUNGER GAMES: A prequel is headed into production next year.

QUENTIN TARANTINO revealed how he'd create a guaranteed "good movie" audiences will enjoy, and it involves casting Adam Driver as Rambo.

NU-METAL & TWILIGHT: The True Outsider Art.

 

A DOG and his shadow.

A BLUE-FOOTED BOOBY, made for walking.

HOW DO POISONOUS ANIMALS keep from poisoning themselves?

A POD OF DOLPHINS, off the coast of Sydney's Bronte Beach.

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Like Thursday following Wednesday, it's Thursday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, August 05, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

FATBOY SLIM: When your "Weapon of Choice" is Walken.

DINOSAUR JR plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

PACHYMAN, the one-man dub reggae project of Pachy Garcia,covers Scientist for a Lagniappe Session.

TOM MORELLO, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & EDDIE VEDDER cover AC/DC's "Highway To Hell."

CHARLIE WATTS is likely sitting out the Rolling Stones' US tour.

SPECIALTY RECORDS: NME looks at the label that gave us Little Richard.

FOXING is profiled at Bandcamp.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Prince's bizarre, stitched-together marketing tool "Batdance."

 

RHIANNA is a billionaire. And it's not from performing.

MEGXIT: Emmy Award bosses are reportedly trying to get Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to make their Hollywood debut at next month’s ceremony — and even present an award.

DR. DRE's daughter claims she's homeless.

VAL KILMER's kids update his health condition.

JAMES GUNN on MARTIN SCORSESE on Comic Book movies.

CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG: Pulled From the Toronto Film Festival.

WHY MATT. DAMON. can't be canceled.

KEN BURNS responds to criticisms around him telling stories about BIPOC subjects as a white filmmaker.

JEOPARDY: After all of those guest hosts, Alex Trebek's successor is probably an executive producer of the show.

ANNETTE: A musical ft. Adam driver, Marion Cotillard, and the music of Sparks has a trailer online.

MIAMI VICE had a dizzying array of guest stars.

 

MONARCH BUTTERFLIES, Migrating.

A PUPPER and a camel.

IT LOOKS LIKE A FLAMINGO. It's not a flamingo.

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