Vince Vaughn Gets Married

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Actor Vince Vaughn (The Wedding Crashers), 39, married his girlfriend Kyla Weber at a quiet ceremony in Lake Forest, Illinois on Saturday Jan. 2. The ceremony took place before “several dozen friends and family” in an “opulent, historic house at Lake Forest Academy.” Vaughn proposed to Weber, a Canadian real estate agent, on Valentine’s Day […]

Arcade Fire Review: Funeral

Emma Loggins
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Montreal’s Arcade Fire brings a theatricality, an intensity, an insanity, and a penchant for amazing hooks to their debut full-length. You’ve never heard such energy, beauty, and emotion from such a young band. Fans of Neutral Milk Hotel, Broken Social Scene, and Roxy Music’s first two albums will have a new favorite band. Review:There’s something […]

The Dresden Dolls Review: The Dresden Dolls

Emma Loggins
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Combine the smoky cellars of a Weimar-era cabaret with the rock n’ roll fury of Joan Jett, PJ Harvey and The Violent Femmes and you have a remote idea of what to expect when experiencing The Dresden Dolls. Review:I was immediately intrigued, and drawn towards the Dresden Dolls by an unexplainable, undeniable fascination. I stumbled […]

The Fiery Furnaces Review: The Fiery Furnaces

Emma Loggins
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The Fiery Furnaces are an experimental indie rock group from Brooklyn, New York. They primarily consist of Matthew Friedberger and Eleanor Friedberger. The brother and sister are originally from Oak Park, Illinois a suburb of Chicago. Their name is a reference to the film ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ and is also found in the Bible. […]

Leerone Review: Hail To The Queen

Emma Loggins
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On the cover of her haunting 2003 debut e.p. “In This Life, On This Road,” the Los Angeles singer-songwriter Leerone projected to the future, imagining herself as an elderly woman with fearless, fiery eyes and skin like crinkled parchment. Conceived and shot by Leerone herself, the photo spoke volumes. In a youth-obsessed age where the […]

Phantom Planet Review: The Guest

Emma Loggins
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Phantom Planet is a frequently evolving four-piece alternative music band based out of Southern California that achieved fame for its track California, which has gone on to become the theme song for the popular Fox TV series, The O.C.. Phantom Planet also performed a cover of Jackson Browne’s Somebody’s Baby for Not Another Teen Movie. […]

Dungen Review: Ta Det Lugnt

Emma Loggins
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Dungen, Eng.: “The Grove”, are a Swedish band headed by the virtuosic Gustav Ejstes, who plays most of the instruments on their recordings. Dungen’s eclectic, melodic neo-classicism incorporates aspects of guitar-heavy classic rock, free jazz, swedish folk music, and melodic indie pop. Their third album, Ta det lugnt, was lauded by a somewhat underground audience […]

Radiohead Review: Amnesiac

Emma Loggins
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Radiohead is the band hailing from Oxfordshire. They are often praised as being amongst the most creative musical groups of their era, noted for their multilayered songs and often radical evolutions from album to album. They were also seen by some to have maintained a spirit of musical and political independence despite recording for EMI, […]

DVD Review: One Tree Hill: Season 2

Emma Loggins
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What a difference 12 months make. In high school sophomore year, half-brothers Nathan and Lucas Scott were bitter rivals on and off the basketball court. In junior year, they bond as brothers. But there’s drama, trauma, devotion, betrayal, twists and turns to come. This DVD set containing all 22 Season Two Episodes plus Insightful Extras, […]

DVD Review: Veronica Mars: Season 1

Emma Loggins
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In the wealthy, seaside community of Neptune, California, the rich and powerful make the rules. Unfortunately for them, there’s Veronica Mars, a smart, fearless 17-year-old apprentice private investigator dedicated to solving the town’s toughest mysteries. Veronica used to be one of the popular girls, but it all came crumbling down around her after her best […]

DVD Review: Batman Begins

Emma Loggins
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Batman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knight’s emergence as a force for good in Gotham. In the wake of his parents’ murder, disillusioned industrial heir Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) travels the world seeking the means to fight injustice and turn fear against those who prey on the fearful. He […]

DVD Review: Blue Collar: Season 1 Volume 1

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The guys who had you laughing on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour – Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy – bring their particular brand of hilarity to Blue Collar TV: Season 1 Volume 1. Expect a hometown buffet of TV parodies, sketches, and stand-up, celebrating everything from spouses to spoilers, Winnebagos to […]