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  • Top 50 Concerts of 2013: Classic acts and new, big venues and small, near and far, top the list

     
    The best concerts of 2013 for the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia region saw a resurgence and resilience of older acts. They saw the emergence of new acts. They took place in venues large and small, venerable and very new, near......
  • Top celebrity hangouts of '13: Paris Club at No. 1

    Top celebrity hangouts of '13: Paris Club at No. 1
    As if there was ever any doubt. Paris Club finished first in the “Top Celebrity Hangouts” rankings for the second year in a row, thanks in large part to its exclusive upstairs club, Studio Paris. This means the Melman siblings, R.J., Molly...
  • London Film Review: 'The Last Impresario'

    A gloriously English answer to "The Kid Stays in the Picture," "The Last Impresario" pays documentary tribute to a London theater and film producer whose life is just one happy ending short of a neatly scripted biopic arc. Triumphing over adversity,...
  • Peter Wolf talks: J. Geils Band singer says he plays solo tour to follow musical muse

     
    Peter Wolf is a music fan. So while he’s best known for his work as singer of the J. Geil Band and its 1980s hits “Centerfold” and “Freeze Frame,” don’t expect that to be all he does when he stops......
  • Van Zandt mashes up rock legacy with live show

    Van Zandt mashes up rock legacy with live show
    Steven Van Zandt — the 62-year-old guitarist for the E Street Band, a political activist who famously took action in the 1980s against the Sun City resort in South Africa and a late-in-life actor who played Silvio Dante on "The Sopranos" — is,...
  • Film Review: '12-12-12'

    Great chefs can take leftovers and dress them up with enough flourishes and new flavors to make entirely palatable new dishes, but even then, one never forgets that they're still leftovers. Directors Amir Bar-Lev and Charlie Lightening prove to be...
  • 'Walking Dead' Actor Joins James Brown Biopic 'Get on Up'

    "Walking Dead" and "Low Winter Sun" thesp Lennie James has joined the ensemble of the James Brown biopic "Get On Up," starring Chadwick Boseman. Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis are also on board with Tate Taylor directing. Pic follows Brown's rise...
  • 'The Mentalist': Simon Baker struts his Mick Jagger

    'The Mentalist': Simon Baker struts his Mick Jagger
    I know "Mentalist" fans are upset that CBS pulled a pivotal episode Sunday because football ran late. The episode has been rescheduled for this weekend, and it's a crucial one for fans who have followed the twisty Red John saga. On a much lighter note:...
  • L.A. Legit Review: 'The Black Suits'

    Not unlike the garage band it portrays, "The Black Suits" is rough around the edges but offers considerable charms. The new musical from Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Award nominee Joe Iconis ("Smash") would benefit from more script development and some...
  • Q&A: Trombone Shorty

    Q&A: Trombone Shorty
    Early in 2012, Trombone Shorty played one concert where he got so caught up watching the legendary players assembled onstage — Jeff Beck, B.B. King and Mick Jagger were among the musicians jamming with the New Orleans trombonist at the time —...
  • CMA Awards: Live coverage

    Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton are among the artists performing Wednesday night on the CMA Awards show from Nashville, and Pop & Hiss will be with you all night live blogging the festivities.  Here's...
  • 'Muscle Shoals' documentary explores hotbed of R&B, soul, rock hits

    'Muscle Shoals' documentary explores hotbed of R&B, soul, rock hits
    How does a novice filmmaker, and a documentary filmmaker at that, get access to some of the world’s biggest rock, pop and R&B stars for his inaugural low-budget project? That was relatively easy for Greg Camalier — he just chose a subject...