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Today In Music News: Carl Barat Confirms Reunification, Susan Boyle Goes Batty And The Greatest Albums That Ruined Music

10 years ago by Lance Lester
Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, January 18, 2010...Carl Barat has confirmed that The Libertines will reunite next year... provided Pete Doherty isn't in jail or dead.Apparently Susan Boyle either can't handle her new found fame or she was always loony.These are 10 of the greatest albums...
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Today In Music News: Manson Summons His Inner Kenny Powers, Lou Reed Makes Boyle Cry And Marley's Daughter Gets Busted

9 years ago by Lance Lester
Your daily dose of national music news for Friday, September 10, 2010...The fact that Marilyn Manson likes to play dress up isn't a surprise. But the fact that he like to dress up like Kenny Powers from HBO's Eastbound & Down, well, that is. Wouldn't have figured him for a...
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Today In Music News: Everybody Really Hurts, Fall Out Boy Could Be Done And Black Grape Gets Back Together

10 years ago by Lance Lester
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, January 3, 2010...What's worse than a remake of "We Are The World?" A Simon Cowell-headed remake of REM's "Everybody Hurts," featuring Miley Cyrus, James Blunt and Susan Boyle. At least it's for charity...?So, Fall Out Boy may be permanently finished? What...
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News Week in Review: Robbers Catch Sentences, a D.A. Leaves Dallas, and a Cowboy Beats the Rap

3 years ago by Joe Pappalardo
We know you're busy. Here's a Friday bundle to serve as your quick political fix.   Susan Hawk Quits as Dallas County DA, Abbott to Pick ReplacementThe long-missing district attorney steps down. We have the consequences, reactions and the full text of her farewell letter. 7 Things We Found Digging...
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How Amy Schumer Became This Generation's Latest Truth-Teller

5 years ago by Inkoo Kang
During "Compliments," a first-season sketch on Inside Amy Schumer, a group of female friends respond to every bit of praise with a verbal self-maiming: "I tried to look like Kate Hudson but ended up looking like a golden retriever's dingleberry," says one. Sighs another, "Of course I see everyone when...
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Top of the Potts

11 years ago by Andrea Grimes
An unremarkable, even unattractive Britain's Got Talent contestant takes the stage. Simon Cowell licks his chops. The audience groans. Beautiful people are, as everyone knows, the only people with talent. But gosh, it's been so long--a good 15 or 20 minutes--since we last saw a train wreck, and it's getting...
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Alan Light's new book explains how Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" went from obscurity to ubiquity

7 years ago by Michael Alan Goldberg
Back in September of 2010, noted music journalist (and former editor-in-chief of SPIN and Vibe magazines) Alan Light was among 4,000 people sitting in the Jacob Javitz Center for Yom Kippur services when the Congregation Beit Simchat Torah choir took the stage to conclude the solemn proceedings with a stirring...
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At the Winspear, Mel Brooks' happy, tappy, snappy Young Frankenstein musical is electrifying.

9 years ago by Elaine Liner
As a cultural, historical icon exploited for stage and screen, Frankenstein's Monster is right up there with Jesus, Abe Lincoln and Santa Claus. You know the Monster at first glance: bolts through the neck, Cro Magnon forehead, ugly shoes. With a vocabulary limited to "fire bad!" and "friend good!," he...
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AFI Fest Releases Lineup of Films and Guest List. Oh, Look: The Guy From Office Space

13 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Yes, we're very excited David Lynch and Lauren Bacall are coming to AFI. But, c'mon, so's Ron Livingston. Yeeaaah. We just received the complete schedule for the inaugural AFI Dallas International film festival, which opens with a screening of Music Within at the Majestic Theater on March 22 and closes...
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Hide and seek

20 years ago by Thomas Korosec
Over espresso and orange juice, Dallas developer Louis Garfield Reese III huddled with several would-be business partners in a suite in Milan's four-star Excelsior Hotel. Amid sophisticated chatter about the charms of Florence and Milan, Reese ran through a series of possible real estate deals in Hawaii and Dallas, most...

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