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Members of the L.A. quartet Dawes have been performing for paying audiences since they were teenagers, so there was no reason John Fogerty could see to go easy on them. "Let's do it one more time," said the veteran roots rocker, standing onstage in...
Tags: Common, Music Industry, David Letterman, Entertainment, Music
Over the last few years, as ratings for cable networks like AMC and TLC have surged, their brand identities have shifted just as dramatically. History, the channel that five years ago was known for its dusty old World War II documentaries, is now better...
As "New Girl" fans eye next week's season finale and its surprising Taylor Swift-ness, one of the show's stars is preparing to turn his attention elsewhere: to the movies. Jake Johnson, who plays the slacker-y Nick Miller opposite Zooey Deschanel's...
With the theatrical release of a documentary feature on indie-rock cult group Big Star looming for July 3, the 22-track soundtrack album will be released a week earlier on June 25 with previously unissued versions of the group’s cornerstone songs....
Patrick Stump can't recall which friend of his said it, or where exactly it happened. But when the frontman of Fall Out Boy was told nearly a decade ago — "probably in somebody's basement somewhere" — that his then-scrappy rock band sounded...
This is what it sounds like when Prince plays a club: BANG$%CRUNCH#@WHEEDLE&$YOWL!!! The Purple One touched down in Orange County on Tuesday night for the first of four shows at the City National Grove of Anaheim, part of a brief tour of tiny-for-him...
CNN Films is stepping up its acquisition efforts. One week after landing the television rights to the Penny Lane documentary “Our Nixon,” the network has acquired domestic television broadcast rights to the Sundance film selection “...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Good grief, Charlie Brown! The "Peanuts" character and his pals are joining the social network Path. The San Francisco start-up has struck its first brand partnership with the "Peanuts" gang, still one of the most powerful brands in...
Tags: Culture, Social Media, Arts and Culture, Apple iPhone, Japan
As we inch closer to May, the drumbeat of fan anticipation is growing ever louder for the much hailed return of "Arrested Development." And on Thursday, fans got their first-ever peek at the new season with a clip featuring Buster (Tony Hale) and...
Leap Motion is delaying the release of its 3-D gesture-recognition controller to July 22 to give the company more time for testing. “As a company, in good conscience, we couldn’t sacrifice the testing process," Chief Executive Michael...
Richard Nixon is hot again. Fresh on the heels of Discovery Channel's critically acclaimed documentary "All the Presidents Men Revisited," about the scandal that brought down President Nixon and the movie it inspired, CNN Films and Cinedigm have...
Boston-based musician Amanda Palmer has generated an outpouring of responses to her posting over the weekend “A Poem for Dzhokhar,” in reference to Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. It’s a 35-line series of statements,...
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