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  • Psychotropical poppers White Arrows play a 4th of July show at BAR in New Haven

    Psychotropical poppers White Arrows play a 4th of July show at BAR in New Haven
    White Arrows w/ Beat Connection, Teen Daze and If Jesus Had Machine Guns. Free, 8 p.m., July 4. BAR, 254 Crown St., New Haven, manicproductions.org   "Tropical crunk" is not a "real" genre, which is to say that it is not — and will almost...
  • Tom Davis dies at 59; original 'SNL' writer alongside Al Franken

    Tom Davis dies at 59; original 'SNL' writer alongside Al Franken
    Tom Davis, a comedy writer who teamed with Al Franken to write memorable bits on"Saturday Night Live" beginning with the late-night show's debut in 1975, has died. He was 59. Davis died Thursday at his home in Hudson, N.Y., his wife, Mimi Raleigh, told...
  • Latin Grammy Awards 2012: Juanes, Jesse y Joy win big

    Latin Grammy Awards 2012: Juanes, Jesse y Joy win big
    LAS VEGAS -- Colombian rock superstar Juanes won the Album of the Year trophy for “Juanes MTV Unplugged” at the XIII Annual Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday evening in Las Vegas, and the Mexico City sibling pop duo Jesse y Joy (that’s...
  • McManus: Will Romney be the GOP's Dukakis?

    There's an old saying in Republican politics: Massachusetts produces only two exports — lobsters and liberals — and neither one travels well. That's what GOP strategists said in 1988 when then-Gov. Michael S. Dukakis was the Democratic...
  • Agnostic Paul Simon and his “Christian” album

     
      Religion News Service writer Kim Lawton has a story about Paul Simon's CD “So Beautiful or So What,” which has been hailed as one of the top Christian albums of the past year: (RNS) Paul Simon says there’s always been a spiritual...
  • Marc Cohn's words, music paired to perfection at Sellersville Theater

     
    Marc Cohn writes music that swirls through your soul, reaching parts of your heart that sometimes haven’t been awakened in years. He sings lyrics that are words you’ve thought in your head, but that never quite reached your lips. But......
  • Sundance: Critic Kenneth Turan spies some films to watch

     
    ‘Robot and Frank,’ starring Frank Langella, and the documentary ‘Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry’ are among the titles to keep an eye on as Sundance gets set to open....
  • Critic's Notebook: Steve Reich and Bang on a Can All-Stars

     
    Steve Reich celebrates his 75th birthday by performing his landmark "Clapping Music," and offering a hard, distorted version of his recent "2x5."...
  • Sundance party preview: Drake, Lizzie Olsen to hit the snow

     
    The Sundance Film Festival 2012 will be loaded with celebrity parties, and The Ministry has your guide. Get our lowdown on Sundance Film Festival parties featuring performances from Drake and cast parties for films like "Redlights," with Elizabeth Olsen...
  • Documentary on Paul Simon's 'Graceland' screens at Sundance

     
    A new documentary screening this week at Sundance, "Under African Skies" chronicles the making of Paul Simon's solo 1986 album, "Graceland," and seeks to resolve some of the political static that has long surrounded the work....
  • '21 Jump Street,' Bob Marley doc to premiere at SXSW

     
    The SXSW Film Festival announced its feature-film lineup, including "21 Jump Street" and a Bob Marley documentary....