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Neil Young, Beatles, Earlimart, Otter rampage   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, July 02, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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NEIL YOUNG encores at the Malahide Castle in Dublin with a cover of "A Day In The Life"

ALBERT HAMMOND, JR.: The Stroke's new solo LP, ¿Cómo Te Llama?, to be released on July 7, is streaming in full at HammondSpace.

FIERY FURNACES talk about the Chicago White Sox at the team's website, with Matthew Friedberger claiming his biggest influence as a keyboard player is Sox organist Nancy Faust. (Thx, LHB.)

A LOST BEATLES INTERVIEW featuring John Lennon and Paul McCartney talking about the day they met and their songwriting partnership -- on film that sat forgotten for 44 years in a garage in south London -- can be heard on the BBC, in a segment hosted by Helen Shapiro, who was on their first national tour.

SILVER JEWS mastermind David Berman talks to The A.V. Club and has a two-parter with Aquarium Drunkard.

EARLIMART have just dropped the video for the wistful "Face Down In The Right Town" from their new album.

BUILT TO SPILL frontman Doug Martsch talks to Paste about recording and the flood of music today.

SAM PHILLIPS plays a Tiny Desk Concert for Bob Boilen at NPR.

THE HOLD STEADY's Craig Finn talks to Metro about his (slightly) more succinct style on the upcoming Stay Positive LP: "Being concise is one of the biggest challenges you can have," explains Finn. "You talk about ageing gracefully; going overboard and overblown is one of the finest examples of how people don't."

PETER HOOK talks to SF Weekly about blogging, DJing and the new New Order DVD.

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE have no plans to divorce, according to Madge's rep. US Weekly claims that Madge has been hosting late-night visits from New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez at her Central Park West apartment in New York City, including shortly after his wife gave birth to their second daughter.

BRADGELINA: Jolie is "doing great" following reports that she has checked into a hospital in Nice, France, ahead of the birth of twins. Meanwhile Jolie & Pitt have called a truce with their neighbors over a boar hunting row that threatened to spoil the peace at their new chateau in the south of France.

NOW SHOWING: The holiday weekend's wide releases are Will Smith's Hancock is currnetly scoring 35 percent on the ol' Tomatometer, and Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, which is scoring 81 percent, though it apparently has to do more with the popular line of dolls than the Tom Petty classic.

ASHLEE SIMPSON & PETE WENTZ are expecting a baby boy, a rep from the baby boutique Petit Tresor tells CelebTV.com.

JESSICA BIEL has started blogging at BielSpace.

LINDSAY LOHAN: OK! magazine has some backstory on Li-Lo's maybe half-sister, while the NYDN has a more recent picture. Gawker has some lying voicemail Li-Lo got from her creepy ex-con Dad.

CHRISTIE BRINKLEY'S lawyers may have one more weapon in their attempt to paint her wayward hubby as a callous cad - a married, 31-year-old fitness model with whom he had a relationship and then dumped, leaving her marriage in tatters, sources told The NY Post. The divorce trial starts today.

WILLIAM SHATNER talks to the National Post about his autobiography and much more, including recording Has Been with Ben Folds in Nashville: "I did a rock and roll number. and I understood for the first time what rock and roll is..."

JON FAVREAU has signed on to direct the Iron Man sequel and dishes potential spoliers about The Avengers to USA Today.

IRAN: A top advisor to Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned against "provocative" remarks on Tehran's nuclear crisis which tend to be associated with Pres, Ahmadinejad.  Hezbollah instructors trained Shiite militiamen at remote camps in southern Iraq until three months ago when they slipped across the border to Iran - presumably to continue instruction on Iranian soil, according to two Shiite lawmakers and a top army officer.

IRAQ: A new White House report to Congress claims that Iraq's efforts on 15 of 18 benchmarks are "satisfactory" - almost twice of what it determined to be the case a year ago.  But getting all the way there is taking time. MPs from Iraq's parliament went into a closed session with the country's foreign minister on Tuesday to discuss the controversial long-term security pact with Washington. US officers say many of the militia leaders who used the Shula neighborhood of Baghdad as a base have either fled or gone into hiding and are tough to find. About 325 million worth dollars' of projects are under way to address critical needs in Anbar province, which include the "huge problem" of providing sufficient electrical power. The US military has begun withdrawing from Iraq the last of the five additional combat brigades that were deployed to the country in 2007.

