Rock Music Artists
EAGLES PREPARING TO HIT THE ROAD AGAIN (The Monterey County Herald)
During the dusty Texas summers of his youth, Don Henley worked in his father's auto parts store and learned the vagaries of fan belts, batteries, spark plugs, tailpipes and mufflers.
Internet Archives saves Web pages, books and more for posterity (The Morning ...
You're trying to remember a Web page you read two years ago. You go to the site and search its archives. No luck. Or, you click on an underscored Web link, called a hyperlink, and your Web browser can't find the so-called ''dead'' link? What next?
Movie Review: Music and Lyrics (Smart-Popcorn)
Combined Rating: 83% (S:82%; P:85%) - Big laughs and big love, Music and Lyrics takes great advantage of the comic and romantic talents of its two wonderful stars to craft the rare romantic comedy that delivers on the promise of a good trailer. Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant are truly the stars of this genre. She with her unending cuteness and comic timing and he with his deprocating wit and charm ...
Name That Tune (The Reader)
Because Kerri Strug analogies are too few, let?s begin with a tumbling metaphor. Before a gymnast begins a routine, it is rated in difficulty. This means, for example, even if everything goes perfect, it can?t score higher than a 9.5. Likewise, romantic comedies have a lower bar than other genres.
Preview Cal Feb. 15-25 (Kansas City Star)
GUITAR JAMS: Stringed instrumentalists encouraged. 12:45-3 p.m. Feb. 20. Vesper Hall. Free. (816-228-0181)
CONCERT REVIEW: Spazing about '80s cover band (Daily Aztec)
For the average college student, a concert is a special occasion. It's the rare moment one will get to jam alongside his or her favorite rockers. Like a firefly, one moment it burns brightly under those multi-colored lights, then becomes just another event halfway recollected the next day, to say nothing of five years later.
'Music and Lyrics' predictable and disappointing (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore deserve better than this shabby retread of better comedies from their résumés.
POP CULTURE FACTORY (Orlando Weekly)
Pittsfield Township sits just on the outskirts of Ann Arbor, Mich. It?s a standard sort of middle-American sprawlburb, filled with strip malls and business parks. Valley Ranch is one such park, home to companies called Essen Instruments and Humantech Workplace Ergonomics Consultants.
Don Henley on war, peace and Wal-Mart (Calendarlive.com)
During the dusty Texas summers of his youth, Don Henley worked in his father's auto parts store and learned the vagaries of fan belts, batteries, spark plugs, tailpipes and mufflers. His father taught the future rock star plenty, and, when the family business started to collapse, one of the lessons was to recognize who was to blame.
Throw a gnarly bash that celebrates the Bears of 21 years ago (Northwest Herald)
Ever wish you could party like it?s 1985? There?s no better opportunity to do so than this Sunday. Whether you were jamming to Culture Club and donning leg warmers or still in diapers, the 1985 Chicago Bears season was unforgettable.
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