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Talking Heads, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, March 05, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

KarlTHE WEEKEND STARTS HERE...

...with THE TALKING HEADS!  Here's the expanded band -- including axeman Adrian Belew (who certainly influenced Jon Pratt's early work in Pate) -- Live in Rome, circa 1980. Your setlist: "Psycho Killer," "Stay Hungry," "Cities," "I Zimbra," "Drugs," "Take Me To The River," "Crosseyed And Painless," "Life During Wartime," "Houses In Motion," "Born Under Punches," and "The Great Curve."

ST VINCENT shares “Pay Your Way in Pain.”

ADRIANNE LENKER plays KEXP.

OLAFUR ARNALDS plays a Tiny Desk Concert.

IGGY POP covers Donovan’s "Sunshine Superman"’ With Dr. Lonnie Smith.

BIG RED MACHINE covers Sharon Van Etten's "A Crime."

 

THE BOTTLE ROCKETS are no more.

THE HOLD STEADY talk about recording an album instead of songs.

SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES: The story of the band who band who saved punk from parody and invented goth.

ANGEL OLSEN: No One Sings Quite Like Candi Staton.

 

MEGXIT: Meghan Markle was livid after palace aides sent back designer freebies. ALSO: In Run-Up to Oprah's Interview With Harry and Meghan, Royal Accusations Fly.

ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA announced that it has voluntarily filed for bankruptcy as the coronavirus pandemic continues to have an effect on its business.

JASON SUDEIKIS "is still heartbroken" over his ex Olivia Wilde's relationship with Harry Styles and isn't living with his new girlfriend, Keeley Hazell, in London, despite online speculation.

ADELE and ex-husband Simon Konecki finalized their divorce nearly two years after they announced their decision to separate.

ANTHONY MACKIE: The Falcon is profiled at Variety.

SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY is... um, well...

MATTHEW MODINE's Teenage Obsessions.

PARAMOUNT+: Better late than never, after being first.

THE BUSINESS of Hollywood Awards Season.

 

A MAMA ELEPHANT can't wake her sleeping baby and asks the keepers for help.

A DOGGO, watching... 101 Dalmatians, I think.

THE SMART DOGGO is revealed.

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Man, it's Thursday again already.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, March 04, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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CANDIE PAYNE brings her updated Northern Soul sound on "I Wish I Could Have Loved You More."

DONOVAN WOODS plays World Cafe.

TV PRIEST plays The Current.

JAPANESE BREAKFAST shares "Be Sweet."

 

THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES return with "I Don't Believe In Anything."

DAVID CROSBY sold his music catalog to famed music executive Irving Azoff’s new venture Iconic Artists Group.

BAD BRAINS' Darryl Jenifer discusses the band's classic '80s records.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Bob Seger's 'Beverly Hills Cop II' synth-rocker "Shakedown" -- the most purely '80s song that the man ever recorded?

 

MEGXIT: Buckingham Palace said it was “very concerned” about reports in the Times newspaper on Wednesday that assistants working for Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, had been bullied by her.

CHRIS D'ELIA: The comedian is facing a new lawsuit that accuses him of violating federal child pornography and child sexual exploitation laws, including soliciting more than 100 sexually explicit photos and videos from a woman identified as “Jane Doe.”

THE SAG AWARDS will be pre-taped, including winner reveals, and be limited to just a one-hour running time.

ALEC & HILARIA BADWIN welcomed their sixth child together via surrogate, according to Page Six.

OPERATION VARSITY BLUES has a trailer online.

TOM CRUISE deepfakes go viral on TikTok.

HOW DID EVERY BUZZY FILM Become ‘The Movie We Need Right Now'?

GEORGE R.R. MARTIN's 1979 short story Sandkings is being made into a Netflix movie.

PINOCCHIO: Disney's latest live-action remake has a cast, including Tom Hanks.

REFRAMED CLASSICS: TCM is watching "problematic" films.

ALLEN v FARROW: A contrary review.

 

CATS AND DOGS, living together...

A DOG HERDING SHEEP, as seen from a drone.

A "FIRST LADY" BALD EAGLE moves in at the National Arboretum.

CUTTLEFISH have the ability to delay gratification for a better reward.

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Bunny Wailer RIP, and Catching Up with some Wednesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, March 03, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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FLAMING GROOVIES "Shake Some Action," circa 1987.

