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1 hr ago | The Stranger
At Chop Suey's Devo Cover Night this Friday, December 6, multiple acts will pay tribute to the band known for its vastly weird, squeakily instrumented, discordantly rhythmed, robot-soaked, post-punk musical happenings, whose members dressed in costumes so ridiculous, they looked like sci-fi figurines.
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3 hrs ago | DM Review
It is difficult to translate a software development methodology to data warehousing, but it can be done.
8 hrs ago | ChartAttack
On December 1, 1978, legendary Toronto promoters the Garys threw their last punk show at the Horseshoe Tavern.
14 hrs ago | Online Scene
This year on Boxing Day it will have been 22 years since the dissolution of the Soviet Union; it seems like a lot has changed.
Polk on Music Week is the opportunity to randomly discover bands I would probably have never heard.
Things to do in Newcastle and the North East tonight - whether you like gigs, art or comedy, we've got it covered This classic story tells the tale of Cinderella, her bossy ugly step sisters, an evil wicked stepmother and a handsome Prince Charming.
Pavel Dmitrichenko, the dancer accused of orchestrating an acid attack on a theater superior, was sentenced Tuesday to serve six years in prison.
To the chagrin of those in the Obama administration, the government lost a hard-fought legal effort to ban compensation for those giving bone marrow for transplant.
Just as the Twin Cities started to get their first real blast of winter Tuesday night, Jimmy Buffett turned up the heat and transformed St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center into a massive island beach party.
Stop by Equator Coffees at Proof Lab Surf Shop in Mill Valley from 11 a.m. to noon Dec. 7 for a free home brewers event with coffee expert and barista trainer Devorah Freudiger.
A Moscow court on Tuesday was due to pronounce the verdict in the trial of Bolshoi soloist accused of masterminding an acid attack on the company's artistic director Sergei Filin.
Darrell Dexter clutches a document emblazoned with the Ships Start Here slogan and shares a laugh with Jim Irving, CEO of Irving Shipbuilding, as they prepare for a jobs training press conference at the Irving Shipyards last year.
The market is sometimes a weird place. Take, for instance, what happened with Take Two Interactive a couple of days ago.