A CROCODILE is welcomed into a bar in the Aussie Outback.

TWO RIVER OTTERS went on a weekend tear in Petaluma, stopping at Mario & John's Tavern and an auto parts store.

TRAKR, a German shepherd who sniffed out survivors from under the rubble of New York's World Trade Center after the 2001 terror strikes is to be cloned. He was picked by BioArts International as the most "clone-worthy" canine in a competition offering an owner a free chance to replicate their pet.

RHESUS MACAQUES can simultaneously count audible beeps and dots on a computer screen. ALSO: A 42-year-old chimpanzee who is toilet-trained and can eat with a knife and fork is believed to be at large in a Southern California forest after escaping his cage.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: A man with two a$$es baffled customs officials in Denmark.

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New Releases, Dance Music, No Age, Stingrays   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, July 01, 2008 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JAY-Z: Noel Gallagher of Oasis said that he did not think the rapper was a good fit for the Glastonbury festival, so Jay-Z opened his set there with an off-key, kareoke take on "Wonderwall," followed by "99 Problems."  Noel ain't one of them.  That's a twofer Tuesday, with extra profanity.

NEW RELEASES: Alkaline Trio gets added to the albums streaming in full via Spinner, but Earlimart is this week's pick to click. There are also plenty of reissues, from Van Morrison to the White Stripes to Willie Nelson.

DANCE MUSIC: The Telegraph's music critics pick their top 50 tunes to get you onto the dancefloor, with plenty of Tube linkage.

MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC:  I haven mentioned the venerable radio show recently, but June featured performances from artists including Billy Bragg, Los Campesinos, Martha Wainwright, Death Cab for Cutie and neo-soul outfit Little Jackie, to name a few.

LIVE ALBUMS are dead, man. The Independent misses them, misses them.

DAVID BOWIE talks up the 12 tracks he compiled for a Daily Mail giveaway.

NO AGE debuted their lo-fi, noisy, trippy, kinda folky "Eraser" on the MTV.

THE HOLD STEADY frontman Craig Finn does a two-part interview with Aquarium Drunkard.  Finn mentions some of the cameos, including Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis... on banjo!

BEST OF 2008 SO FAR: Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis unveil their lists in the latest edition of Sound Opinions.

DOWN ON THE FARM: The Guardian interviewed Glastonbury festival performers about the country life.

THE NATIONAL answer five questions for Metro.

STEVEN TYLER comes clean about getting clean.

BRIGHT YOUNG HOLLYWOOD is the subject of a story and photo portfolio at Vanity Fair.

BLONDE ON BLONDE: Pamela Anderson called Jessica Simpson a "b^tch" and a "wh*re" after learning about Simpson's "Real Girls Eat Meat" t-shirt.  It appears Anderson was cracking wise, though if she thought the shirt referred to men, I don't see how it's a joke.

AMY WINEHOUSE, otoh, called Kanye West a "c^nt" during her set at the Glastonbury Festival and does not seem to have been joking. West, surprisingly for him, is amused.

JEN & JOHN: Aniston & Mayer were... wait for it... caught canoodling on camera after his performance at the Brixton Academy over the weekend. Pics at the link.

NAKED WOMEN'S WRESTLING LEAGUE BESTS CARMEN ELECTRA: Don't click; it's sure to disappoint.

THE DARK KNIGHT gets more early rave reviews at Rope of Silicon and IGN.

QUANTUM OF SOLACE: Bond is back in November; the trailer is at Moviefone now.

AFGHANISTAN: More US and NATO troops have been killed in Afghanistan than in Iraq for the second straight month.

