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  • Pearl Jam Perform 'Ten' in Its Entirety at Philadelphia Concert

    Pearl Jam performed their second of two Philadelphia shows Friday night at the city's Wells Fargo Center, a concert that marked the band's 10th consecutive sell-out at the venue. To celebrate, not only did the Wells Fargo Center put up a banner commemorating Pearl Jam's achievement, the band also played their classic...

  • Watch Warren G's Disastrous 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' at Cubs Game

    The singing of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" has long been a tradition at Wrigley Field during the seventh inning of Chicago Cubs games, with everyone from Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello to Bill Murray and Will Ferrell performing the unofficial baseball anthem. Warren G was recruited to sing "Take...

  • Netflix Orders Full Season of Marvel's 'The Punisher'

    Marvel's beloved vigilante the Punisher will soon be the focus of his own Netflix series after actor Jon Bernthal awed fans with his portrayal of the anti-hero on the second season of Daredevil. Netflix and Marvel confirmed they have green lit a full season of The Punisher, with Bernthal reprising the...

  • Watch Eagles of Death Metal Open Bouncy House Business on 'Conan'

    Eagles of Death Metal have a lucrative side business in Los Angeles, the band said in a comedy sketch Thursday: bouncy houses.  "Our passion for bouncy houses turned into a cash cow," frontman Jesse Hughes said in the hilariously earnest infomercial for a new venture called "Bouncy Houses of Eagles of Death Metal...

  • How a 'Seinfeld' Joke Became a Reality

    For four seasons, John O'Hurley played the theatrically serious clothing magnate (and Elaine Benes' boss) J. Peterman on Seinfeld. His character spoke with unapologetic pomposity as he attempted to inject the workplace with a sense of wonder and adventure, often to Elaine's chagrin. It was a fun role for the...

  • Tom DeLonge on Blink-182: 'We Do Have a Future Together'

    Tom DeLonge elaborated on his statement to Rolling Stone that he's still in Blink-182, the guitarist said in a lengthy Facebook message. The update arrives after the band announced their new album California, which will feature original members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker as well as Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba in DeLonge's...

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