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Just another turbulent Tuesday (whoa-whoa)   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, May 04, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


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

GRACE POTTER plays World Cafe.

THE BLACK KEYS cover R. L. Burnside's “Going Down South.”

STURGILL SIMPSON covers John Prine's "Paradise."

LUCINDA WILLIAMS had a stroke last year, but is ready to sing again.

BAD BRAINS: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

THE MAKING OF FAKE BANDS, and their real fan bases.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine's first chart-topper, the gloopy ballad "Anything For You."


MARVEL STUDIOS shared a long list of release dates for the projects it has coming out in the next two years. There's a brief glimpse of The Eternals in the hype reel too.

BILL & MELINDA GATESS are getting divorced.

MEGXIT: Harry gave an impassioned speech at a VAX Live concert.

BRITNEY SPEARS weighed in on the recent documentaries about her life in a lengthy Instagram post Monday.


LILY JAMES, on her role in the BBC's new Nancy Mitford adaptation, the joy of female friendship, and preparing to play Baywatch star Pamela Anderson.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Zack Snyder shared a photo of  Wayne T. Carr as Green Lantern Corps' John Stewart, who was left out of the mini-series at DC's diktat.

THE SPICE GIRLS are eyeing up a comeback on the big screen.

THE TOP 10 KATE WINSLET performances, ranked.

BEN AFFLECK was on a dating app, but was not believed.

BILLIE HAYES, whose portrayed the flamboyantly and comically wicked witch Witchiepoo on the 1969-70 Saturday morning live-action children's classic H.R. Pufnstuf, died of natural causes April 29 at Cedar's Hospital in Los Angeles.


A BERNESE MOUNTAIN PUP joins Ireland's President for a live TV interview.

A ONE-POUND PUP and his Great Dane sister.

A LEOPARD MOM, taking her litter back to the forest.

A NEW SPECIES of poisonous, glowing 'pumpkin' toadlet is discovered.

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Seems like it was Monday just last week.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, May 03, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


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

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Matt Sweeney and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Manchester Orchestra, Crumb, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Guided by Voices, Teenage Fanclub, Luke Haines, and more.

RILO KILEY & JENNY LEWIS get three hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats with guest Helaine Olen of the Washington Post. Episode should drop this morning.

DAVE MATTHEWS: Crash at 25, with a funny story about Steve Lilywhite.

MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA: Andy Hull and Robert McDowell talk to Stereogum about grief, faith, and their fiercely beloved band's experimental new album.

JOHN HINCH, the former Judas Priest drummer who played on the band's debut album, ‘Rocka Rolla', has died aged 73.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Terence Trent D'Arby's brooding, pan-genre heater "Wishing Well."


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Demon Slayer tops the chart with 6.4MM on a 70 percent drop, while Mortal Kombat slides to second with 6.2MM on a 73 perent drop, and Godzilla vs Kong shows with 2.7MM.  was news of people going back to the movies premature?  Is streaming cannibalizing theaters?  Are the top two genre pictures unlikely to have legs in the first plave (esp once the reviews for Mortal Kombat rolled in)?

JOHN SWARTZWELDER, Sage of "The Simpsons."

MARILYN MANSON has been sued by Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco, who claims in a bombshell lawsuit that the musician raped her in May of 2011, and physically abused her over the course of their relationship.

BENNIFER... together again?

BILLIE EILISH gets a splashy profile in British Vogue.

SARAH PAULSON faces backlash for acting in a fat suit.

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Elder Statesman of the Golden State.

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE turns 6, looks like young QEII.


OLYMPIA DUKAKIS, the self-assured, raspy-voiced actress who often played world-weary and worldly wise characters, and who won an Academy Award for her role as just such a woman in “Moonstruck,” died on Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 89.


LIONESS vs LEOPARD, fighting over a kill.

LOOK AT ME, this is my house now.

A PUPPER breaks down under interrogation.

BUFFY THE LAB detects visitors with the coronavirus at Doctor's Hospital of Sarasota.

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Squeeze, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, April 30, 2021 - 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.

SUFJAN STEVENS streams Celebrations.

LAKE STREET DIVE plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

FRED NEIL: 38 MacDougal.

