The Eagles have had an indelible impact on several decades’ worth of country music, so it’s perhaps surprising that the country-rockers have only scored one true country hit in the entire course of their career. “Lyin’ Eyes” is the iconic group’s only Top 10 country hit. “Lyin’ Eyes” — released in August of 1975 — was one
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It’s not unusual for eras or decades of the horror genre to be categorized by one overarching theme or style. The eighties have become synonymous for their boom in low-budget, often sleazy, slasher films inspired by the cornerstone slashers of the mid-to-late seventies. The horrors of the 50s reflected cultural fears of science creating new
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The US government is investigating a recent rash of mysterious health incidents reported by American diplomats and other government employees in Vienna, Austria. Some of the symptoms are similar to those first reported by US diplomats and spies in Havana, Cuba, in 2016 and 2017 for which no definitive cause has yet been determined. Some link this mysterious
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Eureka! A research team featuring dozens of scientists working in partnership with Google‘s quantum computing labs may have created the world’s first time crystal inside a quantum computer. This is the kind of news that makes me want to jump up and do a happy dance. These scientists may have produced an entirely new phase
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The September 2021 issue marks a new beginning for the global GQ brand. By Will Welch Photography by Daniel Jackson August 2, 2021 You may not know that there are 21 unique editions of GQ around the world. The original was established in the U.S. in 1957. Some three decades later, the spawning commenced, first
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Chris Young has announced a fall headlining tour in support of his new album Famous Friends. Titled after the LP, the Famous Friends Tour launches October 21st in Little Rock, Arkansas, and plays 13 shows into early December. Mitchell Tenpenny and Callista Clark will open the majority of dates. “Touring this summer and playing fairs
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Sony Picture Classics and Neon fared well in their small releases this week with Nine Days and Ailey respectively, running across 6 total locations in New York, Los Angeles and Irvine – both notching heavy per screen averages with the former leading to its wider release next week. Nine Days hit NYC (Angelika, AMC Lincoln Square)
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Bright Eyes have opted to postpone several indoor shows of their first headline tour in a decade, which began on July 29 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The announcement came hours before the band’s performance at New York City’s Forest Hills Stadium, with a statement on their email newsletter reading (via Stereogum): Due to the complications of
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Revealed at this year’s E3, we’ll be getting Mortal Shell‘s “The Virtuous Cycle” DLC later this month! Developer Cold Symmetry have announced that the DLC will arrive August 18th, and will also be coinciding with Mortal Shell’s debut on Steam. The Virtuous Cycle “reinvents your journey through Fallgrim and beyond as adversaries cycle and shuffle
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