PAKISTAN: An in-depth piece in the New York Times details how the US is returning to a bureaucratic, pre-9/11 mindset regarding terrorirm, with the result that Al Qaeda now has a new band of terrorist camps from which to plan and train for attacks against Western targets, including the United States.

IRAQ: Former insurgents continue to turn themselves in by the hundreds - including some who had been the most virulently anti-American leaders.  Iraq will spend 100 million dollars to rebuild Sadr City and create jobs for many of its two million residents after years of violence and neglect. The US military has transfered 1000 od 8000 Humvees to Iraqi security forces. Iraqi guards opened fire on a female suicide bomber on Sunday and triggered her explosives belt before she reached their headquarters, foiling the latest of more than 20 suicide missions by women this year.

THE GREAT STINGRAY MIGRATION... and one clownfish looking for his son. More pics at the link.

A GIRAFFE led a circus breakout involving 15 camels, two zebras and an undetermined number of llamas and potbellied pigs.

HUNDREDS of SCORPIONS and SNAKES, plus turtles, lizards, tarantulas, frogs, and salamanders were stranded at the Mexico City airport for more than a week.  They should have joined one of those VIP clubs.

A DROWNING 375-LB BEAR was rescued... from the Gulf of Mexico? Pics and video at the link.

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Primal Scream, Aviette, Vampire Weekend, Lion Cub   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, June 30, 2008 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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PRIMAL SCREAM pays more than a bit of homage to Daria Argento's classic Suspiria in the clip for "Can't Go Back."

DAN WILSON (Trip Shakespeare, Semisconic) tells LAist he does not get musicians who have love-hate relationships with their hits.

AVIETTE brought their noise-pop to The Current for a chat and mini-set you can stream on demand via MPR.

THE TING TINGS' Katie White talks to the Guardian about the glamour of pop stardom, in which getting one's clothes washed is more stressful than playing a gig.

DOVEMAN has covered the entire Footloose soundtrack for your downloading (guilty) pleasure.

VAMPIRE WEEKEND goes a little Wes Anderson in the new video for "Oxford Comma."

DAVENDRA BANHART & GILBERTO GIL are jointly interviewed by the L.A. Times (no pun intended).

THE WILDERS, a nifty blugrass combo Sylvia and I saw open for Del McCoury a while ago, snagged a segment on NPR's Weekend Edition.

NEIL YOUNG talks to Billboard about the forthcoming documentary "CSNY: Deja Vu" and alt-fuels.

BLACK ANGELS singer Alex Maas talks to the Boston Globe about the band's influences.

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE: Madge has reportedly told Ritchie she wants a divorce, and has been seen out without her wedding ring.  Without a pre-nuptial agreement, Guy could be looking at up to £50million of Madge's £300million fortune.  Ritchie ditching Kabbalah may be a factor or result, but he reproted ly flew  to New York this past weekend in a last-ditch bid to save the marriage.

SUPERMODEL SUICIDE: Ruslana Korshunova, 20, whose face graced the cover of French Elle and Russian Vogue, fell from her swank downtown NYC apartment to her death yesterday in an apparent suicide, officials said.

AMY WINEHOUSE punched a fan, spat chewing gum into the crowd and called Kanye West a c*** on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury. Video at the link.

SIENNA MILLER has been enjoying secret romantic nights with tycoon actor and dad-of-four Balthazar Getty after dumping heartbroken Notting Hill star Rhys Ifans, according to the uber-reliable News of the World.

ANNE HATHAWAY talked to the FBI shortly before they arrested her ex boyfriend Raffaello Follieri for an alleged $6 million con job?  That's what a friend of his thinks, based on the language of the indictment.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: WALL-E takes the top slot with an estimated 62.5 million. That beats most expectations and ties Monsters, Inc. for third best Pixar opening.  Wanted also beat tracking numbers with 51.1 million -- the best rated R-rated June opener ever and huge for Jolie, edging out the PG-13 Mr. & Mrs. Smith.  It also appears to be the first weekend with two 50+ million openers ever. Get Smart dropped about 48 percent to make 20 mil in the third slot, which probably isn't too bad, considering the competition.  Kung Fu Panda took its licks from WALL-E, dropping 46 percent to the fourth slot with 11.7 mill.  The Incredible Hulk continued to downsize, dropping another 58 percent to round out the Top Five.  Flops like the Love Guru and The Happening flopped even bigger, dropping over 60 percent each to sixth and eighth, respectively.

