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The Baltimore SunThe hype had been building all day — colorful T-shirts and jerseys adorned on festival-goers, large mouseheads proudly on display — and at 9:20 p.m., the West Stage was filled with fans and their glowsticks. They had come for deadmau5...
Shag Frenzy w/ Tiny Victories; 9 p.m., $5, Saturday, Sept. 17, Arch Street Tavern, 85 Arch St., Hartford, shagfrenzy.com Back in 2004, when Shag Frenzy first started, there was nothing like it in the area. The concept of an indie dance night didn't...
3 stars (out of 4) The first album in eight years from Gillian Welch and her longtime partner David Rawlings went through a difficult birth. The duo wrote and abandoned many songs before settling on the 10 that make up “The Harrow & the Harvest....
Tags: Depression, Bluegrass (genre), Gillian Welch
Richard L. “Tiny” Taylor, 55, Jenners, died Nov, 5, 2011, at his home. He was born Jan. 9, 1956, in Johnstown. Preceded in death by father, Richard Taylor and infant brother Jonathan. He is survived by his mother Betty (Smith), married to...
Not to say I didn't have to do any work for this week's blog, but somehow all of the websites and apps featured in this post were either brought to my attention by someone else at WGN or via Twitter. Check out these fun, cute and money-saving apps and...
Tags: Contracts, Groupon, Inc., Entertainment, Movies, WGN
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsDon't mess with a pregnant woman, especially when it comes to furnishing her nursery. The owner of a Wichita children's furniture store apparently never heard that warning. "I kind of panicked a little bit because I thought if we can't get a hold of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Fair Board and Jessamine County Saddle Club held their annual Hoof-a-Nanny show on July 15. The night started off with Lead Line, and the judges awarded each of the 18 participants first place. The rides were Houston Barnes on Sandy,...
"Burning Bluebeard": Just a few days after Christmas in 1903, the newly built Iroquois Theater on Randolph Street — an elaborate venue where the Oriental stands today— caught fire during a matinee performance of "Mr. Bluebeard," a spectacle...
HARRODSBURG — Who grills the best steaks or hamburgers? There might be an answer to that question at Kentucky’s Fort Harrod Beef Festival, set for Friday and Saturday at the Mercer County Fairgrounds.The festival begins at 5 p.m. Friday with...
My summer intern is not only much taller than me at 5'9", she is also coulrophobic. That's a fear of clowns. You can imagine how Rowena Li reacted on her first day at WGN, the historic television home of Bozo the Clown. The Northwestern University...
Lehigh Valley MusicIn less than 30 minutes on stage Friday at the Popped! Music Festival in Philadelphia, Brooklyn indie-rock band The Hold Steady played more great music than most bands manage in a full concert – including any of the other 11......
Pop & HissA series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... Sun Records in Memphis, Tenn., can legitimately claim bragging rights as ground zero for the Big Bang of rock 'n' roll in the 1950s,......
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