What was the first rock and roll song? Ask music historians and you'll get a range of '40s and early '50 candidates, from "Good Rockin' Tonight" to "Rocket 88."
Ah, but when did the Rock Era begin? That's easier. Everybody knows that Bill Haley and His Comets' rendition of "Rock Around the C ... More >>
There probably hasn't been a Heisman candidate this decade with such strong credentials for the title of Outstanding College Football Player in The Nation as Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton. Newton's numbers are phenomenal: as a passer. 123 completions in 185 attempts for 1890 yards (a 10.3 ... More >>
Via BNO News, it's apparently being reported by Reuters that Wyclef Jean's chances of being the next president of Haiti don't look likely, as his name is reportedly not on the list of approved candidates. His chances and crediblity as a candidate can best be summed up in one paragraph of the ... More >>
"Wow, Kenny Rogers was always right!" Photo by Deborah Suchman Zeolia"Oh my God, you're a Nick Rhodes girl," says Rob Sheffield, referring to Duran Duran's keyboardist. Earlier in the evening, we'd wrapped an interview about Sheffield's new book, Talking to Girls About Duran Duran: One Young ... More >>
"So who would you rather play in the ALDS?"
I think the only set of 9 words I've heard more often than this is "Thank you for your submission to our publication. Unfortunately..."
But in the last week, the pending ALDS opponent has been like a bag of PopSecret stuck in the penant race micro ... More >>
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Going Places: How America's Best and Brightest Got Started
Down the Road of Life
E.D. Hill, former ho ... More >>
Download My Morning Jacket's entire New Year's Eve show here.
My Morning Jacket
Madison Square Garden
December 31, 2008
So My Morning Jacket isn't the new Grateful Dead. That was Phish. Except that Phish wasn't half as good as the Grateful Dead and only had about half a dozen great songs ("Wolfm ... More >>