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  • '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...
  • 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...
  • Friends from Wheaton school say Washington Post reporter no spy

     Friends from Wheaton school say Washington Post reporter no spy
    Brian Stetler and Matt Brandseth, graduates of Wheaton South High School, were stunned when they learned a long-time friend was imprisoned and accused of espionage by the Iranian government. During their first two years of high school, Stetler and...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week

    Moody Blues singer, TV sitcom comedian, folk legend announced at Musikfest Cafe -- and a show we revealed last week
    The Moody Blues lead singer Justin Hayward, TV sitcom star/comedian Paul Reiser and folk great David Bromberg have been announced for shows at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center. Also announced is a show Lehigh Valley Music told you about last week: 15-...
  • '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...
  • Trainer Freddie Roach is confident of plan for Manny Pacquiao to win fight

    Trainer Freddie Roach is confident of plan for Manny Pacquiao to win fight
    For 12 rounds, or less, Saturday night, Manny Pacquiao will rely on the guidance of his longtime trainer, Freddie Roach, to figure out how to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr. Roach's challenge leading up to the fight in Las Vegas has been to device a plan to...