‘The Book of Henry’ Review: Boy Meets Girl, Ends Up in WTF Tearjerker-Thriller
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Question: How do you deal with a bad movie made with complete and utter sincerity? Answer: Better than you do with cynical product solely motivated by box office. The Book of Henry starts well, begins flirting with absurdity in the middle – and ends in crashing disaster. But the feeling persists that director Colin Treverrow believes every word in the shambles of a 20-year-old This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘The Book of Henry’ Review: Boy Meets Girl, Ends Up...

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Inside The Glass House 10th Anniversary Summer Party
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Last weekend, The Glass House celebrated their 10th Anniversary with their annual Summer Party! Guests strolled the expansive 49-acre property while enjoying multiple exhibits, including; Julian Schnabel: “Paintings that I hope Philip and David would like,” an intimate survey showcasing Julian Schnabel’s prolific painting career, as well as the Robert Indiana: One Through Zero sculpture installation. Visitors also enjoyed lawn games, music, and a special auction of contemporary...

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‘America’s War on Drugs’: Inside New Miniseries Exposing Hypocrisy of U.S. Drug Policy
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There’s a great moment in the new History channel miniseries, America’s War on Drugs, when a former DEA agent named Celerino Castillo explains why America’s crusade to purge drugs from the world is doomed to fail: “America is more addicted to drug money than they are addicted to drugs.” After risking his life going undercover in the 1980s, Castillo had been disillusioned – quite a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘America’s War on Drugs’: Inside New Miniseries...

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Dr. Dre Donates $10 Million for Compton High School Arts Center
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Dr. Dre gave $10 million to help build a performing arts center at the new Compton High School in his hometown neighborhood of Compton, Los Angeles. Compton High School students and members of the community will have access to the performing arts center. It will feature state-of-the-art equipment and facilities This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Dr. Dre Donates $10 Million for Compton High School Arts...

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See Brett Eldredge’s Swaggering ‘Superhero’ on ‘CMT Instant Jam’
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Las Vegas is a town built on the unexpected so it was the perfect place for Brett Eldredge to pull off an epic surprise for fans, as seen in the latest installment of CMT Instant Jam. The one-hour show, filmed at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, features a high-energy live performance from the “Something I’m Goot At” singer, plus a behind-the-scenes look at the coming-together of the pop-up show. The latest CMT Instant Jam premieres Friday, June...

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Bono Celebrates ‘Archangel of Hip’ Jay Z in Songwriters Hall of Fame Nod
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Bono, Quincy Jones, Andre 3000, Chance the Rapper and more honored Jay Z‘s legacy of music and lyrics after he became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The honorary remarks were collected on the Jay Z-helmed streaming service, Tidal. Bono referred to Jay Z as the “archangel of hip” and praised the rapper’s vivid lyrical style. “He reported what he saw and what he felt and he took us with him. Most of us first heard...

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Katy Perry: ‘All the Awards That I’ve Won Are Fake’
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Katy Perry is embracing her rebirth into the celebrity realm with faith and fervor. In a new feature with The New York Times, published Wednesday, the outspoken pop star denounced the ways in which validation so often drives the entertainment industry. “All the awards shows are fake, and all the awards that I’ve won are fake,” she said. “They’re constructs.” Over the years, Perry has amassed an impressive number of awards, including five American Music Awards, five Billboard Music Awards,...

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Jack White’s Third Man Records Signs Country Purist Joshua Hedley
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In November, Rolling Stone Country spotlighted country purist Joshua Hedley as a new country artist worth hearing. Now, he’s the latest country music addition to Jack White’s Third Man Records. Hedley signed to the label earlier this week. A fixture on Nashville’s Lower Broadway, particularly the live-music outpost Robert’s Western World, Hedley has been performing live since before he was 11 years old and has been the go-to sideman for artists like Justin Townes Earle and Jonny Fritz. “So many...

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The Supermodel’s Guide To New York
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Who doesn’t want to live like Kendall or Gigi for a day? We may not be able give you their long legs, but we can show you their favorite spots around New York City! Catch the hottest supermodels eating, sweating, and partying at these local spots – when they’re not owning runways in Paris, that is....

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Hear Anthony D’Amato, Josh Ritter Cover ‘This Land Is Your Land’
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For American artists travelling abroad in the wake of the presidential election, there have been more questions lobbed their way than answers: Why? How? And what’s next? Anthony D’Amato felt this heavily as he began his European tour in January, backstage at his first show while the local crew approached him perplexed – it was the day of the inauguration, and the beginning of a wave of confusion and chaos that now accompanies the Trump presidency.  When he arrived back...

