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Greta Van Fleet rock “When the Curtain Falls” for Canadian fans in new live video: Watch

Greta Van Fleet rock “When the Curtain Falls” for Canadian fans in new live video: Watch
  • Greta Van Fleet rock “When the Curtain Falls” for Canadian fans in new live video: Watch FWC: Greta Van Fleet rock “When the Curtain Falls” for Canadian fans in new live video: Watch

    The quick rise to fame by Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet has been remarkable, as the young band makes its mark throughout the world. But Canada just may be the place where the band has made the most impact. “When the Curtain Falls”, the first single off the band’s recently released debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, has spent…

  • Reactions: Constance Wu on her historic 'Crazy Rich Asians' nomination FWC: Reactions: Constance Wu on her historic ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ nomination

    When Constance Wu landed her first career Golden Globe nomination, “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu was one of the first to ring with emotional early-morning congratulations. The historic nature of Wu’s lead actress, comedy, nomination, for her turn as Asian American rom-com heroine Rachel Chu, keeps sinking in, making the already-groundbreaking Warner Bros. hit — which is also…

  • Gavin Newsom to mark inauguration with fundraiser for wildfire victims, ceremony outside Capitol FWC: Gavin Newsom to mark inauguration with fundraiser for wildfire victims, ceremony outside Capitol

    Low-income housing developments in California could receive a continued infusion of public subsidies under proposals unveiled this week by state lawmakers. Multiple new bills call for new funding for low-income housing through a revival of an urban redevelopment program and by increasing tax credits to fund new projects. Legislators have failed to pass versions of the same measures in years…

  • Man who drove into Charlottesville counterprotesters had images of hatred in his mind, prosecutor says FWC: Man who drove into Charlottesville counterprotesters had images of hatred in his mind, prosecutor says

    A man who killed a woman and injured dozens of people at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., had images of hatred and violence in his mind when he drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, a prosecutor told jurors on Thursday. James Alex Fields Jr. is being tried on a first-degree…

  • 2019 Golden Globes nominations: Full coverage of the snubs, surprises, nominee reactions and more FWC: 2019 Golden Globes nominations: Full coverage of the snubs, surprises, nominee reactions and more

    Christian Bale as Dick Cheney, left, and Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush in “Vice,” which earned a leading six Golden Globes nominations. (Matt Kennedy / Annapurna Pictures) Hollywood figuratively crashed the funeral Thursday. Even as President George H.W. Bush was being laid to rest in Houston following a final service and several days of heartfelt eulogies, the Hollywood Foreign…

  • Southland storm was much stronger than forecasters predicted, catching officials off guard FWC: Southland storm was much stronger than forecasters predicted, catching officials off guard

    The storm Thursday that caused mudslides, closed highways and evacuation in burn zones was more intense than expected. On Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service office in Oxnard tweeted that the rain event was expected to produce light to moderate rains, and the threat of mudslides and…

  • My long, agonizing quest to find the perfect Jewish guy FWC: My long, agonizing quest to find the perfect Jewish guy

    I was a senior in high school having the typical boyfriend-girlfriend conversation: What religion would we raise our children? His perfectly normal 17-year-old response, “You can take the girls and I’ll take the boys.” It was at this point that I decided that if for some bizarre reason this relationship…

  • Golden Globe TV categories honor the shiny and new once again FWC: Golden Globe TV categories honor the shiny and new once again

    The drama series category featured an entirely new field of nominees, meaning that both last year’s dystopian winner, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and weepie favorite, “This Is Us,” were overlooked in favor of four first-year series: “Pose,” a groundbreaking FX drama about the ’80s ballroom scene featuring a cast of transgender performers; “Bodyguard,” a British thriller with shades of early “Homeland”;…