via Instagram @centralalleySome people are mad at hair metal 'n' NBA critic Chuck Klosterman at the moment. This has to do with "The Pitfalls of Indie Fame," published yesterday on ESPN-offshoot commentary site Grantland regarding the Village Voice's Pazz & Jop 2011 album of the year, Tune-Ya ... More >>
Let's do some logical accounting. John Stamos is known for being debonair, rich, and occupying some suburban gray area between non-threatening and "rock and roll." The band Low is known for being blue, hushed, emphatically north-shore, and maybe a bit insecure. If my almost-passing grade to intro ... More >>
Casey Affleck directs while Phoenix aims to prove a point
Our recent interview with Al Kooper created quite the stir in the entertainment world last week, as he divulged that Max Weinberg was not going to be hired to lead the backing band for Conan O'Brien's new TBS show. Conan's reps have issued a somewhat vague statement countering Kooper's claims, sa ... More >>
Former Time executive Michael Klingensmith will take over as the Star Tribune's new publisher.
He brings with him two decades of media business experience at Time, Inc., as well as a more recent specialty: media mergers and acquisitions.
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