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  • Essential Tracks: Death Grips, N.E.R.D., Cairo Liberation Front

    Essential Tracks: Death Grips, N.E.R.D., Cairo Liberation Front
    Death Grips, "Fashion Week" (free download). Getting a bead on San Francisco experimental rap team Death Grips is becoming increasingly difficult — which is saying something. The group, whose work since 2010 has resided at the intersection of hip hop, noise, punk and synthetic dance music, announced a breakup last year but followed that with a new record. Then they announced the arrival of another, "The Powers That B," to come in February. Last week they dropped "Fashion Week (instrumentals)," a dozen new experimental electronic and/or rock tracks that illustrate why Death Grips fans are so devoted. Quite the impressive afterlife.
  • Actor John C. Reilly coming to Lehigh Valley-area venue -- to play music

    Actor John C. Reilly coming to Lehigh Valley-area venue -- to play music
    Another actor is coming to the Lehigh Valley area. To play music. John C. Reilly, perhaps best known for his Academy Award- and Golden Globe-nominated role of Amos Hart in the 2002 movie “Chicago,” will stop at Sellersville Theater 1894 in...

    The Biblioracle: Hanks, but no thanks, New Yorker

    The Biblioracle: Hanks, but no thanks, New Yorker
    Condensed version of this week's column: Tom Hanks, get off my lawn! The full story: In the Oct. 27 issue, The New Yorker featured a debut short story called "Alan Bean Plus Four" by a previously unpublished, apparently up-and-coming fiction writer...

    Interview: Keke Palmer growing as an actress -- but not too fast

    Interview: Keke Palmer growing as an actress -- but not too fast
    Keke Palmer didn’t think Hollywood would be easy after earning a SAG award nomination for her role in the 2004 TV miniseries “The Wool Cap” and starring in the critically-acclaimed 2006 film “Akeelah and the Bee” before she...

    Nate Silver: In Hollywood, 'Nobody knows anything'

    Nate Silver: In Hollywood, 'Nobody knows anything'
    Predictability and the arts-and-entertainment world have an uneasy relationship. Predictability is a given — like the mouthfeel of a Big Mac — when it comes to, say, the punch lines on "Two and a Half Men" or the beats of your average...