WALL-E & WANTED: I saw and enjoyed both of them  WALL-E might have had a little too much rote dystopianism than one might expect from a family film, but the animation was spectacular and the characterizations well-done, despite the near total absence of dialog for the first half of the movie.  That lack of dialog should bnoost the flick globally, btw.  Wanted plays as extensively with time -- or moreso -- than the Matrix movies, without the deep pholosophy.  There were some exceedingly clever bits (taken from the graphic novel) and some illogic in some of the action scenes (not), but overall a satisfying summer thrill attraction.

LINDSAY LOHAN may have a secret half-sister, according to her ex-con Dad.

ROB LOWE: A former nanny who is accusing the actor of sexual harassment allegedly offered sex to the family's tennis instructor, according to court documents released Friday.

MAD MEN:  There's some love for the women of Mad Men at AfterEllen.  NTTAWWT, though there's big spoiler if you missed the first season and are waiting for the DVDs this week.

STAR TREK: Harry Knowles incredibly got a look at some early footage from next summer's JJ Abrams reboot.  Light spoilers; nothing that hasn't already leaked, plotwise (afaik).

BRITNEY SPEARS could make a return appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards.  After all, last year's train wreck piled up ratings.  Mel Gibson reportedly tried to set the pop wreck up with one of his twin sons, who both have stints in rehab.

ALT-ENERGY: The US government is putting a hold on new solar energy projects on public land for two years so it can study the environmental impact of sun-driven plants. The Bureau of Land Management, which looks after 258 million acres of federal land, much of it flat, sun-baked terrain in the western US considered ideal for solar energy development, says the study is required by law and backed by environmental groups.

ISLAMISM in the UK:  The Jamestown Foundation looks at the next generation of radical Islamist preachers in the UK. Terrorists linked to Al-Qaeda may be planning to buy former NHS ambulances and police cars to mount suicide bomb attacks in Britain, MI5 has warned.

IRAN has moved ballistic missiles into launch positions, with Israel's Dimona nuclear plant among the possible targets, defense sources said last week. The movement of Shahab-3B missiles, followed a large-scale exercise earlier this month in which the Israeli air force flew en masse over the Mediterranean in an apparent rehearsal for a threatened attack on Iran's nuclear installations.

IRAQ: The Mahdi Army is evolving into a clandestine movement following Iraqi military operations targeting the group, intelligence suggests.  The restive peace in Baghdad remains fragile. Iraqi security forces detained the leader of the Basra Sadrist office in Amarah and 12 "terrorists" in Basra. Iraq forces detained 43 insurgents in Baghdad and ten in Kirkuk. Five al Qaeda operatives were detained in Mosul and two leaders in Diyala.

ZARA, a 6-week-old lion cub from Linton is destined to spend her future in Africa, after she was abandoned by her parents. Video and pics at the link.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: A cat without a face.  Call your agent, Billy Idol.

PIGEONS are smuggling drugs and other contraband into a Brazilian prison.

A PIG that survived 36 days in the rubble of the Chinese earthquake has been adopted by a museum.

MUSKRATS are getting no love on the flood plains of Mississippi.

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English Beat, Shearwater, Cutout Bin, Simian Rights   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, June 27, 2008 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE ENGLISH BEAT!  Why? Mostly because they cranked out great ska-pop.  My personal fave may still be "Best Friend," but you might prefer more signature songs like "Mirror in the Bathroom,"  "Save It For Later."  "I Confess" or "Doors of Your Heart." Or their adaptations of covers like Smokey's "Tears Of A Clown" and the Andy Williams number "Can't Get Used To Losing You."

SHEARWATER stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set you can stream on demand via MPR.

SILVER JEWS: David Berman talks to Paste and says something very politically incorrect about the shelf life of rock musicians.

