Turnpike Troubadours Ready New Album ‘A Long Way From Your Heart’
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After more than a decade of working, and largely owning, the Red Dirt country circuit in Texas and Oklahoma, the Turnpike Troubadours’ moment of truth may be nearing. The hard-playing quintet’s most recent LP, 2015’s The Turnpike Troubadours, marked a true commercial breakthrough as it not only reached Number Three on the country charts, but even cracked the Top 20 of the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Turnpike Troubadours Ready New Album ‘A Long Way From Your...

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Daily Glixel: ‘Mario+Rabbids’ silly trailer, ‘Persona’ gets funky, Games for Change Day 2
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of today’s other gaming news. It’s Wednesday! We’re halfway through the workweek, so let’s celebrate with a silly new Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle trailer! Unless derpy anthropomorphic French rabbits aren’t your...

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Paul McCartney Plays Drums on Upcoming Foo Fighters LP
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Foo Fighters recruited Paul McCartney to play drums on one track from their upcoming ninth LP, Concrete This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Paul McCartney Plays Drums on Upcoming Foo Fighters...

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Jeff Sessions ‘Coming After’ Doctors, Pharmacists Getting Rich Off Opioid Epidemic
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday his new initiative to combat the country’s current opioid epidemic: a pilot program focused on cracking down on doctors and pharmacists who have contributed to the problem. In a speech he made at the Columbus Police Academy in Ohio, Sessions called the epidemic “the worst drug crisis” in history, and vowed to use “every tool we have” to This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Jeff Sessions ‘Coming After’ Doctors, Pharmacists Getting...

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Public Window Sex Is A Classic NYC Pastime, So Get Over It
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Complaints about people having sex in hotels somehow made the news today thanks to Ian Schrager’s new (apparently too) Public Hotel on the Lower East Side. According to the New York Post, elderly neighbors of the hot spot, which also boasts a downstairs dance club and rooftop bar, have been absolutely flabbergasted by the shameless displays of guests getting it on with the blinds open and up against the windows.  Of course, to them we say: get over it! We...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
MatchaPapi: Is Drake Trying To Be The New Gwyneth Paltrow?
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We always knew Drake was, at heart, a basic bitch. Let’s take a look at some evidence, shall we? He is forever making a fool of himself by pining over that fuckboy who will never reciprocate his feelings. And yes, Rihanna is most definitely a fuckboy. He drunk texts people he shouldn’t be drunk texting. And yes, we’re talking about J. Lo. He’s all “I wanna get a tattoo that means something,” and then goes and gets a tattoo that...

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‘Minecraft Story Mode’ Season 2 Dated, Season 1 Coming To Switch
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The second episode of the second season of Minecraft Story Mode will premiere August 15th, developer Telltale announced today. It will be available digitally for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS and Android. Titled “Giant Consequences,” episode two will follow main character Jesse to an “icy unknown,” after the events of the first episode introduced them to a foe with the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Minecraft Story Mode’ Season 2 Dated, Season 1 Coming To...

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‘Walden, a Game’ Creator Talks the Sublime, Life’s Tough Questions, Games
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In 1970, the British mathematician John Conway devised a fascinating set of rules for infinite pattern generation. These rules, when enacted on a two-dimensional grid of cells, each of which is either “populated” or “unpopulated,” can produce a staggering array of algorithmically interesting “organisms.” A universe of black and white creatures that seem to spontaneous emerge from these simple This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Walden, a Game’ Creator Talks the Sublime,...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
Meet Jacquees: Cash Money’s R&B Throwback Behind the Hit ‘B.E.D.’
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Jacquees’ randy ballad “B.E.D.” is charging up the charts – and he has an idea why. “The harmonies: that’s what it’s about,” the 23-year-old R&B singer born Rodriquez Broadnax tells Rolling Stone. “Like some Jodeci, Boyz II Men shit, the ghetto harmony – it’s like gospel, you still have the anoint-ance on it and the rejoiceful-ness, but we make it street.” Jacquees is This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Meet Jacquees: Cash Money’s R&B...

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‘Miami Vice’ Reboot Spearheaded by Vin Diesel in Works at NBC
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Nearly 30 years after Miami Vice last aired on television, the series could return to the small screen thanks to a reboot spearheaded by Vin Diesel. The Fast and the Furious franchise star and producer Chris Morgan, who penned six of the Fast & Furious films, will revive the series for This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Miami Vice’ Reboot Spearheaded by Vin Diesel in Works at...

