Posts Tagged ‘Marilyn Manson’

Divas, Goths, Goofs, and Glam: Four Breeds of D.C. Drag

“I don’t feel like Sebastian until I hear [my] fanny pack click.”

Sex, Poop, and Homophobia: When Public Officials Meddle With Concerts

Friday, the Washington Post's Bill Turque picked up on a story that had been developing for a few weeks: Local activists were gearing up to protest an August show by Mexican band Molotov (shown above) at Fillmore Silver Spring, citing the band's apparently homophobic lyrics. Activists took issue with a particular song from its 1997 album, which seemed [...]

Arts Roundup: RIP Nouveau Riche Edition

After seven years, dance party Nouveau Riche is coming to an end. [Facebook]
Once again, demand for Book of Mormon tickets overwhelms the Kennedy Center's website. [Post]
Michelle Obama appears on the cover of Vogue for the second time. [Post]
WSC Avant Bard, the theater company ejected from Artisphere last year, has found a venue for Allyson Currin’s Caesar and [...]

ToDo ToDay: 10 Films That Smashed Censorship

Everyone likes a montage, right? Well, if you’re going to schedule an event around a sizzle reel, you might as well make it a good one. Tonight, Marc Lapadula, a script doctor who also teaches at Johns Hopkins University and Yale University, rolls out a set of clips from 10 venerable pieces of American cinema. [...]

Leak Proof: Bob Dylan, Marilyn Manson, Mika Miko

A weekly roundup of unreleased songs, new singles, and assorted musical detritus trickling out to the Web.
Bob Dylan: "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'"
Leave it to Bob Dylan to make dad-rock feel post-apocalyptic. There’s not that much to the song—just your typical blooze jam with a little bit of accordion dropped in for flavor—but Dylan’s gravelly and [...]