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  • Hugh Laurie loosens up in continued visit to house of American music

    Hugh Laurie loosens up in continued visit to house of American music
    To put Hugh Laurie's two albums in the context with which he's most associated, 2011's "Let Them Talk" was like the pilot episode of a television series: With handsomely arranged renditions of standards such as "After You've Gone" and "St. James...
  • Tiny hamster chows down on tiny burritos

    Tiny hamster chows down on tiny burritos
    The video showing “Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos” lives up to its titleĀ  and does not disappoint. A “chef” carefully crafts the tiny burrito and serves it on a tiny dining table to the tiny hamster, who daintily consumes it....
  • Drink this: Whiskey Sour

    Drink this: Whiskey Sour
    Whiskey sour: At most bars, such a standard drink would be unmemorable. But at Tiny Lounge, a sleek cocktail spot in North Center, the $10 whiskey sour is worthy of attention. A concoction of Rittenhouse rye, lemon juice and house-made simple syrup, it'...
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  • Nominees for the Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards Announced

    Nominees for the 35th annual Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards were announced today, honoring excellence in television and media content from around the globe. Nominees in the Serial Drama category, which is currently a shortlist of 25 entries,...
  • Monica Lewinsky, isn't it time to leave the humiliation behind?

    Monica Lewinsky, isn't it time to leave the humiliation behind?
    There’s no way around it. The Clintons, as everybody and her mother has pointed out, have baggage. Lots of it. More than any other American political family at this point. And their baggage is relevant at this point for one reason alone: Hillary may...
  • Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron find common ground in 'West'

    Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron find common ground in 'West'
    The day after the premiere of their new comedy, "A Million Ways to Die in the West" — and an after-party that rolled on until 4 a.m. — Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron were each recovering in their own ways. He slept in and ate a grilled...
  • Todd Sickafoose to premiere 'Bear Proof' at the Blue Whale

    An in-demand bassist who studied under Charlie Haden and has performed with a rich roster of talents that includes Ani DiFranco, Andrew Bird, Nels Cline and Scott Amendola, Todd Sickafoose's knotted and lovely 2008 album, "Tiny Resistors," was one of...
  • REVIEW: Modest Mouse modestly successful at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks in Bethlehem

     
    Modest Mouse front man Isaac Brock at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks on Wednesday Photos by Brian Hineline/Special to The Morning Call Indie rock is, by definition, music that’s outside the mainstream, and perhaps not intended to reach everyone or even...
  • Jewish Mother club in Virginia Beach is closed, sources say [UPDATE 12:15 p.m. March 4]

    Jewish Mother club in Virginia Beach is closed, sources say [UPDATE 12:15 p.m. March 4]
    The Jewish Mother in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach closed this week due to financial problems. The future of the live music venue is in question. The following was posted on the club's Facebook page on Tuesday: "The rumors are in fact true. The...
  • Where does the South begin?

    Ever wonder just where the South starts? I used to think I knew: at the bottom of Cantrell Hill here in little old Little Rock, Ark., for every morning I leave the highlands and pines, and wind on downtown, where the hardwoods and Dixie start. It starts...
  • Concert Review: Paul Williams makes dreams come true

    Concert Review: Paul Williams makes dreams come true
    Van Morrison, the famously moody singer-songwriter, once grew annoyed with an interviewer's questions about his craft. "Nobody asks a bricklayer about laying bricks," he protested. "Why ask me about writing songs? There's no difference." Perhaps there...