NEW MUSIC DISCOVERY | Cold War Kids "Miracle Mile"
Today's New Music Discovery is from Cold War Kids. Indie-rock outfit Cold War Kids have announced a release date for their fourth album. Titled Dear Miss Lonelyhearts, the album will be available on April 2, 2013 via Downtown Records. The Long Beach, Calif.-based band has enlisted former Modest Mouse guitarist Dann Gallucci and Lars Stalfors (Matt & Kim, Funeral Party) to produce. The group will also release trailers, detailing the making of their record, each week leading up to the release date.
DOUCHE OF THE DAY: Jenelle Evans: 'Teen Mom 2' star reportedly pregnant with second child
This should be wrong to do, but girl, get your act together. "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans is no longer a teen, but she is going to be a mom again, according to a report. Evans' husband, Courtland Rogers, tells Star magazine (via RadarOnline) that Evans is pregnant with her second child. "Me and Jenelle are so happy that she's pregnant," he tells the magazine. "She told me, 'I'm looking forward to a second chance.'" The baby will be the first for Evans, 21, and
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THE CANYONS SNUBBED By Sundance
The producers of Lindsay Lohan's film, "The Canyons," are stunned that their flick has been rejected by The Sundance Film Festival and they think it's largely Lindsay's fault. Apparently, the Sundance people reached out to producers to screen the movie, and we're told producers were led to believe it was a shoo-in. But TMZ found out Sundance passed on the film recently, and the film's producers believe it might be due in part to the hijinks of its troubled star. They think Lindsay was a "turn off" to the highfalutin Sundance folks. "The Canyons" producer, Braxton Pope, tells us his agents William Morris/Endeavor are having a screening for buyers at the end of the month and a number of big companies are interested. [TMZ]
"Diff'rent Strokes" Star Conrad Bain Dead at 89
Conrad Bain, a veteran stage and film actor who became a star in middle age as the kindly white adoptive father of two young African-American brothers in the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes," has died. Bain died Monday of natural causes in his hometown of