Alice Cooper is a shock rock pioneer that's influenced countless artists with his on stage horror movie imagery and antics, which included hangings and beheadings by guillotine. Theatrics aside, Cooper (aka Vincent Furnier) is also a talented songwriter. Hits like "I'm Eighteen," "School's Out" and ... More >>
Rob Zombie originally came to prominence with his first band, White Zombie. With a penchant for campy horror imagery and music that was the perfect mutant blend of an industrial aesthetic with trashy metal and punk, White Zombie was one in a handful of bands that crossed the alternative-rock world a ... More >>
Hello, Frank Ferrante must be goingFrank Ferrante does a Groucho Marx so convincing he doesn't even rehearse his show anymore; it's all ad-libbed. And while Ferrante does incorporate some classic lines into An Evening with Groucho, his Groucho Marx tribute show, it's not so much a rehashing o ... More >>
Louis Hampers.Lots of new details emerged at a detention hearing today for Dr. Louis Hampers, the Children's Hospital ER doc arrested for fraudulently writing 654 prescriptions. Among them: that Hampers used the identity of a woman he paid for sex -- and the identities of her two minor childr ... More >>
UMS Travelogue, Night Thee 7.24.10 | Baker District/South Broadway There's been no shortage of buzz surrounding Air Dubai: Though it has yet to hit the national stage, round these parts we've already as good as coronated the band successor to Flobots. Though the acoustics were terrible in the Im ... More >>
The loudest, boldest comic actor around takes an endless victory lap.
A kinder, gentler Eddie Murphy plays Daddy once more.
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Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors.
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Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho.
Use your brain: Make it rain. This is Neil Slade's big moment. Fifteen million people will be listening.
The Descendents live to punk again.