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  • Tracy K. Smith: Life after 'Mars'

    Tracy K. Smith: Life after 'Mars'
    Last year, Tracy K. Smith won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for "Life on Mars," an elegiac, philosophical exploration of grief, existence, science and faith. Written in an accessible, narrative style after the death of Smith's father, an optical...
  • Ex-Slut-Metallers Butcher Babies Amp Up the Excess in Wallingford

    Ex-Slut-Metallers Butcher Babies Amp Up the Excess in Wallingford
    Butcher Babies w/ Marilyn Manson. $39.50, 8 p.m., Jan. 25. Oakdale Theatre, 95 South Turnpike Rd, Wallingford, oakdale.com   You have not experienced discomfort until you're about to ask two women — two strangers — about electrical tape....
  • Hard-rocking new Prince song 'Screwdriver' appears online

    Hard-rocking new Prince song 'Screwdriver' appears online
    Add Prince to the growing group of veteran artists releasing new songs seemingly out of nowhere. Like David Bowie and Justin Timberlake before him, the Purple One sprang a new tune -- in this case, a tight little fuzz-rock delight titled "Screwdriver"...
  • 7 Below, a New Phish Tribute Band, Plays Hartford's Arch Street Tavern

    7 Below, a New Phish Tribute Band, Plays Hartford's Arch Street Tavern
    7 Below Jan. 12, 8 p.m., Arch Street Tavern, 85 Arch St., Hartford, (860) 246-7610, archstreettavern.com   Phish is a band of overachievers, adept at making what they do seem easy. They’ll jump on trampolines (less often now than in previous...
  • David Bowie messes with mystery in 'Where Are We Now?'

    David Bowie messes with mystery in 'Where Are We Now?'
    The fact that David Bowie managed to secretly record his first full album in 10 years suggests that the glam-rock pioneer, who turned 66 on Tuesday, remains a mystery even in the age of Twitter. The seemingly inevitable leak of pre-release music —...
  • Bowie Producers Say New Album Two Years In The Making

    Bowie Producers Say New Album Two Years In The Making
    The surprise return of David Bowie, who on Tuesday released the new song “Where Are We Now?” on his  66th birthday, came as no surprise to longtime producer and collaborator Tony Visconti.  In an interview with the BBC, he revealed he and...
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce April 16 release of new album, 'Mosquito'

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce April 16 release of new album, 'Mosquito'
    David Bowie and Justin Timberlake aren't the only musicians returning to active duty this spring. Just days after debuting two new songs at a show at the Glass House in Pomona, New York's Yeah Yeah Yeahs announced Monday that they'll release an album,...
  • Black Sabbath's US Tour of '78, Best Selling Classic Rock Tshirt

    Black Sabbath's US Tour of '78, Best Selling Classic Rock Tshirt
    UK music retailer HMV lists a reissue of Black Sabbath’s US Tour 1978 t-shirt as the top-selling classic rock t-shirt of 2012, Britain’s The Independent reports. Artists whose logos or likeness appeared on most UK kids’ chests last...
  • New on the scene: Logan Square

    New on the scene: Logan Square
    Over the past few years, Logan Square has become more and more of a magnet for bar and restaurant owners looking to set up shop—and a flurry of new openings this fall and winter have only cemented this status. Here's a close-up look at one recent...
  • Local restaurateur wins 'Chef Race'

    Local restaurateur wins 'Chef Race'
    Stan Frazier can't cook in silence. Depending on his mood, tunes ranging from David Bowie to Slayer and Madonna to Bill Evans can be heard pouring out of his two-story home in Newport Beach. "I need to have music playing when I'm involved in the craft...
  • World AIDS Day events in Chicago

    World AIDS Day events in Chicago
    You might not have plans to swing by a ritzy charity event at Bono's house for World AIDS Day Saturday, Dec. 1, but that doesn't mean you can't do your part from Chicago. Get tested, donate to a homeless youth shelter that helps LGBT young people with...
  • Hot wax on Black Friday

    Hot wax on Black Friday
    April's Record Store Day brought forth a celebration of indie record stores across the country. Music labels released hundreds of exclusive titles to wave the flag in support of mom-and-pop vinyl shops. There will be far fewer exclusive vinyls at Radio-...