This Week's Voice: Rap's Online Overdose, Our Jazz Consumer Guide, Heaven & Hell, Quentin Tarantino, and More
Charles Hamilton, hitting delete
In this week's Village Voice, Ben Detrick reports on rap's online overdose and the perils of allowing guys like Charles Hamilton anywhere near the Internet.
Tom Hull presents the summer edition of our Jazz Consumer Guide.
Phil Freeman celebrates the rebirth of Heaven & Hell, a/k/a Dio-era Black Sabbath.
TicketsSat., Apr. 1, 7:00pm
16th Annual Eric Clapton Birthday Show: Godfrey Townsend & Friends
TicketsSat., Apr. 1, 7:30pm
Dorthaan's Place Jazz Brunch: Bucky Pizzarelli, Ed Laub Duo
TicketsSun., Apr. 2, 11:00am
Munich Philharmonic Orch
TicketsSun., Apr. 2, 7:00pm
Melissa Anderson on the Natalie Wood fest at Walter Reade.
Scott Foundas watches Spike Lee's concert-film version of Passing Strange.
In Art, Daniel Kunitz's Best in Show is at the New Museum for Dorothy Iannone's 'Lioness', Cheim & Reid for 'The Female Gaze: Women Look at Women', and Redflagg for Leona Christie's 'Parts and Labor'.
Plus Michael Musto comes through with a bunch of blind items about raw sex and meth habits, Free Will Astrology, and more...
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