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  • Jae Sinnett says his new jazz CD will be his last

    Jae Sinnett says his new jazz CD will be his last
    Jae Sinnett, the 58-year-old drummer, composer and radio personality from Chesapeake, recently released his new CD "Subject to Change," his 12th full-length jazz recording. As usual, he is joined on the record by his Jae Sinnett Trio: bassist Terry...
  • Chicagoland Music Festival was true spectacle

    Chicagoland Music Festival was true spectacle
    Chicago music lovers counted down the days to August. The annual festival was a highlight of the year, one of the most popular tickets in the Midwest. The crowds streamed into the city and onto the lakefront, eager to see the dozens of new and popular...
  • Moonrise Nation more than just another sister act

    Moonrise Nation more than just another sister act
    What's up with all the wildly talented musical sister acts these days? There's First Aid Kit from Sweden and Indiana's Lily & Madeleine. There's Lennon and Maisy Stella, real-life singing siblings who play fictional ones on the ABC drama series...
  • 'Heal' is musical bloodletting for Strand of Oaks

    'Heal' is musical bloodletting for Strand of Oaks
    "Heal," the new album by Tim Showalter's one-man-outfit Strand of Oaks, is staggeringly sad, wrenchingly funny and blisteringly good. Really, it's tremendous. By any identifiable measure, it's a better album than, say, the Smashing Pumpkins have made in...
  • Suzuki Summer Playgroup To Perform at Flatbread of Canton

    CANTON — The Suzuki Summer Playgroup will be performing for patrons at Flatbread of Canton on Aug. 27 to benefit Hartt School's Fund for Access, a program that helps children afford music lessons at the Hartt Community Division for Music. Candace...
  • PASSINGS: Raymond Berthillon, Henry Stone

    PASSINGS: Raymond Berthillon, Henry Stone
     Raymond Berthillon Founder of famed Paris ice cream shop Raymond Berthillon, 90, the founder of the celebrated Paris ice cream parlor that bears his name, died Saturday, the company announced on its website. With lines of tourists down the street...
  • Pictures in the News | August 11, 2014

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in the Canary Islands, where a supermoon is captured from the Astro-Physical Institute of the Canaries in Teide volcano of Tenerife. The supermoon was the biggest and brightest of the year, and it marked the point in...
  • 1991's 'A Rage in Harlem' and other films at the Black Harvest Film Fest

    1991's 'A Rage in Harlem' and other films at the Black Harvest Film Fest
    Hitting its 20th anniversary milestone this year, the Black Harvest Film Festival runs through the month of August at the Gene Siskel Film Center, spotlighting black cinema. The fest hasn't always been especially discerning about quality. I'm not sure...
  • Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'

    Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'
    By the time that Ty Segall hit age 26, he had already recorded and released six solo albums, appeared or collaborated on a dozen or so other albums of frantic guitar rock, issued 20 singles or extended-plays through various record labels, appeared on...
  • In its second year, Constellation reaches critical mass

    In its second year, Constellation reaches critical mass
    Last Friday night, the bar area at Constellation was packed, the room alive with the chatter of people discussing a dance event they just had attended in one of the club's two formal concert spaces. As the night proceeded, the lobby crowd only grew, a...
  • Betty Boop Movie in the Works with Simon Cowell (EXCLUSIVE)

    Betty Boop is returning to the big screen, with Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment and Animal Logic Entertainment developing and producing the first feature-length film for the feisty cartoon flapper. The project has been in the works for several months...