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  • The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume

    The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume
    The Nobel Prize in Literature isn't awarded until October, but it's never too early to start the speculating, and maybe even the lobbying. You see, I think it's high time for another American to win the award. The last U.S.-born recipient was Toni...
  • Essential tracks: Natalie Prass' debut has plenty of brass, irresistible songs

    Essential tracks: Natalie Prass' debut has plenty of brass, irresistible songs
    Natalie Prass, "Natalie Prass" (Space Bomb/Columbia). Richmond, Va.,-based Prass' debut album was released four months ago, which may as well be a decade in the scheme of things. I missed it until a few weeks back — a huge, disclosure-worthy...
  • Tower Chorale's Folk Fest gives classics a new spin

    Tower Chorale's Folk Fest gives classics a new spin
    What would Simon & Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence" sound like in six-part harmony? What would it be like to sing along to Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" at a concert led by over 80 accomplished vocalists? Find out when the Tower Chorale, a...
  • Nick Cave goes the distance with 'The Sick Bag Song'

    Nick Cave goes the distance with 'The Sick Bag Song'
    Nick Cave has long operated in a particular rock ’n’ roll tradition: that of the poète maudite. Patti Smith, Jim Morrison, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan -- these are some of the analogues to Cave’s creative posture. Not surprisingly, like all of...
  • Me, My Shelf and I: Tom Leavens

    Me, My Shelf and I: Tom Leavens
    Step into Tom Leavens' home library and you get a pretty clear picture of what kind of law Leavens practices. The Evanston-based attorney — a partner in the entertainment law firm Leavens, Strand & Glover and general counsel for Pitchfork Media...
  • Up North for May 7

    Up North for May 7
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048; http://www.andersonartscenter.com. Solo Show Winners of 2014 Winter Juried Exhibition: Kathy Barnes, Christopher Johns, Karen Murphy, Suellyn...
  • Even with electric guitars, Mumford and Sons are still mediocre

    Even with electric guitars, Mumford and Sons are still mediocre
    Mumford & Sons have won Grammy awards and sold million of records, mostly by donning outfits straight out of a John Steinbeck novel while furiously strumming banjos and upright bass. The London-based band makes crowdpleasing choruses that, despite being...
  • 'Dancing,' 'Big Bang,' David Letterman: This week

    The week's most-watched season finale will be "The Big Bang Theory," which closes its eighth season at 8 p.m. Thursday on CBS. The episode is called "The Commitment Determination." CBS says Sheldon faces major changes in his relationship with Amy and...
  • 'Motown' is music to the ears, but the message is missing

    The story of Motown Records is a rich and important one. It's not only the rags-to-riches story of a record label that rose out of inner-city Detroit to become a cornerstone in the foundation of postwar American music, but one in which a body of work...
  • 'Bob Dylan: NYC 1961-1964' features photographs of the young folk bard

     'Bob Dylan: NYC 1961-1964' features photographs of the young folk bard
    In autumn 1961, New York City photographer Ted Russell got a call from a friend who spoke of a folk singer presenting himself as "an itinerant hobo-like person in the mold of Woody Guthrie," complete with "funny cap and blue jeans and all that," Russell...
  • 'Any Day' hits viewers over the head with its cliches

    'Any Day' hits viewers over the head with its cliches
    A decent cast faces an uphill battle of Sisyphean proportions in "Any Day," a cliché-ridden, heavy-handed redemptive drama written and directed by Rustam Branaman. British actor Sean Bean, sporting a quiet rumble of a working-class American voice, plays...