RHOA Producers Desperate to Have Kenya Moore’s Estranged Husband Appear on Season 12 Reunion: “Marc Wants Nothing to Do with Her”

Kenya Moore and husband Marc Daly confirmed their separation a few months ago, but Real Housewives of Atlanta producers are working hard to get them back together—for reunion show purposes only, of course. Kenya’s return to the show and Marc’s first full RHOA season has unfortunately captured the breakdown of their relationship. A source tells Radar Online that producers are hoping Marc agrees to show up for the reunion taping and openly discuss the strained marriage. Daly has reportedly been cr...
Tags: Reality TV, TV, Celebs, Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kenya, Rhoa, Eva, Daly, Nene, Marc, Kenya Moore, Gregg Leakes

‘Piano man’ knows how to work a San Fernando Valley waiting room

Paul “The Piano Man” Martin changed up his weekly volunteer visit with a Holiday Carol Singalong at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills. Paul “The Piano Man” Martin leads a Holiday Carol Singalong at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 with volunteer David Perlin, as Santa. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) Nurses Carmen Salvador, Rosalie Diaz and Beverly Foronda sing Christmas songs as Paul “The Piano Ma...
Tags: Music, Christmas, Sport, Hospital, Hospitals, Things To Do, Soccer, Santa, Local News, Providence, San Fernando Valley, Perlin, Mission Hills, Mancia, Dennis McCarthy, David Perlin

BFLAME – “Flamed Up” (Album)

“Flamed Up“, the new album and masterpiece by Kentucky based artist BFLAME showcasing his unique internal direction of lyrical tones and artistic abilities.
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Mc Lyfe – “Like This” (Video)

Taking aim at all his critics, “Like This” is the new video by Inland Empire’s very own Mc Lyfe off his second album “Lyfe Support” dropping on Jan. 18th.
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BFLAME – “Flame Up”

Coming with the raw Kentucky sound, “Flame Up” is the lead video off of BFLAME’s new album “Flamed Up“.
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London Concert Added to 2020 Tour

Jimmy Buffett has added a tour stop in the United Kingdom for his Fall swing through Europe that also includes shows in Dublin and Paris. London, UK Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 London Palladium Tickets go on sale December 20th through See all of the 2020 tour dates announced so far here.
Tags: Europe, Music, London, United Kingdom, Dublin, Tour Dates, Jimmy Buffett, Paris London UK

Jason Moran Exhibition Catalogue

First published to accompany Jason Moran’s exhibit at the Walker Art Center in 2018, this 272 page book marks the first in-depth exploration of his work and practice. A pianist, composer, visual artist, and frequent collaborator, Moran abides by no rules with regard to the confines of medium—resulting in work that teeters somewhere between jazz history, performance art and sculpture. Fit for music fans and …
Tags: Art, Books, Music, Design, Sculpture, Jazz, Performance art, Walker Art Center, Moran, Jason Moran, The Whitney

Caleborate – “Dream Car” f. Ciscero

Another North California-DMV connection.
Tags: California, DMV, Jazz, Songs, Caleborate, Ciscero

Karol Sanchez Confesses to Staging Kidnapping Because She Was “Unhappy” & Wanted to Get Away From Strict Mom (Report)

The 16-year-old girl who was apparently kidnapped late Monday night (Dec. 16) while walking with her mother in the Bronx staged the whole thing, sources say. CBS New York reports that Sanchez confessed to staging the kidnapping incident after she was reunited with her family on Tuesday. Blurry surveillance footage showed the allegedly staged abduction, in which four men in a sedan pulled up to Sanchez and her mother, grabbed the girl and pushed the mom to the ground. An amber alert was issued...
Tags: Crime, News, Jazz, Amber Alert, Honduras, Bronx, Kidnapping, New York Police Department, Trending, Ny Daily News, Sánchez, CBS New York, Karol, Karol Sanchez, New York Daily News Sanchez

André 3000 Opens Up in ‘Broken Record’ Convo with Rick Rubin

From OutKast's glory days to mental health.
Tags: Jazz, Andre 3000, Rick Rubin, OutKast, Podcasts & Mixes

Injury Reserve: Injury Reserve (Taylor Skye Remixes)

Essentially a modified reissue of their self-titled debut album from earlier in 2019, Injury Reserve (Taylor Skye Remixes) serves up beloved tracks like “Koruna & Lime” and “Jailbreak the Tesla” with unexpected twists. The raucous, energetic album becomes surprisingly ambient and, at times, nearly unrecognizable, aside from the track’s lyrics. Listening to both versions back-to-back proves entertaining thanks to London-based producer Taylor Skye and Injury …
Tags: Music, Design, London, Tesla, Rap, Albums, Culture, Hip-hop, Beats, Ambient, Listenup, Electronic, New Music, Remixes, EPS, Injury Reserve

16-Year-Old Karol Sanchez Found Safe & Reunited With Family After Apparent Kidnapping

UPDATE (6:07 P.M.): Karol Sanchez Confesses to Staging Kidnapping Because She Was “Unhappy” & Wanted to Get Away From Strict Mom UPDATE (4:40 P.M.): Good news! Karol Sanchez, the 16-year-old girl who was apparently kidnapped right in front of her mother while walking in the Bronx Monday night (Dec. 16), has been found safe. Police said Sanchez was reunited with her family Tuesday afternoon (Dec. 16) and she’s being interviewed by authorities. Her picture was all over the neighborhood where...
Tags: New York, Crime, Kids, News, Teens, NYC, Jazz, Amber Alert, Bronx, Kidnapping, The Bronx, Sánchez, New York State Police, CBS New York, Karol, Moisés Rivera

10,000 Hours Of Practice Won’t Make You An Expert Musician (Not By Itself, Anyway)

“Expert players vary a lot in the number of practice hours they put in, and on average amount of practice can only account for about 30% of variation in performance quality, meaning that 70% of the story about musical expertise remains untold. Here we turn to the real topic of interest: quality of practice. What makes good quality practice? … Emma Allingham, a music psychology researcher at the University of Hamburg, shares her insight.” – The Strad
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Ist das die Dating-App, auf die queere Menschen gewartet haben?

