For an all too brief time, the Moulin Rouge was an integrated oasis in a segregated Las Vegas. As much an ideal as a hotel, Las Vegas’ first interracial resort was so novel that it made the cover of Life magazine, granting it the imprimatur of mainstream pop culture cool.
What made Milwaukee famous? Beer, namely. It’s fitting then, that rousing Austin indie rockers What Made Milwaukee Famous are hitting town for Nickel Beer Night at 9 p.m. Tuesday at Beauty Bar, 517 Fremont St. Tickets are $10; call 702-598-3757.
NEW YORK — Half-moon hoops, double rims, chain-linked fences for out-of-bounds lines and no net that anyone can recall.
NEW YORK -- “The Voice” is leaving the judging drama to its rivals.
Flashy skirts, fake tans, fur and feathers: Welcome to the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. The televised extravaganza, with an audience of 125 million worldwide, is now in its 58th year. Once again without fail, it has produced a mix of bubble-gum pop songs, somber ballads, bagpipes, accordions and bizarrely kitsch musical productions.
Ratings for the “American Idol” finale plunged to a record low for the 12-year-old show. According to preliminary Nielsen Co. figures Friday, Candice Glover’s victory over Kree Harrison was watched by 14.2 million viewers. That’s a 34 percent drop from the year before.
The third time’s the charm for Candice Glover on “American Idol.”
Coming up on 20 years since their commercial peak, is Blues Traveler ’90s nostalgia or a timeless band that fits in any era?
Meet Amy Thomson
A few years back, Kylesa covered Pink Floyd’s late ’60s psych rock seance “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun,” and it was a telling choice.
Growing up is hard to do, especially when you don’t want to do it to begin with.