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Can Brits do Thanksgiving? Of course, they can.Read Now
Don’t be fooled into thinking Thanksgiving is all about the food. Many Americans are just as passionate about the retail […]Read Now
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on June 14th, 2011
Sometimes, we Americans can’t ignore the fact that there are a handful of things we just don’t get about our dear Brits. For instance, how did morris dancing even start? Why are crumpets so great?
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on June 6th, 2011
Take That are just over a week into their sold-out summer tour of the UK and Europe and they’ve already run into a wee bit of trouble.
The story of Simon Cowell’s 2011 has more twists and tangles than a bowl of spaghetti in a desktop fan. First he leaves Britain’s Got Talent, then he goes back, then he leaves the UK X Factor and takes Cheryl Cole with him, ...
Wait just a cotton pickin’ minute here! Aren’t we supposed to be in this together? Aren’t the British and Americans the joint rulers of all things popular and musical?
As I’m sure you all know, the Take That reunion is going great guns at the moment, with all five members of the UK’s most successful boy band preparing for a colossal tour. But not everything in their newly harmonious garden ...
In the new issue of NME, Carl Barat reveals that the future of The Libertines isn’t looking too bright.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on May 6th, 2011
You can’t fault Gary Barlow for lovin’ the Take That life these days. With Robbie Williams back in the fray, their latest album Progress selling millions of copies, and their sold-out stadium tour of the UK and Europe ...
While Take That may be one of the older (and we’d like to think they’re all the wiser, too!) band on the UK pop circuit these days, singer Gary Barlow seems pretty ok with that idea.
Alex Turner has something he’d like to say to one of his pop elders.
In the new issue of NME, the Arctic Monkeys frontman offers his sincere apologies to Take That‘s Gary Barlow. In 2006, a then-20-year-old Turner referred to the British chart-topping boy band as “a load of old ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 5th, 2011
Glasvegas has experienced a helluva lot since issuing their critically-acclaimed eponymous debut nearly three years ago. The raucous set charted at No.