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July 23, 2011
SERIES Book TV: The literary-minded series offers coverage of the 2011 Harlem Book Fair (8 a.m. CSPN2). Celebrity Ghost Stories: The spooky series presents a best-of special (6 and 10 p.m. Biography). Iron Man: The superhero returns in a new animated series, followed by the premiere of "Wolverine" (8 and 8:30 p.m. G4). Saturday Night Live: Former "SNL" cast member and current "Parks and Recreation" star Amy Poehler is the host in this repeat, with musical guest Katy Perry (11:29 p.m. NBC)
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September 6, 2013 | By August Brown
Another day, another cryptic rune of Arcade Fire album release news. The Canadian rock band has been ever-so-slowly releasing morsels related to its much-anticipated new album "Reflektor. " What do we know for sure? It's out Oct. 29 on Merge Records, and James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem helped on production duties. The title-track single will make rounds Monday at 9 p.m., with a video directed by Anton Corbijn. But a minor storm of new details popped up Thursday. As Pitchfork noted , an image of what looks like a new 12-inch single from the band has been circulating in indie-music-store circles, accompanied by a map of record stores on a site thereflektors.com (though it's not officially confirmed the band's behind it)
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October 19, 2012 | By Mike Boehm
Wilson Pickett sang it, and now you can do it - wait 'til the midnight hour. The wicked Pickett, pictured in a 1966 photo by William "PoPsie" Randolph with a pre-fame Jimi Hendrix and another ace guitarist, Cornell DuPree, was singing about action in the boudoir in his 1965 hit, “In the Midnight Hour.” We're talking about looking at pictures this weekend at the Annenberg Space for Photography. PHOTOS: 'Who Shot Rock & Roll' The Century City venue is staying open until midnight Friday and Saturday to accommodate an anticipated closing rush for “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present.” The exhibition, organized by the Brooklyn Museum, features the work of more than 100 photographers, including Diane Arbus, Ed Colver, Anton Corbijn, Henry Diltz, David LaChapelle, Annie Leibovitz and Linda McCartney.
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April 18, 1999 | STEVE HOCHMAN
The grass-roots effort to get U.S. rockers to help the War Child charity for Yugoslavia is bringing in an odd assortment of allies. To the initial list of independent-level punk and techno acts that signed on via New York publicist Michelle Ferguson, now add former teen-pop idol David Cassidy. The "Partridge Family" star and his wife, Sue, read about the campaign in last week's Pop Eye and came forward to offer a song they'd co-written.
BOOKS
December 4, 2005 | Orli Low
ANTON CORBIJN first met U2 in February 1982. Then a photographer for an English music newspaper, Corbijn studied up on the band by listening to "October," their second album, as he flew from London to New Orleans for the shoot. He wasn't much impressed with what he heard on the cassette, but he really wanted to visit New Orleans. His photos from that day show four very young, but assured, souls.
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