This is all you'll need as your aural backdrop for what's left of the Christmas season. It's a three-hour--plus 17:56 minute--mashup of every Christmas song ever recorded, from the cute to the charming to the charmingly cute to the downright satanic. I hate this stuff with a passion, but maybe if ... More >>
Get up close and personal with the gross-out auteur
Who made John Waters?
Karl Hagstrom Miller is a cultural historian (and professor at UT-Austin), whose first book, Segregating Sound, rethinks folk and blues by looking at the formative moments of these genres through the lens of the intellectuals and phonograph companies with the most interest in shaping them. I ... More >>
Relics of better, more mirrored times, these disco balls can be yours for the starting bid of $1,000. The woman, swaddled in ankle-length furs and trailing two sullen pre-teens in her considerable wake, bustled up to the reservationist's lectern in Tavern on the Green's entry way. "We want t ... More >>
Isaac Hayes died Sunday, August 10, ten days shy of his 66th birthday. He was a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The the first non-acting African-American to win an Oscar, and a threetime Grammy winner. As much as anyone, Isaac Hayes, with his unique, near spoken-word bass vocals and pencha ... More >>
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Why Luther Vandross's Legacy Matters
Spooning on the couchit's not for them to say, but maybe they will . . .
Ray Charles compels 12 disciples to tell us just exactly who they are
Ralph BurnsFrom Woody Herman to Ray Charles to Bob Fosse