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  • Friday Coda: Grampa and Grandmaster Flash, U2, Neil Young's mermaid

    Friday Coda: Grampa and Grandmaster Flash, U2, Neil Young's mermaid
    This week was consumed by a few monolithic brands, one musical, one technological. Puppets teamed with singers. Singer cited puppets. A legend fell. A new music site arrives with promise. Grandma unintentionally shouted-out Grandmaster Flash. Below are...
  • Culture clash: Genre-mixing quartet Clean Bandit is reveling in foreign fans

    Culture clash: Genre-mixing quartet Clean Bandit is reveling in foreign fans
    Clean Bandit straddles the line between the concert hall and the club, combining live, classically derived string arrangements with gurgling electronic beats. It’s a formula the British quartet—Neil Amin-Smith, Grace Chatto and Luke and Jack...
  • As music sales fall, sax player Kenny G turns to stockpicking

    By David Randall NEW YORK, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Kenny G, the best-selling jazz musician who once played at President Bill Clinton's inaugural ball, wakes up every morning to Starbucks. The saxophonist doesn't drink coffee. Instead, the man whose real...
  • Kenny G makes as much picking stocks as he does playing sax

    Kenny G makes as much picking stocks as he does playing sax
    Kenny G, the best-selling jazz musician who once played at President Bill Clinton's inaugural ball, wakes up every morning to Starbucks. The saxophonist doesn't drink coffee. Instead, the man whose real name is Kenny Gorelick obsessively checks the...
  • Review: U2's 'Songs of Innocence'

    U2 have just released what will soon be the most deleted album in history. There it is, sitting in your iTunes Music Library whether you asked for it or not: "Songs of Innocence," the heroic Irish rock band's 13th album, which they surprise released...
  • Last hurrahs for Epcot's Off Kilter, other Disney acts

    Last hurrahs for Epcot's Off Kilter, other Disney acts
    Walt Disney World says it's time to refresh the live-entertainment acts around Epcot's World Showcase, and that means four acts will be winding up their gigs late this month. Spirit of America, Off Kilter and the World Showcase Players bow out Sept. 27;...
  • Ebony editor Mitzi Miller is top Chicagoan on 'The Root 100'

    Ebony editor Mitzi Miller is top Chicagoan on 'The Root 100'
    Ebony editor Mitzi Miller is the top Chicagoan on The Root 100, an annual list honoring the 100 most influential African-Americans. Miller is ranked No. 16, joining the likes of U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), singer Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and NBA star...
  • So you want to be a feminist, huh?

    So you want to be a feminist, huh?
    Between Taylor Swift’s “sudden” revelation that she actually is a feminist and Beyonce’s seizure-inducing glittertastic celebration at last month’s MTV Video Music Awards, it seems the term is making a mainstream comeback. Or...
  • Michelle Williams on her 'Journey to Freedom'

    Michelle Williams on her 'Journey to Freedom'
    As one-third of Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams' multi-platinum success with one of the biggest girl groups of all time has long overshadowed what she’s done on her own. But that hasn’t stopped her from carving a solo career packed...
  • Around the remote: Television picks for Sept. 14-20

    DON'T MISS: "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" The political dynasty that produced two substantial presidents and one extraordinary first lady gets the Ken Burns treatment, and you know what that means: lots of old-time photographs, Meryl Streep voice-...
  • Dance for fall 2014: 'Swan Lake' and Beijing Dance Theater

    Dance for fall 2014: 'Swan Lake' and Beijing Dance Theater
    Some of the classical dance this fall has been bent, folded or mutilated — in the best possible way, of course. It's set to indie rock, transformed into a ballet within a ballet, dedicated to the philosophical significance of the growth and death of...