been an inglorious run for Dustin Diamond post-“Saved by the Bell.” Since
waving goodbye to the show in 2000, Diamond has appeared on seemingly any
reality show that would have him, including “Celebrity Boxing
It makes sense that Sufjan Stevens
would have a soft spot for Christmas. After all, the holiday touches on several
of the songwriter’s most pervasive motifs: Christianity, childhood nostalgia
and Americana. What’s surprising
Nada Surf is 20 years old, which means there are ostensibly a number of 40-somethings walking around with a well-worn place in their Walkmans for this band, an alt-rock mainstay that overcame one-hit wonder status to
Chan Marshall’s cough Monday night was a curious thing. It was persistent and discomforting, a constant distraction throughout the first half of her erratic performance, yet it seemed triggered not so much by...
2009 proved to be a big year for psychedelic chamber-pop darlings Dr.
Dog. That summer, the band stepped out of their comfort zone and into the
relative big leagues, leaving their hometown label Park the Van Records...
The most tragicomic of all the former "Saved By The Bell" cast members, Dustin Diamond has cashed in on his tenor as Screech with a tell-all memoir, a raft of reality-show appearances (including a bout on Celebrity Boxing 2), and the world's saddest sex tape, 2006's self-directed Screeched: Saved by the Smell. His latest venture isn't quite so depressing. He'll host "Dustin Diamond's Bayside Bash,...
In the era of downloads and iPods set on random, it's great to hear that someone still makes concept albums. mewithoutYou uses the titular Ten Stories of its latest CD to narrate a tale of a circus train wreck in 19th-century Montana. While the train...