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College Rock Collision: Yo La Tengo and Modern Dog in Bangkok

BANGKOK — One is an indie rock band from New Jersey known for delightful covers. The others are credited as the fathers of Thai alternative rock. Both remain timeworn favorites of ‘90s kids and will join forces on stage next month.
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Overdose on Metal at Immortal Bar

BANGKOK — Let off some steam and sweat to some snarling and growling death metal next month at an underground bar in the Din Daeng area.

Bill Murray Accepts Humor Prize After Gentle Roast

WASHINGTON — In an evening filled with jokes about Bill Murray's elusiveness and quirky personality, it was David Letterman who provided the most touching moment as Murray was honored with the nation's top prize for comedy.

Wonderfruit Not to Fall Until February

PATTAYA — This year’s Wonderfruit Festival has been rescheduled to next year in light of the death of His Majesty the Late King.

Entertainers Go Abroad as Nightlife Struggles During Mourning Period

BANGKOK — It’s not often that Chalasin Duangsupa drops in to strum his guitar at his little coffee shop in the capital’s Prachaniwet area.

Entertainment Behind Closed Doors Okay, Gov’t Clarifies

BANGKOK — Officials have clarified that entertainment in the private sector is free to continue if it takes place behind closed doors.

Bangkok’s World Film Festival Rescheduled to January

BANGKOK —The 14th World Film Festival of Bangkok set for November has been postponed to next year to mourn the passing of King Bhumibol.

Bangkok, Famed Capital of Free-Wheeling Fun, Goes Dark Indefinitely (Photos)

BANGKOK — In Bangkok's red light district Soi Cowboy, 7pm is usually the beginning of a long, neon night of music and enticement. But on Thursday’s historical night of Oct. 13, it was the end.

What’s Canceled, Closed and Open in Bangkok During Mourning Period (Updated)

BANGKOK — In the wake of His Majesty King Bhumibol’s death Oct. 13, the authorities have called for 30 days without entertainment.
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Where Do We Go Now: Reunited Guns N’ Roses Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK — For the first time ever in Thailand, Axl and Slash and the rest of Gun N’ Roses will welcome audiences to their jungle early next year, Viji Corp announced Thursday afternoon.

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