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  • Benjamin Booker an earth-shaking upstart

    Benjamin Booker an earth-shaking upstart
    Benjamin Booker's self-titled debut album brims with feral blues-punk songs sung in a raw, grainy voice that sounds like it belongs to a 60-year-old soul survivor rather than a fresh-faced, 25-year-old upstart. Only a year ago, Booker was working at a coffee shop and had just started playing an electric guitar in public for the first time.
  • CBS sued over unpaid internships at 'Late Show With David Letterman'

    CBS sued over unpaid internships at 'Late Show With David Letterman'
    A former unpaid intern at “Late Show With David Letterman” has filed a class-action suit accusing CBS and Letterman’s production company, Worldwide Pants, of violating minimum-wage and overtime laws.   Mallory Musallam’s lawsuit,...

    Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff

    Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff
    Alynda Lee Segarra is a twenty-something feminist singer-songwriter with a very old soul. The Americana artist is her own woman, all the while drawing on a mix of vintage and contemporary influences including Robert Johnson, the Carter Family, Townes...

    SAG-AFTRA Board Approves New Movie-TV Contract, Triggering Ratification Vote

    SAG-AFTRA's national board has approved the tentative deal with production companies for a three-year master contract covering movie and primetime TV work. Saturday's action by the performers union board triggers a ratification vote by the 165,000 SAG-...

    Are The Orwells rock's next big thing?

    Are The Orwells rock's next big thing?
    On an April Tuesday afternoon, a big black van rolled through the streets of Elmhurst. It might have been rented for a prom by a group of friends. It might have contained a baseball team headed to a game. Then it stopped at Dominic Corso's home and...