Where’s that big old bell with the crack in it? [...] what do maybe 2,000 dining spots serve there inside a hoagie roll? If there’s any spare time, they’ll explore Independence Hall and umpteen attractions in Independence National Historical...Show More Summary
It just debuted at Comic-Con, but you can watch it now too! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Marvel's really rolling right now in Hall H. The info and goodies are flying fast and furious! Thankfully they're releasing at least some of the footage shown to the SDCC crowds. Show More Summary
This is the big day at San Diego Comic Con! It’s Draft Day, the Wildcard game, the Super Bowl and the Pro Bowl all rolled into one unending package of breaking news. At 11:30 PST (2:30 on the East coast), fans in Hall H, and here on the Nerd Bastards live blog, will get the […]
The 2016 Republican National Convention has displayed a "big tent" of diversity, but probably not in the way that party leaders hoped to show off at their big confab. Cartoon by Ed Hall.
As the roll call vote to award Donald Trump the GOP presidential nomination began this week, Ryan Davenport slipped out of the convention hall here to a nearby restaurant where a group of Republicans were brainstorming how to find a new candidate before November’s election. Davenport, a 25-year-old...
Two founding members of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame vocal group the O’Jays have joined the expanding list of pop musicians voicing opposition to the use of their music at the Republican National Convention this week in Cleveland. O’Jays members Walter Williams and Eddie Levert issued a statement...
The museum released a “playlist” based on some of the big stories during the event.
DreamWorks Animation kicked off the first of the big Hall H panels at Comic-Con today with a huge amount of unseen footage from Trolls, the studio’s next release set for November 4, as well as the first real look at the upcoming Boss Baby,...Show More Summary
Oh dear. Watching C-SPAN and waiting for Tuesday's roll call confirming Donald Trump's nomination to begin, the house band there in the hall, led by GE Smith, formerly of Saturday Night Live, played covers of The Temptations' "I Can't Get Next To You" and other golden oldies. Show More Summary
The cost of admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in Cleveland, has been waived this week, presumably so Republican National Convention-goers can freely visit the “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power, and Politics” exhibit presently occupying its upper floors. Show More Summary
Rock band Third Eye Blind trolled Republicans by peppering anti-GOP rhetoric into a concert at they played at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on Tuesday. Due to the venue's proximity to the Republican National Convention, the...Show More Summary
Oh dear. Watching C-SPAN and waiting for Tuesday’s roll call confirming Donald Trump’s nomination to begin, the house band there in the hall, led by GE Smith, formerly of Saturday Night Live, played covers of The Temptations’ “I Can’t Get Next To You” and other golden oldies. Many rhythm-impaired...
The transgender ex-Olympian appeared at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and said, in spite of all, shes a Republican and she thinks the party can change. Okay then.
Been wondering who's really going to show the GOP what's up this election season? Well, uh, noted '90s band Third Eye Blind has entered the fray. The group played a charity concert at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Tuesday night — a show allegedly intended to be friendly to Republican National Convention attendees. Show More Summary
Third Eye Blind: folk heroes? Last night, the alt-rockers performed at charity event at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland that was tied to the Republican National Convention, which is currently taking place in the city. Instead...Show More Summary
Rock band Third Eye Blind made a big political statement during their headline performance at an RNC charity event at the Rock and Roll Hall (...)
Third Eye Blind headlined a GOP-themed charity event at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on Tuesday night. To the surprise of those in the crowd, the band opted against playing many of their hits, and instead offered up plenty of jabs at the Republican platform. Show More Summary
Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Sting played a once in a lifetime set of solo and Police hits to raise a million dollars for the world's oceans.
The band Third Eye Blind played a concert for charity outside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last night -- which meant playing for a lot of people who were also in the area for the Republican National Convention. And by all accounts, it was a glorious evening, with the band trolling the mostly conservative audience.