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Touring in support of his self-titled record, Davey Suicide will be making a New York tour stop at Webster Hall . Along with Orgy, Vampires Everywhere! and My Parasites, Suicide will take the stage for this 16+ Studio At Webster Hall performance on
About 17,000 fans packed Wellington waterfront yesterday for Homegrown. For the sixth straight year, the all-New Zealand music festival sold out, with punters clogging the six stages to hear their favourite Kiwi bands. The concert kicked off at 1pm
Thursday, February 21, 2013 Film Kickstarter Alert: Seth Christian's Film Discover Kasper , With The Golden Sounds' Todd Evans Posted by Jack Silverman on Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 6:30 AM This is a story of a guy who's bitter...There are many short films
If you are lucky enough to live in Dallas you can catch him live February, 24 at The House of Blues Dallas for the My Name in Lights competition and also see him March, 1st live at Victory Tavern. February 18, 2013 2012 was an incredible year
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel In Reeling for the Empire , one of the eight stories in Karen Russell's Vampires in the Lemon Grove , a young woman pines for adventure in a rapidly changing 19th-century Japan. Falling for the dubious charms of a "
The weirdest flick of the week is this Gothic fantasy for teenage girls...Gothic copycat: It had been hoped that Beautiful Creatures would become a replacement for Twilight She's a beautiful and enigmatic outsider (Alice Englert).
Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves , helped garner her the prestigious 5 Under 35 award from the National Book Foundation, and its follow-up, the novel Swamplandia! , was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2012 (the year the board made the
It's easy to see that Jay Ryan's portrayal of the larger than life character, Vincent, is the best Beast we've ever seen! Take away the makeup and the special effects and Jay is actually one handsome beast! But how did this handsome guy prep for his
Story Laureen Harper, honourary chairwoman of the NAC Gala in support of Canada's next generation of performing artists mingles with guest during a reception at the National Art Centre in Ottawa. File photo: April 10, 2009 Special to the Globe and
Michael Lionstar) In Karen Russell's debut novel Swamplandia! (2011), loss propels the story forward. The book, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, follows a family that runs an alligator-wrestling theme park on an island in the Florida