Summerland Tour: Everclear, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Lit, Marcy Playground
Wednesday, July 18
Better than: Watching Empire Records on basic cable.
We make the "remember the '90s" joke around these parts a fair amount, but this week the alt-rock strain of that decade has been stu ... More >>
Today's fast-paced drag-queen superstars break all the rules.
No longer are they in love with wonderfully kinky CEOs, go-go boys, hairstylists, or big, scary pimps.
RuPaul, in fact, says the love of his life is a dude who lives on a ranch in Wyoming.
Juggal-uh-ohs will never dieYesterday, Charlie Sheen took to Twitter to confirm that the Access Hollywood creature would be hosting one night of this year's 12th annual Gathering of the Juggalos. Soonafter Sheen's four-million followers learned that Sheen is Down with the Clown, Psychopathic Records ... More >>
Putting the boys of Jersey Shore on the cover of The Village Voice's Queer Issue is apparently a big deal! I mean, we didn't think anything of it when it happened, and given those now-classic So Gay They Make You Go "Hmm" photos, we didn't think anybody would think much of it, either, other t ... More >>
Smithfield Foods has posted its first quarterly profit since the swine flu outbreak more than a year ago led to a steep decline in sales. The Chinese and Russian ban on pork product imports may also soon be lifted.
[Wall Street Journal]
Marines can finally satisfy their hankering for the Ara ... More >>
So first the Providence proto-folk band picked up the unlikely endorsement of Brian Williams, kicking off the newsman's "BriTunes" program in a kind of deadpan surrealist interview. Then a cross-dressed John McCauley was a surprise guest on a St. Louis stage, randomly filling in for King Khan ... More >>
--Them Crooked Vultures surprised fans by playing Belgium's Pukkelpop music festival yesterday (check out fan reports here). The band played the second stage between sets by Beirut and Wilco. The night before, the Dave Grohl/Josh Homme/John Paul Jones supergroup played their second gig at a s ... More >>