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David Arquette buys iconic Hollywood strip club Crazy Girls
Hot property: David Arquette 'buys iconic Hollywood strip club Crazy Girls with plans to turn it into an upscale burlesque venue' After enjoying success with some of Hollywood's hippest venues, he's now set to take over Tinseltown's most iconic strip club.
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My disabled festival diary
Music fan Eileen Hutchinson has rheumatoid arthritis but she was determined - with a bit of help, planning and the correct facilities - to live it up at this year's Leeds Festival.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
The Aiken Standard
Other views: Labor costs weighing down Postal Service
There is even more bad financial news for the U.S. Postal Service, according to a report recently released by the agency's Office of Inspector General.
Scene and Heard: Music News from the 206 and Beyond
This is very necessary: In the Red Records is doing a vinyl reissue of Boredom and Terror , the 2004 debut album by 2011 Stranger Genius Award winners the Intelligence .
Sean Penn's 'The Indian Runner' kicks off film series in Stamford
The Avon Theatre in downtown Stamford, Conn., again will play host to a free movie series run in collaboration with Sacred Heart University's Film and Television Masters Program.
11 Artists You Need To Know For The Rest Of 2014
Summer's unofficially over, but a variety of artists used the last few months to get their name out there.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
John Peel would have been 75 on Saturday. How fitting, then, that the East End Social - the community-engaged segment of the Glasgow 2014 cultural programme - climaxed that very day with so many direct links to the legendary DJ.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Bayport BBQ right up Memphis musician's alley
The Real-Phonic Radio Hour knows its roots-rock talent, so when organizers chose John Paul Keith, the Memphis guitarist and songwriter, to close out their 2013-14 season at the James J. Hill Center in St. Paul last spring, hopes were high.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Is a rise in blue eyes because we find them attractive? Scientists...
Is a rise in blue eyes because we find them attractive? Scientists believe colour has usurped brown as most dominant because they are 'like the peacock's tail' All eyes in the country were once brown, but a study revealed they are now 48 per cent blue, 30 per cent green and 22 per cent brown.
The Morning Call
Top 3 Pop: 'The Leftovers' finalem, album from The Kooks, 'Houdini' mini-series
Harry Houdini came from humble beginnings as an Eastern European immigrant named Erich Weiss.
The Fresno Bee
Labor costs weighing down Postal Service
There is even more bad financial news for the U.S. Postal Service, according to a report released last week by the agency's Office of Inspector General.
Linn's Stamp News
USPS 2014 stamp yearbook pre-orders begin
A Circus souvenir sheet available only in the United States Postal Service's 2014 stamp yearbook will include designs similar to these two previous U.S. stamps.
Download "Mother's Touch" by Maitland from a Key Studio Session
Maitland is singer, songwriter and guitarist Josh Hines. Originally from Williamsport, PA, Hines now calls Philly home.
Why my dad was cinema's Mr Mean by Steve McQueen's son
On screen, Steve McQueen was the King of Cool. With his blond hair, blazing blue eyes and chiselled features, his face was more eloquent than any of the lines written for him in hit movies such as The Great Escape, Bullitt, Getaway and The Thomas Crown Affair.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Kiwi legends embark on a farewell tour - maybe
If ever a band could be described as "sneakily vital," it's The Clean. As the best-known export from New Zealand's esteemed Flying Nun record label, the Kiwi garage popsters became one of the more influential indie acts of the '80s - despite taking most of the decade off.
Gliceryn's Dirty Rock Fills The Hamptons
As Labor Day Weekend approaches, " Dirty Rock" is filling the beaches of the Hamptons.
The Baltimore Sun
All Time Low guitarist jumps into bar industry with The Rockwell
When the bar Vale Tudo changed its name to The Rockwell in June, part of the reason was to have a name better reflect the club's "rock 'n' roll image."
Biblical opening Death From Above 1979 tour
Toronto heavy psych outfit Biblical have been added as support to the previously discussed Death From Above 1979 tour .
Ryan Keberle covers his collaborator Sufjan Stevens on new LP
Trombonist Ryan Keberle has played as a member of Sufjan Stevens ' Age of Adz band, St. Vincent & David Byrne 's band, and appeared with Sufjan, Bryce Dessner and Nico Muhly at their Planetarium shows .
Cambridge Evening News
The Kooks announce Cambridge Corn Exchange gig
Taking a swerve into more R'n'B beats of late, The Kooks are set to return to Cambridge on the back of their fourth album, Listen, out on Monday, September 1. The Brighton four-piece, led by winklepicker wearing, curly haired frontman Luke Pritchard, will play Cambridge Corn Exchange on Tuesday, November 18. Having gone a bit funk recently, the ... (more)