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Why Babadook Is the Perfect Symbol for Gay Pride
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When it premiered in 2014, The Babadook already seemed destined to become a quiet cult classic. Australian director Jennifer Kent’s debut feature – a psychological horror story that is equal parts The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and The Amityville Horror – was a refreshing entry into the genre. It eschewed cheap jump scares and machete-wielding serial killers, instead unnerving audiences with a more realistic terror that hit much closer to home. The film tells the story of Amelia Vanek, a...

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Conor McGregor Vs. Floyd Mayweather Superfight: Everything We Know So Far
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Details about the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor boxing match on Aug. 26th have poured in since Wednesday’s monumental fight announcement, and now the picture of what the fight is going to look like has become much more clear. After months of teases and questions, the highly anticipated clash between unbeaten boxing sensation Mayweather and UFC champion McGregor was made official, setting up what’s likely to be one of the grandest spectacles in sporting history. #Boxing & #UFC collide in...

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Moog Forum

Hey, I know this doesn’t get much play around here nowadays, but I tried doing the octave mod drop on my Realistic Concertmate Moog (for some reason the forum won’t let me use the model number), both by trying the switch method and the resistor replacement, based on what I ‘ve seen at the Moog forums and MuffWiggler. I’ve followed directions, tried various resistors from 50-70k, and no luck. Most of them just modify it by a half-step to a...

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100 Greatest Country Artists of All Time
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When putting together this ranking of country music’s all-time greats, we looked to movie criticism for inspiration. For decades Citizen Kane topped nearly every list as the greatest film ever made, but with time, some started to realize that, hey, just maybe The Godfather is the better picture. Likewise, we reevaluated exactly where Hank Williams fits into country music, the true influence of Merle Haggard, and if an artist as clearly in the pop realm as Taylor Swift deserves inclusion....

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Hear Macklemore’s Inspiring New Song With Skylar Grey, ‘Glorious’
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Macklemore unveiled a celebratory new song, “Glorious,” that is set to appear on his forthcoming solo album. The track features guest vocals from Skylar Grey and production from longtime collaborator Josh “Budo” Karp with help from Tyler Dopps. “Glorious” has rapid percussion and an energizing piano loop. Macklemore unravels a torrent of lyrics that complement Grey’s gospel-tinged hook. “Glorious” is an ode to fresh starts and embracing life. Throughout the song, Macklemore mixes...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Donnie Wahlberg on 10 Things You Forgot About Lakers, Celtics Rivalry
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Few sports rivalries are as storied as Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams have been separated, historically, in just about every category imaginable. The Lakers of the Sixties and Seventies were spearheaded by the twin stars of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor. Though Bill Russell was indisputably the head of the early Celtics, their style – predicated on smothering defense and fast-break basketball – was far more team-oriented than their Hollywood rivals. It worked, too: The Celtics...

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Is This The Chicest Hotel In The World?
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Some things in life really are just black and white, like the fact that monochromatic anything will always be cooler than colorful. Consider, for example, Singapore’s Hotel Mono, an expertly designed boutique lodging that offers a simple, yet undeniably chic, escape from the city’s lively hustle and bustle. Set within six converted shop houses, the Chinatown getaway features original details, such as built-in air wells and Rococo-era windows, but it’s the decidedly modern decor that puts it on the map....

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Flashback: Nirvana Hit Chicago On The ‘Bleach’ Tour In 1989
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When Nirvana’s Bleach hit record stores 28 years ago today, not a single person in the industry saw it as the debut effort by a band that would change the world. The top album in the country that week was The Raw & The Cooked by Fine Young Cannibals, followed by the Beaches soundtrack at #2. “I’ll Be Loving You (Forever)” by New Kids On The Block was the top single, though Richard Marx was about to knock it out...

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Dennis Rodman Gives President Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ to North Korean Leaders
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During his fifth trip to North Korea, former pro-basketball player Dennis Rodman gifted North Korean leaders with President Trump‘s 1987 book, The Art of the Deal. The book famously details Trump’s negotiation tactics in business. According to the Washington Post, Rodman gave the book to North Korea Sports Minister Kim Il Guk with the intention of him giving it to President Kim Jong Un. “All of you guys should be proud of yourselves, because, you know, a lot of people don’t...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
See Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg Extend Fatherly Feud in ‘Daddy’s Home 2’
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Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg grapple with their own daddy issues in the goofy new trailer for Daddy’s Home 2. The sequel to the 2015 family comedy opens November 10th. In the new movie, Ferrell and Wahlberg reprise their roles as Dusty and Brad and their step-dad detente is tested when their extended families converge for a big Christmas party. Mel Gibson co-stars as Dusty’s gruff, macho and estranged father, while John Lithgow plays Brad’s overly affectionate pops. The new trailer...

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