The indie veteran and podcast pro on Tusk -- and what will finally shut him up.
Gorillaz, N.E.R.DVerizon Theatre, Grand PrairieOctober 20, 2010Better than: an evening spent watching the Cartoon Network.Roger CaldwellDamon Albarn, triumphant at last night's Verizon Theatre show. For a full slideshow from last night, click here.Shame on anyone who expected a cartoon-ish displa ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms
Dan Aykroyd was in town long enough to talk to reporters, do a little manual labor, promote the House of Blues and git. This morning at the House of Blues in Victory Park -- well, the construction site that will be the House of Blues come May -- Dan Aykroyd stopped by to, well, shovel some mud into ... More >>
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