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Review of Chicago’s annual ‘Lollapalooza’ festival
Chicago’s Grant Park was the place to be Aug. 3-6.
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‘Detroit’ too shallow, struggles to make lasting statement
The most dispiriting thing about “Detroit” is how it reminds us of how things haven’t changed, even in the years of Black Lives Matter. Directors Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal’s third collaboration together (after “The Hurt Locker” and “Zero Dark Thirty”) is as sickening and well directed as expected. But this time, there’s a sense of pointlessness that permeates throughout the whole thing: what does this film have to say about police brutality and racism that we don’t already know?
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The Triangle interviews The Wrecks, talks recent debut
The Wrecks made their Fillmore debut Aug. 6, playing alongside Waterparks, Swmrs and All Time Low on the Young Renegades Tour.
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Homeshake brings sultry synth to Underground Arts
After the long-awaited release of “Fresh Air” this past February, Homeshake announced a U.S. summer tour extending to Canada in promotion of the album. On Aug. 7 he made his way to Philadelphia and brought his hazy synth sounds to a jam-packed Underground Arts.
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