BUNNY WAILER,  the last surviving original member of the Wailers, the Jamaican trio that helped establish and popularize reggae music — its other founders were Bob Marley and Peter Tosh — died on Tuesday at a hospital in Kingston, Jamaica. He was 73.

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED covers the best of February 2021.

FIRST AID KIT covers Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne."

EVAN DANDO plays "Confetti" in the Cape Cod Walgreen's store that found his wallet.

 

JULIEN BAKER plays a full-band version of "Hardline."

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS collaborate.

ST VINCENT teases Daddy’s Home.

CASSANDRA JENKINS, on making art out of interactions with strangers and how her experiences with the late indie legend David Berman inspired her brilliant new album.

LIVE ALBUMS Are the Best Albums?

 

MEGXIT: A bombshell new report by British newspaper The Times of London -- alleging that Meghan had faced a bullying complaint from a staffer while living in London -- has been met by fury by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, whose lawyers called it a "calculated smear campaign" and blamed Buckingham Palace for "using" the paper to "peddle a wholly false narrative."

DOLLY PARTON got her first dose of the vaccine she helped fund.

ALEC BALDWIN isn't taking questions about his sixth child.

BRITNEY SPEARS' father's attorney puts his side out to CNN.

IAON GRUFFUDD filed for divorce from his actress wife Alice Evans weeks after she announced their split in a messy social media post. 

EDDIE MURPHY's top ten movies, according to NME.

BRUCE CAMPBELL, who often appears in Sam Raimi movies, may pop up in Doctor Strange 2.

 

A KANGAROO, still on the lam in Alabama.

THE 17-YEAR CICADAS are coming. As plagues go, I can think of worse.

A DOGGO who had burns from a fire is reunited with the vet that treated him.

A MAMA BEAR and her cubs, crossing the road.

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It was raining in my place last night, so just a few Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, March 02, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WALKER BROTHERS play "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)" and "Make It Easy On Yourself" for Twofer Tuesday.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND: Rare color footage.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Heart's howling, operatic power ballad "Alone."

PRINCE PHILLIP was taken from King Edward VII's Hospital to St Bartholomew's Hospital.

GAL GADOT has confirmed she's pregnant with her third child

ALEC & HILARIA BALDWIN welcomed a new addition to the family.

THE GOLDEN GLOBES ratings cratered, falling more than 50 percent. The show was a bleak, psychological thriller.

IRV CROSS,  a Pro Bowl cornerback in the NFL who went on to become the first Black sports analyst on national television before later serving in various roles in Minnesota, died Sunday at age 81.

A DOGGO and his parrot.

 

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The ice is slowly melting, plus Monday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, March 01, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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BLAKE BABIES' fab cover of the Grass Roots' "Temptation Eyes."

NEW RELEASES: Pste will point you to Charlie Hickey, Julien Baker, Nick Cave, Cloud Nothings, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Stereolab, Mouse on Mars, Cheval Sombre, and more.

THE WHO: Hear three demos from the super-deluxe Sell Out.

 

FLOCK OF DIMES shares "Price of Blue."

TONY BENNETT "...saw things no human being should ever have to see."

ROCK JOURNO LISA ROBINSON has quite the apartment.

IAN NORTH, who founded '70s glam / power-pop band Milk N' Cookies, has died after suffering a heart attack last week. He was 68.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at pop-song parentheses, blockbuster sequels, and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE?  Tom & Jerry top the chart with 13.7MM, the second-best opening of the pandemic (and 38.8MM worldwide against a reported 79MM budget).  No HBO Max viewership figures, numerical or anecdotal, were reported.  The Croods: A New Age places with 1.2MM on a 30 percent drop.  The Little Things shows with 925K on a 23 percent drop.

THE GOLDEN GLOBES went to these folks.

LADY GAGA's two French bulldogs, which were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog walker, were recovered unharmed Friday, Los Angeles police said.

SUPERMAN may get a reboot from J.J. Abrams and author Ta-Nehisi Coates.

JOSS WHEDON: Inside his ‘Cutting' and ‘Toxic' World of ‘Buffy' and ‘Angel.'

ARMIE HAMMER shocked neighbors by moving out of his Los Angeles home in the dead of the night this week.

CLIFFHANGERS: Several TV creators in different genres on how they are crafted and how they have evolved in the Netflix era.

THE TERMINATOR, but as anime.

 

A BABY KANGAROO RESCUE meets his new family.

A CAT meets her new brother.

BISON begin migrating out of Yellowstone National Park.

MOUNTAIN LIONS on the lam.

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