LOS LOBOS features songs from their 2006 concept album, The Town and the City, in a concert from Disney Hall now streaming via NPR.

PRIMAL SCREAM: Bobby Gillespie does not talk to the Times of London about lyrics, but does talk about chemistry and such.

PEARL JAM & ACE FREHLEY:  Ooh... "Black Diamond."

CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN: Victor Krummenacher and Jonathan Segel answer five questions for the San Francisco Chronicle.

GLASTONBURY 2008:  You can download a free sampler of artists playing the big British fest via the Guardian.

PHISH officially addresses those reunion rumors.

CUTOUT BIN: Carl Douglas leads this Friday's fortuitous finds, which include Sly & the Family Stone, John Lennon, Glen Campbell, the Yardbirds, Cheap Trick, the Posies, Thin Lizzy and more -- all of which can be jukeboxed or streamed separately via the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING:  This weekends wide releases are Pixar's WALL-E, currnetly scoring a stunning 97 percent on the ol' Tomatometer, and the Jolie-led action flick Wanted, which is scoring a still-impressive 73 percent.  Projections have Wall-E at 52-57 million (between Cars & Ratatouille), Wanted at 36-41 million (possibly all-time best R-rated June opening).

GYLLENSPOON: Us Weekly reports in its latest issue that Gyllenhaal has quietly moved into Witherspoon's 5 million L.A. home and is already part of her fiercely guarded family.

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE: Fiona Shackleton, the divorce lawyer who ensured that Sir Paul McCartney retained all but £24.3 million of his £825 million fortune, has been lined up by Madge, according to the Times of London.

BILL MURRAY and his wife Jennifer have quietly - and officially - divorced, sans the drama we heard about a month ago.

CAMERON DIAZ has fueled engagement rumors by sporting a huge ring on her wedding finger.

THE DARK KNIGHT: Christian Bale says he misses co-star Heath Ledger deeply, and that he hopes their movie - the very last one Ledger completed - will be a celebration of his friend's life and work.  Early reviews have popped up at Aint-It-Cool and Rolling Stone.

THE SCREEN ACTORS GUILD may strike next week, throwing major film and television studios into chaos.

NANOPAPER: Made of wood, stronger than iron.

IRAQ: An Iraqi intelligence report said over 2000 Mahdi Army fighters were killed during fighting over the past several months. The US military named al Qaeda's leader in Mosul who was killed during a raid on June 24.  Bombs killed at least 40 people in Iraq on Thursday, including 20 at a tribal council meeting in Anbar province just days before the US military transfers control of security for the vast western region to Iraqi forces.  PR. "Sons of Iraq" patrols are set up in Sadr City. Anti-US Arab Sunni combatants in Salaheddin have been given 10 days to surrender to coalition forces as Iraq extended its crackdown on militias around the country. Just as we have seen the use of a military surge in Iraq, we need also to see a job surge and a democracy surge, according to a new report by an international think-tank.

YOUR FORECAST FOR PADUCAH, KY: Overcast, with chicken.

DOLPHINS vacationing at the New Jersey shore are doing what many tourists do -- splashing around in the waves with the kids and feasting on seafood.

A COW that escaped from its farm two weeks ago has been making the rounds on the north side of Fredericton in Canada.

ROBOT SNAKES made of aluminium are being designed to inspect and clean complicated industrial pipe systems that are typically narrow and inaccessible to humans.

IT'S A MADHOUSE: Spain's parliament voiced its support for the rights of great apes to life and freedom. Keeping apes for circuses, television commercials or filming will be forbidden. Keeping an estimated 315 apes in Spanish zoos will not be illegal, but supporters of the bill say conditions will need to improve drastically.  Spanish bulls think this is bull.  BTW, don't expect the apes to return the favor.

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Thursday, June 26, 2008 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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POP LEVI has two videos for "Semi-Babe" (Part 1, Part 2) designed to be played simultaneously.

SONGS FOR THE LEFT LANE: More uptempo driving songs are streaming courtesy of KEXP.

