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moe. Confirms 2018 New Year’s Run

by Scott Bernstein

JamBase / 2018-09-17 12:32

Veteran jam act moe. announced a two-show New Year’s Run. The quintet will end 2018 and ring in 2019 at the Kodak Center in Rochester, New York on December 30 and 31…


moe. Confirms 2018 New Year’s Run

A Life in Focus: George Carlin, American standup comedian who always said a word out of place


The Independent revisits the life of a notable figure. This week: George Carlin, from Tuesday, 24 June, 2008

Frank Ocean Addresses Rumored Beef With Travis Scott

Frank OceanPersonally, I think Frank Ocean’s part on Travis Scott’s “Carousel” sounds amazing, but yesterday it looked like Ocean felt otherwise. Reporting that Ocean’s lawyers sent Scott a cease-and-desist letter that over the Astroworld track, TMZ indicated that Ocean was angry Scott had manipulated his vocals and was seeking to get them removed … More »

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The apocalypse scene from ‘American Horror Story’ will make you scared of your phone


I haven’t been this scared of my phone since Drew Barrymore picked up the line in Scream.

Last night’s premiere episode of American Horror Story: Apocalypse depicted the end of the days in a pretty standard fashion—lots of screaming, running, crying, etc. But one cellular detail brought the campy series’ take on the world’s end to a very real and very 2018 place.

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In the season’s opening scene, three main characters are casually discussing pressed juice and Instagram fame when a loud blaring noise fills the room. Instantly, they reach for their phones.  Read more…

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Kit Harington wants better queer representation from Marvel, bless him


Listen up, Marvel, the King in the North has a task for you. While promoting his upcoming film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, Game of Thrones star Kit Harington questioned the lack of queer representation in superhero movies – on and off screen, Variety reports.

“There’s a big problem with masculinity and homosexuality that they can’t somehow go hand in hand,” Harington said. “That we can’t have someone in a Marvel movie who’s gay in real life and plays some superhero. I mean, when is that going to happen?”

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Jimmy’s Scam Gets Real Dark on Better Call Saul

We’re past the halfway point of this season of Better Call Saul, so it was about time for a set-up episode. The show has been particularly phenomenal these past few weeks, especially the […]

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Jimmy Makes His Biggest Choice Yet on Better Call Saul

This week’s episode starts with a flash-forward, though not quite as far ahead as the black-and-white Gene scenes. Instead, we begin right at the point in Breaking Bad where it’s all gone wrong. We get […]

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Jack Ryan: Why is Tom Clancy's CIA operative such an enduring character?


John Krasinski follows in the footsteps of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Chris Pine to star as hard-worn CIA operative

Foo Fighters Fit Rarities Into Surprise Show In Los Angeles

A surprise Foo Fighters set at a parking lot in Hollywood on Sunday saw the band dig deep into their repertoire for a number of rarities.

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Michael Moore’s ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ revealed with unrestrained trailer


Documentarian Michael Moore is back with a new film called Fahrenheit 11/9 and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be pulling any punches.

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The first trailer for Fahrenheit 11/9 debuted on HuffPost Thursday, teasing what looks like more of the same politically charged action we’ve come to expect with Moore, this time taking a look at U.S. President Donald Trump, the rise of white nationalism in the U.S., and the reaction of the left in a post-Trump world.

Here’s the exclusive trailer for Michael Moore’s (@MMFlint) newest documentary “Fahrenheit 11/9.” It’s in theaters Sept.

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