Saturday, July 12, 2014
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Music/Nightlife

Rap superstar Jay Z and rockers No Doubt have been tapped to headline the 2014 Global Citizen Festival. The free concert will take place on September...
Does Robin Thicke creep you out? No matter how you felt about the Canadian R&B singer after he broke big last year with the blithe "Blurred Lines" - and seemed all too happy to have Miley Cyrus twerk on him at the MTV awards - chances are you'll be put off by the skeevy aspects of Paula.
Garth's problems Barely a week after he announced that he plans to make an announcement that he plans to return to showbiz after a 13-year retirement, Garth Brooks is nursing a broken heart. Brooks has scrapped the first step in his comeback master plan, a series of mega-concerts later this month in Dublin, Ireland. Brooks, 52, pulled out of the deal when the city refused to give him permits for two of the five planned shows.
King Britt / Fhloston Paradigm Well traveled and much respected Philadelphia DJ King Britt has had a storied and adventurous 20-plus-year career, with lots of bullet-point highlights, from his conceptual house-music project Sylk 130, to his days DJing wit
At first, Hamilton Leithauser thought his debut solo album would turn into a big band orchestral project. For 13 years, Leithauser had fronted the Philly/Brooklyn band the Walkmen, singing their dramatic rock-and-roll songs, but when the group decided to
ARIES (March 21-April 19) sssss Getting free to enjoy the potential of the weekend will not happen until late Saturday. Do not fight City Hall, rather go with the flow. You want to be really free, don't you, when the time is right? Friends will surround you late Saturday night. Someone lets you know how much they missed you. You could be quite delighted by their true confession.
In Concert Anson B. Nixon Park N. Walnut St., Kennett Square; 610-444-1416. ansonbnixonpark.org. Jesse Terry. 7/16. 7 pm.
The divorce album is one of pop's strangest quasi-traditions, treating the rights, wrongs, and ruin of a personal relationship with the arts of the pop love song. Marvin Gaye did it with Here, My Dear, Bob Dylan with Blood on the Tracks, and husband-and-wife folkies Richard and Linda Thompson made one together in Shoot Out the Lights.
Friday-Sunday Battle stations Art Splash, a summer-long introduction to the Philadelphia Museum of Art's collection, highlights everybody's favorite, Arms and Armor, with interactive tours, hands-on activities, treasure hunts, looking games, and more at the museum, 26th Street and the
For the first show in its sold-out two-night stand at the Mann on Tuesday, Phish and its devoted audience checked off the rituals that America's prog-rocking jam band par excellence and its fans have shared since 1983.
Beyonce and Jay Z are taking their "On The Run Tour" to America's HBO network.