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Chris Stapleton has pushed two scheduled shows at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena back to December, per doctor’s orders. This Thursday’s (Oct. 21) concert in Cincinnati is also being postponed. The news comes four days after the singer and CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee rescheduled a show for Sioux Falls, S.D. Stapleton has laryngitis and isn’t
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The realm of fantasy has always enticed Xenia Rubinos. Ever since her exuberant 2013 debut Magic Trix, the New York singer-songwriter’s dizzying concoction of punk, hip-hop, and jazz seemed to spring from a world of endless possibilities as her storytelling carried a hint of the surreal. Though proud of her Puerto Rican and Cuban heritage,
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With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit.
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LeBron James may be Nike’s billion-dollar man, but the guy still loves incredibly expensive designer sneakers … ’cause the NBA superstar rocked $1,000 Prada shoes on his way to the Lakers game on Wednesday. LBJ went full Bruce Wayne as he made his way to Staples Center for the season opener against the Golden State
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Intertops Casino has been around far longer than most of the online casinos we have around today.1996 is a long time ago, it was the time people were still attached to traditional casinos. Intertops came to change things with easy navigation, collections of games, a legit licence and of course its large jurisdiction. Although there
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It’s a great day to believe a lie. Freedom fighter Travis Tritt made a pair of appearances on right-wing talk shows this week after publicly declaring that he would not perform concerts in venues that require Covid-19 vaccination, masks or even testing. Naturally, he cited fellow anti-lockdown crusader Eric Clapton for lighting the path forward.
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Edgar Wright‘s (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver) new psychological horror movie Last Night in Soho (read Joe’s review) is finally on the way soon, being released in theaters by Focus Features on October 29. Last Night in Soho takes us back to London’s Soho district during the Swinging Sixties, with Thomasin McKenzie starring as a fashion designer who uncovers a
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Deerhoof are releasing their new album, Actually, You Can, this Friday (October 22) via Joyful Noise Recordings. Today, they’ve shared one final single from it, ‘Be Unbarred, O Ye Gates of Hell’, which follows previous entries ‘Scarcity Is Manufactured’, ‘Plant Thief’, and ‘Department of Corrections’. Check out the track’s Geoff Hoskinson-directed visual below. “Maya Angelou once said,
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October 20, 2021 Teaser Trailer: I Love Lucy Biopic Coming To Amazon Prime Starring Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem, Jake Lacy, J.K. Simmons, Nina Arianda, Tony Hale, and Alia Shawkat Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) are threatened by shocking personal accusations, a political smear and cultural taboos in Academy Award®-winning writer and director
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While Playmates created hundreds of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures throughout the 1990s, the highlight was their Universal Monsters crossover that imagined the turtles as Universal’s iconic horror characters. In 1993, Playmates released Leonardo as The Wolfman, Raphael as The Mummy, Michaelangelo as Frankenstein’s Monster, and Donatello as Dracula, documents Universal Monsters Universe, further
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Indiana-based produced Jlin has announced a new EP called Embryo, which is set for release on December 10 via Planet Mu. The 4-track project opens with the title track, which Jlin wrote for the Chicago-based ensemble Third Coast Percussion. Third Coast Percussion will share their version of ‘Embryo’ next year, but Jlin’s rendition is out today.
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Twenty-two years ago today, on Oct. 19, 1999, Keith Urban‘s debut solo album was released. The self-titled record marked Urban’s worldwide launch as a solo artist. Previously, Urban had released another self-titled solo album in 1991, but only in Australia, as well as an album in 1997, The Ranch (later re-released and re-named Keith Urban in the Ranch), with
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With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit.
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