Earlier today, Beyonce dropped two new tracks from her upcoming album ‘Beyonce Platinum’. The first was a song called ‘Ring Off,’ which revealed her thoughts about her parent’s tumultuous divorce. [LISTEN: Beyonce Chooses Sides in Her...Show More Summary
Candidate Jeffrey Prang declared victory in the race for Los Angeles County assessor Friday, as the latest round of ballot counting made a victory by his opponent highly improbable.
Dig this fast-paced, Farfisa-led, kinda sad, garage track; it's interesting to hear the guitarist using feedback efficiently for fills, 'cause guitar feedback in 1967 was pretty uncommon to hear on any record that hoped to make the radio. Hailing from Wisconsin, the Wilde Heard were originally called the Heard. Show More Summary
The Lakers (3-9) are looking to win their third game on a row on Friday when they visit the Dallas Mavericks (9-3).
Carrie and Co. Whether you love HBO's groundbreaking millennial hit or simply prefer to hate on it for its deference to conspicuous consumption, there's no denying that Sex and the City was, and still remains, a cultural force to be reckoned with. Show More Summary
DJ Zach plays to that huge room known as "Seattle." Yesterday on Slog, we reported about Subtronic, the latest electronic-music show to air on KNDD The End (107.7 FM). (KNDD used to broadcast a similar-themed program called Ultrasound.) In that post, program director Garett Michaels outlined the ethos and rationale behind launching Subtronic. Show More Summary
I'm a 31 year old hetero male and I've been with my wife for about 9 years, married for 4. We recently made a mutually driven decision to become poly and have been growing into this for about two months. So far so good. In my younger...Show More Summary
Ansel Herz The second of HALA's public meetings, held last night at the Garfield Community Center. People give a shit about Seattle's affordability crisis. Enough to pack a room and talk housing data with city officials on a cold Thursday evening after work at a community center. Show More Summary
Sangamon County Circuit Judge John Belz ruled Friday that a law intended to fix the state employee pension crisis violates the state Constitution. [ more › ]
Today the University of Washington is scheduled to receive a collection of unique instruments created by avant-garde composer/inventor Harry Partch from 1930 to 1974 (the year of Partch's death). They will be stored near the percussion...Show More Summary
More than 1 million immigrant parents in California will be eligible for deportation relief under President Obama's deferred action program, according to a Pew Research Center Study.
Life is pain, even in the gorgeous French Alps. What starts as a perfect family vacation—one spent skiing pristine mountains, chatting in restaurants, laughing with friends—goes hideously awry in Force Majeure, Ruben Östlund's darkly hilarious and/or darkly horrifying tale of a marriage on the rocks. Show More Summary
Catch Stars tonight at The Vic. [ more › ]
Kelly O If someone accuses you of something pretty nasty, is it better to ignore it—or should you retaliate? And what if your retaliation comes in the form of t-shirt? Read more! >>>
This is really something: A two-year investigation by the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee has found that the CIA and the military acted properly in responding to the 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, and asserted no wrongdoing by Obama administration appointees. Hear that? No conspiracies. Show More Summary
"Did you say a-Maine-zing?" [ more › ]
End-of-day news: Dunbar staffer accused of sexually abusing student, and more. [ more › ]
Republican Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner on Friday called President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration a “great start” to “get the dialogue going” on immigration policy changes.
Buffalo Sweat is an easy drinking, dark beer that's still packed with flavor. [ more › ]
Because Queens exist, check out today's end-of-day links: dog thrown from car, hand dryer bacteria, Exxon Mobile tree, NSFW emojis, Vogue rat problem, Mingus cat training, and a sleepy ferret. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]