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by Carson Porter | May 31, 2011
Via TravelZoo's daily deals: Pop music sensation Rihanna's "Loud" tour explodes onto stage next weekend in Baltimore with tickets for $41.05 (regularly $85.20). Cee Lo Green and J. Cole will open for the superstar in her only appearance in the area.  I just got around to really listening to Cee Lo's latest and there are a couple of great songs on there besides "Forget You" (cleaned up title). Check out "Bodies", "Old Fashioned", & "I Want You" if you haven't yet. $41 is a bargain and over half off the $85 face value.
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By Tionah Lee | May 21, 2013
It's like guerrilla warfare right now. We are focused. You chose them America, and last night was your chance to see them perform. The competition is now out of the hands of the coaches and up to you. The top 10 took the stage last night, with the help of celebrity mentors Hillary Scot, Sheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams and veteran coach Cee Lo Green. Team Blake: Holly Tucker, "How Great Thou Art" It was time for Holly Tucker to stand her ground and go back to her roots.
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By Wesley Case | July 11, 2011
THE GOOD: Similar to last year's lineup, there's a lot to like, especially if you take pride in keeping up with music just-outside the Top 40. TV on the Radio, Black Keys and a set from LCD Soundsystem head honcho James Murphy are the big names committed. Dance-enthusiasts Cut Copy and Empire of the Sun will sound particularly fitting in the sexual heat (Sept. 10, Merriweather Post Pavilion). Prepare to sweat it all out. Also, an obvious good: the price.   THE BAD: No glaring mistakes here.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 5, 2012
Oh, America. You brutal, merciless fool. When it comes to "The Voice," you messed up, America. True, you cut someone who reached her peak weeks ago, but you also eliminated the twee princess who wrapped herself so tightly around our hearts. I'm not even going to beat around the bush here -- I'll leave the suspense and ratings-pandering to Carson Daly. Last night, America voted off Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez. This means two things: One, that like Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine is now wholly out of the competition as well, and two, that America doesn't know a good thing if it beats them over the head with a tambourine, guitar and Cruella De Vil hairstyle.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | September 19, 2012
Teams are nearly half-full on NBC's "The Voice," which can only mean there's at least a solid week left of blind auditions. Good thing the blinds are so fun, but that doesn't mean there's not a healthy dose of heartbreak thrown in. Collin McLoughlin, 24, from Bedford, N.Y., with Cat Stevens' "Wild World" This N.Y.U. drop-out was charming, mellow, and beautifully handled this oldie-but-goodie. Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine all turned for his "laser-y sharp" pitch, in Adam's words, and Collin went with Adam.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tionah Lee | May 21, 2013
It's like guerrilla warfare right now. We are focused. You chose them America, and last night was your chance to see them perform. The competition is now out of the hands of the coaches and up to you. The top 10 took the stage last night, with the help of celebrity mentors Hillary Scot, Sheryl Crow, Pharrell Williams and veteran coach Cee Lo Green. Team Blake: Holly Tucker, "How Great Thou Art" It was time for Holly Tucker to stand her ground and go back to her roots.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | September 26, 2012
After tonight, we only have one night left of blind auditions left on NBC's "The Voice. " Can you believe it?! Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton have precious few spots left on their teams, and there's still so much talent to go around. Sylvia Yacoub, 19, of Michigan/Egypt, with Rihanna's "Only Girl (In the World)" Sylvia basically attacked this song, and handled it with power and mastery. She caught Christina's attention pretty quickly, and Cee Lo and Blake pushed their buttons soon after.
