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  • Jessie Ware heats up Miguel's 'Adorn'

    Jessie Ware heats up Miguel's 'Adorn'
    It’s been impossible to escape Miguel’s R&B gem “Adorn” -- not that we've dared tried to. Miguel’s self-produced slow burner, with its subdued electro groove and his swoon-worthy emotive croons, was a sleeper surprise and...
  • 'The Lone Ranger': Johnny Depp's Tonto proves divisive

    'The Lone Ranger': Johnny Depp's Tonto proves divisive
    In 1969, Jay Silverheels, the Mohawk Indian actor who played Tonto in the hit 1950s TV show "The Lone Ranger," appeared in character on "The Tonight Show," where Johnny Carson conducted a mock job interview. "Worked 30 years as faithful sidekick for...
  • Experience London's Proms from the American side of the pond

    Experience London's Proms from the American side of the pond
    This post has been corrected. See below for details. The Proms in London is the biggest event in all musicdom. It is advertised as the world’s largest music festival, which it is. The first concert is Friday, and it runs nightly (with two programs...
  • The ugly rehabilitation of George Zimmerman has begun

    The ugly rehabilitation of George Zimmerman has begun
    The rehabilitation of George Zimmerman has begun. Robert Zimmerman Jr., George Zimmerman’s older brother, has launched a one-man PR effort, showing up all over CNN, on NPR, even finding time for Breitbart, to extol his brother’s essential...
  • NPR seeks to reduce staff by 10%, names Paul Haaga Jr. acting CEO

    NPR seeks to reduce staff by 10%, names Paul Haaga Jr. acting CEO
    Facing a deficit, NPR is reducing staff.  The public radio institution said Friday that it is introducing a voluntary buyout plan to its employees to reduce its workforce by about 10% as part of a two-year plan to balance its budget.  The organization...
  • Zimmerman verdict: Protests in Oakland turn violent

    Oakland police declared an unlawful demonstration late Monday after protesters denouncing the George Zimmerman verdict vandalized a Men's Wearhouse store and set fires in garbage cans in the downtown area, according to local media. According to tweets...
  • Zimmerman protests in Oakland turn violent; waiter struck in face

    Zimmerman protests in Oakland turn violent; waiter struck in face
    A wave of violence swept through Oakland on Monday night as demonstrators angry with the not-guilty verdict of George Zimmerman shattered windows, lit fires and threw fireworks, bottles and rocks at police.  A waiter was struck in the head by a hammer...
  • Sirius XM Radio launching rebranded progressive talk channel

    Sirius XM Radio launching rebranded progressive talk channel
    Satellite radio company Sirius XM Radio Inc. is launching a rebranded political talk channel for left-leaning audiences next week called "SiriusXM Progress." The channel, formerly known as "SiriusXM Left," will debut Monday and feature an afternoon...
  • Zimmerman verdict: Oakland comes together to end violent protests

    Zimmerman verdict: Oakland comes together to end violent protests
    OAKLAND – Workers at downtown businesses and nonprofit organizations here were busy sweeping up glass Tuesday after a third night of violent protests over the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin. Among those affected by...
  • N-word war: Rush Limbaugh rips Rachel Jeantel, CNN, Piers Morgan

    N-word war: Rush Limbaugh rips Rachel Jeantel, CNN, Piers Morgan
    The summer of bigotry debate rolls on, with Rush Limbaugh now attacking Rachel Jeantel and CNN for her analysis of the N-word Monday night. The conservative radio host ripped Jeantel and CNN for her sit-down with network host Piers Morgan. Jeantel was a...
  • Zimmerman protests: Oakland residents stand up against violence

    Zimmerman protests: Oakland residents stand up against violence
    OAKLAND — Business owners and staff members at downtown nonprofits here have spent the past several mornings sweeping up broken glass — a reminder of the destructive protests over George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the death of Trayvon...