THE FLAMING LIPS cover Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay."

GUIDED BY VOICES: Robert Pollard talks to the Grammys about recording Earth Man Blues.

RICKIE LEE JONES shares the soundtrack of her youth.

DANZIG talks Misfits, cancel culture, and more.


LADY GAGA: The woman who returned her stolen French bulldogs was among five people arrested in connection with the theft and shooting of the music superstar’s dog walker.

HARRISON FORD reacts to a magic trick.

MEGXIT: Prince Harry and Meghan congratulate Prince William and Kate on milestone wedding anniversary. Prince Charles is still fuming over that interview.

NOEL CLARKE is accused of groping, harassment and bullying by 20 women.

TOM CRUISE launches a furious rant on the M:I set.

THE BOYS: Season 3 will be three times bloodier than Season 2.

FAST FIVE: How the street racers became superheroes.


LONG BOI: The tallest mallard duck to have ever lived (since records began).

RUFUS likes a hosing.

SMALL PUP, BIG BED, and vice versa.

THE WALK of Pride.

A GOOD GIRL rescues a kitten.

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Whooshing into the Thursday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, April 29, 2021 - 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."

REMEMBERING Adam Schlessinger.

SON LUX plays a Tiny Desk Concert.



TEENAGE FANCLUB: The Genius Of... Bandwagonesque.

MARIANNE FAITHFULL's near-fatal battle with coronavirus may have robbed her of the ability to sing.

FLORENCE WELCH, frontwoman of Florence + the Machine, is to write music and lyrics for an adaptation of The Great Gatsby to be staged on Broadway.

ANITA LANE, who cowrote songs for Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds and The Birthday Party, has died at 61.

THE NUMBER ONES looks as Whitney Houston's schmaltzy ballad "Where Do Broken Hearts Go," which broke a chart record and led to a career pivot for Houston.


J-LO & A-ROD are trying to figure out how to stay friends.

LUCA -- the latest from Pixar and Disney -- has a trailer online.

THE TOMORROW WAR, starring Chris Pratt, has a trailer online.

MARTIN SCORSESE made his debut on TikTok alongside his daughter Francesca.

CHLOE ZHAO talks about winning the Oscar and directing a Marvel movie.

JOHN MAYER is nearing a deal with Paramount Plus to host a talk and performance series based on the format of the BBC’s long-running “Later with Jools Holland.”

REESE WITHERSPOON discusses why the media treated her differently from Britney Spears.

ANNA TAYLOR-JOY is profiled by Elle.

EWAN McGREGOR talks Obi-Wan and Halston.

MICHAEL COLLINS, who piloted the Apollo 11 spacecraft Columbia in orbit 60 miles above the moon while his crewmates, Neil Armstrong and Col. Buzz Aldrin, became the first men to walk on the lunar surface, died on Wednesday at a hospice facility in Naples, Fla. He was 90.


HELPING FIVE DUCKLINGS was easier than number six.


BOBCATS are moving in on Pennsylvania.

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The sand goes pit-pat in the glass.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE MEMBERS: "Working Girl," from the "Where Are They Now?" file.

MIDDLE KIDS play The Current.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features Manchester Orchestra, Faye Webster, and more.

SPLIT SINGLE (ft Jason Narducy) shares “(Nothing You Can Do To) End This Love.”

TEENAGE FANCLUB: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview.

STEVE CROPPER taks to Paste about about The Blues Brothers, his days at Stax and his new LP.

LANA DEL REY announces a third LP for 2021.

NEIL YOUNG gives a massive update on his archival releases.


BRITNEY SPEARS will speak to the probate court in June regarding her long-standing legal conservatorship after years of silence. Spears' dad Jamie's lawyers are hitting back at her mother Lynne in new court papers.

HAS HOWARD STERN lost his mojo?

CAN MATTHEW McCONNAUGHEY get people back into theaters?

TOM CRUISE saved ELISABETH SHUE's life during the production of Cocktail.

CITIZEN KANE lost its perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes, making 'Paddington 2' the new greatest film of all-time. I mean, it may be Hugh Grant's finest role but c'mon.



ROYAL FLYCATCHERS, male and female.


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