- This weekend's best music: Foo Fighters, Lady Antebellum, Earth Wind & Fire
- A challenging blend of adventurous math-rock and jarring jazz, HMPH! is a fascinating new locally based instrumental ensemble. The duo will celebrate the vinyl release of its debut album “Headrush” at performances on Saturday and Wednesday.
- Organized Crimes can't keep a low profile forever
- In an e-mail a few days before our interview, Alec Nicholas explained that his band, Organized Crimes, didn't make a habit of practicing. All the same, he wrote, I was welcome to join him and his bandmate at the Strawberry Hill apartment they share.
- Barrington's Wild Belle looking forward to Lolla
- "I basically stole his band," she laughs of the early days when the group was called The Rhunes; today, most of NOMO continues to play live with Wild Belle. "It's been a wild experience.
- Nazi Sympathizer Rushes Field at World Cup, FIFA Does Nothing
- Report: Eyewitnesses say neo-Nazi displaying anti-Semitic insignia at Germany-Ghana game stopped by infielder, not security. By Tova Dvorin. First Publish: 6/22/2014, 9:25 AM / Last Update: 6/22/2014, 9:30 AM.
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