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  • 'X Factor' recap, Maryland native David Correy makes it through as we go from 60 to 24

    'X Factor' recap, Maryland native David Correy makes it through as we go from 60 to 24
    “The competition starts now,” Simon said at the beginning of the episode. I guess the last four weeks have been pretend. Sixty will become 24! No more joking around, this is serious.  We've got four groups; teens, young adults, over 25 and...
  • Interview: Regina Spektor

    Interview: Regina Spektor
    Regina Spektor has performed in Chicago numerous times, including a Lollapalooza stint in 2007, but while she’s in town you won’t find her at the clubs favored by the Rihanna-Katy Perry-Ke$ha set. Instead, before her performance Wednesday at...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Smashed' star Mary Elizabeth Winstead

    Video/Q&A: 'Smashed' star Mary Elizabeth Winstead
    To bond as married alcoholics for the Sundance hit “Smashed,” co-stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul, appropriately, went out and got drunk. “I don’t know what I really learned about myself from that particular night...
  • Ke$ha unleashes wild 'Die Young' video

    Ke$ha unleashes wild 'Die Young' video
    Ke$ha is calling her upcoming album "Warrior," so we can't be surprised to find the pop star busting up chairs and kicking down doors in the music video for the disc's lead single, "Die Young." But that hardly means that the clip, posted to YouTube on...
  • Ke$ha to release 'acoustic' EP on Dec. 4

    Ke$ha to release 'acoustic' EP on Dec. 4
    Just last week, Ke$ha premiered the video for her new single, "Die Young," in which the adventurously attired electro-pop star appears to form a cult devoted to black-leather vests and bearskin rugs. But the pre-release publicity beast is one that must...
  • Rihanna doesn't (and shouldn't) apologize for ...

    Rihanna doesn't (and shouldn't) apologize for ...
    It's difficult to pinpoint exactly when Rihanna transitioned from being the singer of arguably the best song ever made about rain gear (“Umbrella”) to becoming an object of constant scrutiny. Whether it's due to deft marketing or just societal...
  • Album review: Ke$ha, 'Warrior'

    Album review: Ke$ha, 'Warrior'
    Album review: Ke$ha, 'Warrior' ***1/2 (out of 4) A few years ago, Ke$ha introduced herself to the world as a glitter enthusiast who uses whiskey for mouthwash. She has no particular image to maintain. So rather than turning to someone like mastermind...
  • The RedEye Sound Board's best-rated albums of 2012

    You've already seen our picks for albums of the year, but maybe you're wondering what else almost made the cut. Below are all of the albums that reviewed by the RedEye Sound Board that recieved three stars or more in 2012. ***-star reviewed albums:...
  • Sorry, kiddo, but that Ke$ha song is a no go

    Sorry, kiddo, but that Ke$ha song is a no go
    Is it that unreasonable of me not to download Ke$ha's song "Your Love is My Drug" for my 7-year-old daughter? A song that says she won't listen to her mother, that she's addicted and that she's like a crackhead? Because my daughter is devastated. So...
  • Track Review: Justin Timberlake feat. Jay-Z 'Suit and Tie'

    Track Review: Justin Timberlake feat. Jay-Z 'Suit and Tie'
    After squealing at a very suspect decibel for three solid minutes, it hit me that I didn't know what I wanted when I heard that Justin Timberlake was coming back. He's provided a lot of classic moments in music (I know, the "c" word applied to the guy who...
  • Logan Theatre reviving some forgotten -- or never known -- trashy movies

    Logan Theatre reviving some forgotten -- or never known -- trashy movies
    There are raunchy, trashy, terrible movies. And then there is "Intrepidos Punks," in a class all its own. An exploitation artifact from early 1980s Mexico (there is some dispute about the film's exact date), it pits the berserk against the berserker: Punk...