The Daily Gamecock

Tyler Simpson

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 13: Karen O of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs performs at the NPR Showcase at Stubbs Bar-B-Que on March 13, 2013 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ ‘Mosquito’ packs big bite

New York band plays with elements of pitch, adult themes Yeah Yeah Yeahs have gone through some changes recently. At the start of the New York rock band’s fame, front woman Karen O was a wild child with raven hair, donning ripped fishnets and touting unpredictable mood swings. She would douse herself and her fans in beer while guitarist Nick Zinner and drummer Brian Chase bashed away on their instruments.

‘42’ not No. 1 in accuracy, character development

In the Major League Baseball world, today marks Jackie Robinson Day, the day when baseball personnel and fans alike honor the memory of a MLB legend by wearing the number “42.” And just in time for Jackie Robinson Day comes “42,” a biopic about Robinson’s rise to becoming the first black baseball player in major league history.


‘Game of Thrones’ conquers third season on HBO

Medieval series intrigues audience with sex, power Never before has the medieval fantasy genre been so appealing to a variety of audiences since “The Lord of the Rings.” The difference is that “Game of Thrones,” one of HBO’s most popular series, is more politically based and focused on rivaling families

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