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Lollapalooza’s Greatest Moments: Perry Farrell Looks Back
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Originally planned as a farewell tour for Jane’s Addiction, Lollapalooza went on to become one of the world’s biggest festivals. In the early Nineties, it was a literal traveling circus that paired the rising stars of alt-rock – including Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers – with the grotesque stunts This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lollapalooza’s Greatest Moments: Perry Farrell Looks...

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On the Charts: Lana Del Rey Edges Tyler, the Creator, Meek Mill for Number One
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Technical issues that delayed the arrival of the Billboard 200 couldn’t keep Lana Del Rey from opening at Number One as the singer’s This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: On the Charts: Lana Del Rey Edges Tyler, the Creator, Meek Mill for Number...

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Sleater-Kinney, R.E.M. Supergroup Play Forgotten Gig in ‘Despierta’ Clip
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Filthy Friends – the supergroup featuring Sleater-Kinney singer Corin Tucker, R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck, bassist Scott McCaughey, guitarist Kurt Bloch and drummer Linda Pitmon – released a charmingly lo-fi video for their song “Despierta.” In the clip, the quintet perform the rattling rocker to an audience of zero during a backyard gig. After realizing the time is “Filthy Friends o’clock,” a group of frantic fans pause their game of Uno and race through the woods, only to realize they’ve...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
SNES Classic Will Be Available For Pre-order This Month, Nintendo Confirms
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After a rocky couple of weeks revolving around its upcoming Super Nintendo Classic console and customer’s ability to pre-order them, Nintendo has confirmed it will be available for pre-order at various retailers later this month. The news comes after a faux pas a few week ago where Wal-Mart began canceling pre-orders, saying that it had set the pre-order page live by accident. Today, Nintendo posted on its official Facebook page confirming the console will be available via pre-order. In what...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
See Sara Evans’ Stormy ‘Marquee Sign’ Video
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A couple weeks after releasing her eighth studio album Words, Sara Evans has shared an official music video for the album’s lead single “Marquee Sign.”  The Peter Zavadil-directed clip, which takes the descriptor “cinematic” quite literally, finds Evans strutting outside an old-school movie theater in one shot and holding a cigarette while nursing a beer in another. Meanwhile, scenes of different women and up-to-no-good dudes (their t-shirts spell out hidden problems) flash in and out to illustrate the tale...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
Alan Jackson Extends 2017 Honky Tonk Highway Tour
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Alan Jackson is adding more miles to this year’s Honky Tonk Highway Tour, with new dates keeping the 2017 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee on the road until early November. The trek, which kicked off in January, will continue to feature special guest Lee Ann Womack, a longtime Jackson duet partner who has been treating audiences to previously unreleased songs and material from her upcoming album. The award-winning singer of such modern country classics as “Here in the Real...

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You’re Invited: Workout With GofG & STRONG By Zumba In Montauk This Weekend!
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Looking for a (free!) way to burn off all those lobster rolls out East this weekend? We have got the sweat sesh for you.  This weekend, Guest of a Guest and STRONG by Zumba are taking over Ruschmeyer’s with two hardcore HIIT classes hosted by Hamptons cool kids Jenné Lombardo and Joey Zauzig, followed by delicious, healthy bites from Bluestone Lane. And before you ask – no, this is NOT a dance class!  Kick off your Montauk mornings right and RSVP...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
The Best Ice Cream Sandwiches In NYC
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Because there is apparently a national holiday for everything good and pure in this world, today we celebrate the ultimate summertime treat: ice cream sandwiches. From DIY desserts to cookie crumbling creations, click through for some of NYC’s best....

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
Epic New Otis Redding Biography Sheds Light on the Singer’s Life and Times
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When Otis Redding died on December 10th, 1967, the 26-year-old was an R&B master cresting into superstardom. In June, he’d introduced his stun-gun soul to the Summer of Love crowd at Monterey Pop, alongside breakouts by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and the Who. And just three days before his twin-engine aircraft crashed into a Wisconsin lake, Redding finished “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay,” heralding a new chapter of his art. Released posthumously, it would become his only Number...

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Wednesday, 02 August 2017
Top 30 Stephen King Movies, Ranked
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Back in 1973, when Stephen King sold his first book Carrie to a publisher (the manuscript of which he’d originally thrown away, and was rescued by his wife Tabitha), the up-and-coming, already published author might have thought: I may actually be able to make it as a professional writer. He probably didn’t think: I will also eventually end up one of the big bestselling authors of the next few decades, a highly decorated man of letters, a brand-name – and a one-man...

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