MOBILE
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
Why you should be watching'The Voice' We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | January 31, 2012
We'd rather not think about the Super Bowl. But after the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to Sunday's winner comes a championship contest we can really get behind: the premiere of the second season of "The Voice" on NBC. A different kind of talent takes the field as singers compete for a recording contract, a $100,000 prize and a definite article. All have impressive voices - but who has "the" voice? The reality show had a knock-out first season last spring, raking in eight million to 14 million viewers an episode over its 10-week run. The success prompted a second season, with NBC debuting the show in the post-Super Bowl time slot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | February 20, 2012
Man, those judges on “The Voice” did some major work tonight, scooping up more talented hopefuls as we endured (enjoyed?) another week of blind auditions. I seem to have forgotten that this show is a marathon, not a sprint - but we're so close to finishing the first stretch of the race.   Next week's the last week of the blind auditions. Then we get to the battle rounds. And just in case you're thinking this show takes itself too seriously (which it does), I offer the continued appearance of Cee Lo Green's cat, Purrfect, as whimsical balance.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | October 10, 2012
Tuesday night on NBC's "The Voice," it was a battle between the singer who can dance and the dancer who can sing,  between twee and bombastic, and the time-saving glory of the montage and my poor memory of "who the hell are these people. " TEAM CEE LO Cee Lo Green took to the field first, pairing of dancer/singer/model/whatever Domo against foul-mouthed, bleeping wonder Cody Belew with Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone. " (All Hail the Queens.) Cee Lo put it best: Cody's a singer who can dance, and Domo's a dancer who can sing, and he wanted to see who had the whole package.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | October 2, 2012
It's the last night of blind auditions, and each coach only has two spots left on their teams. You ready? Because the best moment in NBC's "The Voice" history happened tonight. Nathalie Hernandez, 15, from Florida with Taylor Swift's "White Horse" Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton pushed their buttons within three notes of Nathalie's song, and Adam Levine soon followed. Adorable moment of the night: A simple smile and "thank you" when her song was finished. Not an iota of arrogance to this one, and I like it. Nathalie was splendid, but T. Swift isn't really my cup of tea -- still, she left quite an impression on the coaches, and she chose Christina.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | September 26, 2012
After tonight, we only have one night left of blind auditions left on NBC's "The Voice. " Can you believe it?! Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton have precious few spots left on their teams, and there's still so much talent to go around. Sylvia Yacoub, 19, of Michigan/Egypt, with Rihanna's "Only Girl (In the World)" Sylvia basically attacked this song, and handled it with power and mastery. She caught Christina's attention pretty quickly, and Cee Lo and Blake pushed their buttons soon after.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 25, 2012
Spots are getting scant on the teams of NBC's "The Voice" so the coaches are getting pickier and pickier (and sassier and sassier) and competition's getting fierce. But for the contestants, it's still all about singing and dreams. Michelle Brooks-Thompson, 28, from Massachusetts with "Proud Mary" by CCR A football-hopeful husband with dashed dreams created a kind of parallel for Michelle, and the last thing she wanted was for both of their dreams to be crushed. But Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green both turned their chairs before the tempo shift even kicked.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | September 19, 2012
Teams are nearly half-full on NBC's "The Voice," which can only mean there's at least a solid week left of blind auditions. Good thing the blinds are so fun, but that doesn't mean there's not a healthy dose of heartbreak thrown in. Collin McLoughlin, 24, from Bedford, N.Y., with Cat Stevens' "Wild World" This N.Y.U. drop-out was charming, mellow, and beautifully handled this oldie-but-goodie. Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine all turned for his "laser-y sharp" pitch, in Adam's words, and Collin went with Adam.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | September 11, 2012
By now, we all know the drill. Celebrity coaches Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine compile teams of singing wunderkinds (of all ages) to compete against one another, but the audition process is blind. Based on the first two seasons, it's a tried and true formula, and now, we begin the next season of talent-discovering, spinning-chair goodness. Again, this season is bigger -- 16 members instead of 12 (wasn't the original team size 8 members? When will this madness stop?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | December 5, 2012
Oh, America. You brutal, merciless fool. When it comes to "The Voice," you messed up, America. True, you cut someone who reached her peak weeks ago, but you also eliminated the twee princess who wrapped herself so tightly around our hearts. I'm not even going to beat around the bush here -- I'll leave the suspense and ratings-pandering to Carson Daly. Last night, America voted off Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez. This means two things: One, that like Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine is now wholly out of the competition as well, and two, that America doesn't know a good thing if it beats them over the head with a tambourine, guitar and Cruella De Vil hairstyle.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Toth | February 27, 2012
Finally, the last week of blind auditions on NBC's “The Voice.” At the start of this episode, teams helmed by Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton had precious few spots left for the taking. Cee Lo had the most to offer, with three spots left on his team, with the other three having to be exceptionally picky to fill the two places up for grabs on each of their teams. Team Adam Whitney Myer, 25, from Reno, Nev., whose take on Alicia Keys' “No One” had all the judges spinning their chairs, right off the bat. Orlando Napier, 25, from Los Angeles.
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