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Deals and steals: Bargains on beauty and bling must-haves
Tory Johnson shares discounts of up to 65 percent on makeup and skin care essentials, as well as colorful rings and bracelets embellished with Swarovski crystals.
Imagine Dragons, DJ Khaled, 311, Prince and more album reviews
This week, Imagine Dragons return with their third album, DJ Khaled releases a double-length, star-studded affair, the members of 311 prove they still have incredible momentum on their twelfth album and Vince Staples drops rhymes over a very experimental backdrop. In addition, it is a really big
Blink-182, Maxwell, Bat For Lashes and More Music Reviews
This week the members of Blink-182 return with a new lineup, Maxwell drops his first new album in seven years, Bat For Lashes releases a concept album, pop-band American Authors release a new record and we listen to the new offering from Canadian, reggae-influenced band Magic! Blink-182’s
Review: The Bangles Latest Album 'Puts Their Whole Career on a Different Level'
This week, turntable legend DJ Shadow makes a strong comeback, The Avett Brothers release their latest album, The Bangles reissue their earliest work, jazz/R&B singer (and friend of Prince) Kandace Springs releases her full-length debut and Jenny Lewis forms a super-group with members of Au Revoir
Prince's Private Life and the Women He Romanced: Part 3
Growing up in Minneapolis, Prince was the child of a pianist father and a jazz singer mother.
A Look Back at the Music of Prince
The music legend was a seven-time Grammy winner with hits like "Purple Rain" and "1999."
The Tremendous Legacy Left Behind by Prince Rogers Nelson
Modern rock, pop and R&B would not be same had Prince not emerged out of Minneapolis in the late seventies. He was a strikingly unique character who played by his own rules. He was unlike any other performer seen up until that point. He an ace arranger and writer who could play a wide variety of
Eurythmics Singer Dave Stewart Reflects On His Career
Dave Stewart is most famous for being one-half of Eurythmics , but a look through his credits and his new book, the aptly-titled “Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This,” reveals that for the last 40 years or so, he's done so much more. From co-writing the theme to “Ruthless People” with Mick Jagger to
Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, Beach House and More Music Reviews
This week Miley Cyrus drops a surprise album after hosting the MTV VMAs, The Weeknd releases his latest installment of intoxicating R&B-flavored pop, Beach House continue to make more enveloping dream-pop, rap-rockers Crazy Town return after a 13-year break, Yo La Tengo deliver a spiritual sequel
'The Voice'' Recap: Usher, Shakira and Blake Steal One Artist Each
Find Out What You Missed On Last Night's Episode Of the Singing Competition.