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Turn It UpAlan Jackson: During an era of Nashville gimmickry, Jackson remains a traditionalist linked more to Hank than Garth. With his plainspoken twang and his easy way with everything from a ballad to a rollicking two-step, he has earned two decadesâ......
The New York TimesWhy do some men and women cheat on their partners while others resist the temptation? To find the answer, a growing body of research is focusing on the science of commitment. Scientists are studying everything from the biological factors that seem to...
Turn It UpMalcolm McLaren, who died Thursday at 64, was best known as the manager of the magnificent failure that was the Sex Pistols, a band that made only one album in its brief lifetime that happened to change the world, and......
Zap2It.comTom Snyder, whose unique late-night television interviews from "The Tomorrow Show" ranged from hard-hitting to drunken chaos, has died at the age of 71. The talk show host died in San Francisco on Sunday, July 29 after a struggle with chronic lymphocytic...
Between an ugly feud among Blondie members spilling over onstage and a rancorous letter from the absent Sex Pistols, the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class did not enter quietly on Monday. The animosity even made Ozzy Osbourne, inducted with Black...
AP Fashion WriterThe common thread throughout "AngloMania," the new fashion exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, isn't tartan plaid, Savile Row suits or even punk-style slashed T-shirts, though they're all adequately represented. The star of this exhibit is...
Times Film CriticEveryone has their favorite Morty Fineman film. When you write and direct 427 features, there's a lot to choose from. Who can forget "Twelve Angry Men and a Baby," not to mention "Chicks With Hicks," "Cage Full of Waitresses," "King Kong Christmas" and...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday April 14, 2000 Though the group lasted only 26 months, produced but a single record album and broke up more than two decades ago, the Sex Pistols continue to fascinate. Maybe they're just a blip on the rock 'n' roll/popular culture landscape,...
Tribune Rock CriticThe Blue Meanies, a Molotov cocktail of sound and motion, stomped, shimmied and rattled the floorboards at Metro one last time Thursday, and then, presumably, called it quits. "You're witnessing history tonight," said singer Billy Spunke, midway through...
Special to the TribuneRumors of the demise of the artist formerly known as Puff Daddy have been greatly exaggerated. No, the tabloid-friendly rap superstar Sean "P. Diddy" Combs waltzed into a passionless concert by pop station B96 at Allstate Arena Saturday and proceeded to...
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Sometimes a movie should stick to a single key or a single shtick. Director/co-writer Stephen Kessler's "The Independent," which pretends to tell the story of fictitious Morty Fineman (Jerry Stiller), an insanely prolific indie schlock producer and...
In the early '80s, playing in a punk band was the ultimate act of adolescent defiance, a stiff middle finger flicked in the direction of school, parents, jocks, and the straight-and-narrow. Often, a price was exacted--even just looking like a punk...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Avril Lavigne, Teen-agers, Genres, Ted Nugent
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