View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Knight-Reiters (@theknightreiters) on Nov 2, 2019 at 7:04pm PDT Reisefan Heather Knight (aka @renegadepilgrim) war anfangs sehr verwundert, als sie im August 2018 ihren Instagram-Account öffnete und eine Welle an neuen Followern und DMs vorfand. Knight kam jedoch relativ schnell zu dem Schluss, dass das an ihrem veröffentlichten Post auf dem Queer-Insta-Account @_personals...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Devon, Lex, Oliver, Welt, Angie, Nach, Seite, Heather Knight, Dort, Raum, Buch, Leser, Zeitung

Teenagers Who Book Punk Shows At Chain Restaurants Are Heroes

Outside of a few lucky cities, America has spent the past few decades transforming into an undifferentiated landscape of strip malls and identical chain establishments. That's not great! But fun and ridiculous things can still happen, even if they're happening at these places that sometimes seem like they exist specifically to ensure that fun and … More »
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Watch Angel Olsen Join Vagabon On “Every Woman” In Oakland

For the better part of the fall, Angel Olsen has been touring behind her exceptional new album All Mirrors. And for her entire North American tour -- which she just wrapped up this past weekend -- Olsen had an opener worth showing up early for. Olsen toured with Lætitia Tamko, the … More »
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Chrissy Kolaya's Playlist for Her Poetry Collection "Other Possible Lives"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Chrissy Kolaya’s poetry collection is a brilliant and haunting exploration of the choices people make and their consequences. Vandana Khanna wrote of the book: "Grappling with the ...
Tags: Music, Minnesota, Beck, Wilco, David, Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, Holland, Catholic, Britney Spears, World Trade Center, Ac Dc, Belle, Rufus Wainwright, Chinatown, Liz Phair

Mercury Rev to headline Desert Stars Festival in March

Mercury Rev will headline the 12th Desert Stars Festival, giving a performance each night of event, March 27 and 28 in Joshua Tree. The fest will go off at the (500-cpaacity) Desert Stars Outdoor Theater at 29 Palms Highway and El Reposo Cir. in the arts district of Joshua Tree. The second night of the fest will feature Mercury Rev doing a stripped-down performance of their album “Deserter’s Songs.” Tickets are on sale now. The post Mercury Rev to headline Desert Stars Festival in March appeared...
Tags: Music, News, Joshua, Mercury Rev, Joshua Tree, Desert Stars Festival, Desert Stars Outdoor Theater, El Reposo Cir

Little India Drops Calypso

There is nothing not to like about the track Calypso by Little India. The video is also a fantastic piece of art, even though I’m not sure what I watched. They perfectly blend retro rock, r&b, and disco-pop – Think MGMT meets Empire of the Sun. The Vancouver based indie band has toured Canada and the UK performing at festivals and have supported Kodaline & Cold War Kids. They have clocked over 7 million streams on Spotify in an array of continents. The band plans to roll out a new song every 6...
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Ears Wide Open: Westerly

L.A.-by-way-of-Berkeley sextet Westerly (Sterling Spence on guitar and vocals, Leah Woodard on vocals, Gordon Allen on vocals and fiddle , Brandon Seinturier on percussion, Jeff Peck on bass and Scott Wilson on lead guitar) have pulled their wagon southward recently and landed in a good spot with their fresh-faced brand of countrified indie rock. Their latest EP, “Rags and Ribbons,” released Nov. 29, explores the earnest yearnings and growing pains of love. It begins with the anthemic “Build,” a...
Tags: Music, Berkeley, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Scott Wilson, Westerly, Jeff Peck, Westerly Sterling Spence, Leah Woodard, Gordon Allen, Brandon Seinturier

Yozora Meru Ero-MMD Has Plenty of Nude Frolicking

Virtual YouTuber vampire girl Yozora Meru has obtained some love in the form of a naughty MikuMikuDance animation, perhaps an act on the part of the maiden in an attempt to cause swellings from which she can extract plenty of blood from. The relatively tame creation involves the girl dancing in the nude and sadly […]
Tags: Music, Dancing, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, MikuMikuDance, Virtual YouTubers, Yozora Meru

Tonight in L.A.: Rooney, SiR, James Vickery, Whispertown & Friends, All Time Low, L.A. Takedown, UMI, the Habits, DENM, the Shadowboxers, Cesar Saez, the Little Miss, Waterparks, Speed of Light

L.A. concerts for Tuesday: ► Rooney play their 20th anniversary show at the sold-out Troubadour. ► SiR headlines the Novo in support of his new album “Chasing Summer.” ► All Time Low do a second night at the Fonda, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their album “Nothing Personal.” ► Whispertown & Friends Holiday Program, benefiting the Downtown Women’s Center, brings M. Ward, Nate Walcott, Lavender Diamond, Supermoon, Jake Bellows, Azure Ray, Tim Kasher & Stef Drootin, Valley Queen, Nik Frei...
Tags: Music, Rooney, Sir, Preview, Speed Of Light, Maui, Rachel Bloom, Catalina Club, Harvard Stone, Caroline, Largo, Novo, Fonda, Walt Disney Concert Hall, All Time Low, Umi

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