FRI | PENTAGRAM at SUMMIT MUSIC HALL | 2/28/14 If you've seen Last Days Here, you're familiar with the frustrating tale of Pentagram. Formed in Virginia in the early '70s, the pioneering psychedelic metal band should have, by all accounts, realized massive worldwide fame. Instead, success evaded the ... More >>
FRI | NEGATIVE APPROACH at MARQUIS THEATER | 11/23/13 In a just world, John Brannon would be as hallowed a punk icon as anyone out of early '80s and D.C. Hardcore. As the frontman for the Detroit-based Negative Approach, Brannon was involved in making some of the most confrontational and pointed mus ... More >>
Robots are everywhere. From helping us find cat videos on the Internet to assembling other robots (yeah, that can't end well), they've become almost as ubiquitous in real life as they have been in pop culture for years. This Saturday, the multimedia art exhibit Let's Pretend We're Robots opens at Go ... More >>
SHAMROCK & ROLL @ VIEWHOUSE | SAT, 3/16/13 With St. Paddy's Day happening this weekend, there's a ton to do. If you're looking for something holiday-centric, you obviously have plenty of options. But you really can't do much better than our free show, Shamrock & Roll, at the Viewhouse tomorrow after ... More >>
Today, the brothers have reversed their stance and are looking back in anger -- at each other.When (What's the Story) Morning Glory? was released, its presence on the scene was almost as explosive as its creators' antics. Noel and Liam Gallagher -- sometimes jokingly known as Cocaine and Abel ... More >>
Steve GullickMogwai Formed in 1995, Mogwai quickly made a name for itself with adventurous guitar work and a sound that loosened and opened up the imagination. Over the course of the next sixteen years, the Scottish band very much plotted its own course through exploring every sonic whim wit ... More >>
Nitzer Ebb, from Essex, England, helped to define the musical style called EBM with its heavy industrial rhythms and stark vocals. As with emo, another much-maligned genre, EBM started out as a vital and relevant music whose pioneers never chose to name with a blanket term to encompass a music th ... More >>
Always quick with a quip, Pat Schroeder was one of the most quotable members of Congress during her 24-year tenure in the House. Turns out her husband, James Schroeder, also had plenty to say, as he proves in his new memoir, Confessions of a Political Spouse. "When all of a sudden your wife ... More >>
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Hillary Clinton's run has made it open season on powerful women.
Thursday, July 20, Gothic Theatre, Englewood, 1-866-468-7621.
Wednesday, May 4, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.
Remembering the films that heated up cinemas this year.
For the Legendary Pink Dots, madness is a soothing refuge from an intolerable world.
New music from area artists
A true modern classic, dub poet and reggae revolutionary Linton Kwesi Johnson turns another page.
Craig David may be young, but he's got a grown-up soul.
From the week of January 3, 2002
From the week of December 20, 2001
With the release of Flowers, Echo and the Bunnymen are back in bloom.
High drama and spirited romance spice up The Last September.
The ska veterans want you to know that the music wasn't born yesterday.
Leslie Cyril and Artemus Fred build a film from the ground up.
HOW TO USE YOUR MOUSE TO SAVE A WHALE.