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Plus, a local protest Downtown for the Global Day of Action Against Torture.
Bassist Ron Wells talks the band's new album and getting crowds rowdy.
Will Smoke + Mirrors live up to Night Visions' glory?
Wilmore is a confident host, funny and engaged with the subject matter.
“I can’t keep up with what’s going on. I have no idea. We have no plan. It’s management by haphazard luck.”
In this showgirl’s world, the Super Bowl of all debates is over which city is better.
From Super Summer Theatre to Las Vegas Little Theatre, and everything in between.
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It’s all so good that you likely won’t fixate on how removed it sounds from the calculated, baroque and wistful Belle and Sebastian of old.
The album sounds massive from a recording standpoint, with layer upon layer of sounds and styles piled within each song in a way that would ...
Bingham is a world-weary journeyman, playing roots music that’s equally comforting and fragile.
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