KELLEY STOLTZ: An indie-pop classicist talks to Glide about his influences.

THE BROKEN WEST has a new single, "Perfect Games," that you can -- and should -- stream at So Much Silence (via Chromewaves.)

OKKERVIL RIVER: Will Sheff tells the Calgary Herald he is reluctant to call The Stage Names and the upcoming companion LP, The Stand Ins, concept albums: "You can be talking about something like (Neil Young's) Tonight's the Night or that Styx album about robots taking over the world..." Domo arigato, Mr. Sheff.

BECK has released a teaser video for his upcoming Modern Guilt album.

DAVID VANDERVELDE: Muzzle of Bees reports that Jay Bennett injects a kind of Being There/Summerteeth vibe into Vandervelde's upcoming Waiting For The Sunrise LP, and posts the mellow "I Will Be Fine" for a listen.

BEST OF 2008 SO FAR lists are popping up all 'round, including NPR (which is also hosting a poll with 50 choices plus write-ins), The A.V. Club, and Music For Kids Who Can't Read Good.

DANIEL JOHNSTON: The critically-acclaimed, bipolar singer-songwriter tells JamBase that he likes to tour -- for the comic book and record shopping opportunities.

BARACK OBAMA shuffles his iPod for "Random Rules" feature at the A.V. Club. No, wait, I mean Rolling Stone.

BRADGELINA have donated a million dollars for educational aid to children affeccted by the Iraq war.  Half is going to Iraqi kids, while half is going to American kids who have a military parent killed in Iraq, or who are separated from a parent stationed in the country.

JENNIFER GARNER & BEN AFFLECK thinking of splitting up?  Garner's rep calls the report "100% completely fabricated."

DENISE RICHARDS & CHARLIE SHEEN have their children, Sam, 4, and Lola, 3, in therapy. Sad, but maybe needed.

ANNE HATHAWAY's ex-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri was hospitalized for a severe sinus infection following his New York court appearance on fraud and money laundering charges.

VERNE TROYER, a/k/a "Mini-Me" in the Austin Powers movies, has a sex tape.  No thanks.

SUPERMODEL KAROLINA KURKOVA has been attacked by the Brazilian media for appearing too fat on the runway. On the one hand, the harsh criticism of Karolina's heavier appearance seems extremely cruel; on the other hand, she's a highly compensated model whose job is to look great all the time, as in this Decmber 2007 photoshoot.

LINDSAY LOHAN is reportedly much more professional on-set, because girlfriend Samantha Ronson "has a calming effect on her."

JAMIE LYNN SPEARS tells OK! magazine that she plans to lead a much more low-key life with her new baby daughter.

JEN & JOHN: Aniston seems to be making time to hook up with Mayer while he's touring Europe.

ISLAMISM in the UK: A 12-year-old white schoolboy is among 120 people being dealt with by police in a new project combating Islamic-inspired violent extremism, according to the Daily Mail. The child was reported by his school in West Yorkshire after he was found circulating video clips of terrorists beheading Westerners.

IRAQ: Iraqi and Coalition forces discovered two large weapons caches in northeastern Baghdad, including seven EFPs. As many as 1000 memberss of Sahwa (awakening) forces have gained access to the Police in Baghdad.

COP HITS DINOSAUR in Lake Delton, Wisc. Let's go to the video!

SCAREDY CAT survived 18 hours clinging to high voltage power lines in a Wiltshire village.

PANDAS at the earthquake-devastated Wolong research centre in Sichuan province have been evacuated to other parts of the country, just days after being taken off bamboo shoots and put on a strange diet of fruit. Damage to the bamboo forest in earthquake sites such as Dujiangyan and Mianyang has led to a sharp reduction in the amount of shoots on offer for the pandas, which now must make do with fruit and seeds.

A MELON-HEADED WHALE is receiving treatment after being rescued off the coast of Brevard County, FL, on Tuesday.  I believe it was looking for lover that won't drive it crazy.

ALLIGATOR bites off the arm of a late-night swimmer in Okeechobee, FL.

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