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  • Guided By Voices Is Once Again Firing On All Cylinders

    Guided By Voices Is Once Again Firing On All Cylinders
    Guided by Voices is an unlikely success story if ever there was one. Frontman Robert Pollard and his band of blue collar misfit friends from Dayton, Ohio recorded songs on a cassette four-track (a Tascam Portastudio, to be exact) in their basements and...
  • Palm Beach calendar: Arts Issue 2014

    July 16 at 4 and 7:30 p.m. Art Cinema at the Crest: The Grand Budapest Hotel Delray Beach Center for the Arts This film follows the adventures of Gustave H., a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel, between the wars, and Zero Moustafa - the...
  • Other bookings: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Jim Gaffigan

    U.S. STONES: tribute to The Rolling Stones. 8:30 p.m. Aug. 8; House of Blues, Downtown Disney, Lake Buena Vista; $10 advance, $13 day of show; 407-934-2583. MS. LAURYN HILL: 9:30 p.m. Aug. 15; House of Blues, Downtown Disney, Lake Buena Vista; $49...
  • Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center

    Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center
    Let’s start with the undeniable: At eight years older than that fellow who needs to be fed in “When I’m Sixty-Four,” Paul McCartney is not supposed to be able to do what he’s been doing, such as Wednesday night at the...
  • Summer brings original musical revues to Plaza Theatre

    Summer brings original musical revues to Plaza Theatre
    For the hot summer when the air is heavy with humidity, Manalapan’s Plaza Theatre has come up with a lineup designed to be light. The original musical revues - “Bernstein on Broadway” (through July 27) and “Popera” (July 28...
  • The Lucinda Williams concert that almost didn't happen

    The Lucinda Williams concert that almost didn't happen
    Late Saturday afternoon, Chicago nightclub owner Robby Glick received a text from a buddy with some remarkable news: Lucinda Williams, the alt-country musician whose Taste of Chicago set had been rained out, was looking for a place to put on a show....
  • Music keeps memory of Holocaust alive

    Two musicians are Holocaust survivors. Other band members are one or two generations removed. But when the Holocaust Survivor Klezmer Band plays its first concert on July 27 at Temple Haim in Margate, the generations will come together in music that keeps...
  • Meredith Vieira: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Her New Talkshow

    If anybody can make a new syndicated daytime talkshow work, it'll be Meredith Vieira. The veteran journo and TV host ably demonstrated her skills in her Monday luncheon session to tubthump her NBCUniversal-distribbed yakker at the Television Critics...
  • Lenape Chamber Ensemble explores electronic media in season opener

    The Lenape Chamber Ensemble begins its 28th summer concert series Saturday in the auditorium of the new Life Sciences Building on the campus of Delaware Valley Community College in Doylestown. The three-concert series continues July 19 and 26, with...
  • Griswold, Norwich host free outdoor summer concerts

    The sounds of summer are packing local parks with residents in lawn chairs and dancing shoes, as both Jewett City and Norwich host free outdoor summer concerts throughout the summer, replete with refreshments. In Jewett City, Nashville Drive took the...
  • Motley Crue kicks off final tour; gives peek at what's in store for Allentown Fair

    Motley Crue kicked off its "All Bad Things Must Come to an End" final tour in Grand Rapids, Mich., last week, and the show gave a preview of what's in store for concert-goers at Allentown Fair on Aug. 27. The sold-out July 2 show at Van Andel Arena...