If you were to listen the intro to "The Ceiling," the song that's garnered some serious praise for Los Angeles-based The Wild Feathers, you might quickly - and prematurely - assume that the fresh-faced five-piece act is yet another entry into the Mumford-fueled folk-rock revival. Of course, after li ... More >>
He had an uncanny knack for finding tornadoes. Then one found him.
Just when I have been doing some reporting on the role of younger leaders in our own fair city, young people nationally have come in for a minor hailstorm of criticism sparked by a commencement speech at a public high school in Wellesley, Massachusetts. A teacher, David McCullough Jr., son of the f ... More >>
10. Ate dinner last night at Prime Italian on South Beach. In the midst of ridiculous opulence in the form of $20 valet parking and $100,000 cars, it was relatively affordable. $125 for a steak and a couple drinks. Thumbs up. 9. They also offered prime Kobe steak for $30 an ounce. Ou ... More >>
JAWS Unleashed is as sloppy as it is gory
Raja Bell plays defense like most of his Mav teammates play offense
Making a "theater town"
Parade leaves an agonized trail of tears in its song-and-dance wake
Kris Kristofferson has lived a dozen lifetimes, and they keep on coming
Post from Vermont is returned to sender; Who is A Quick One; The Cavern experiments; The Volares get good print
With a new album, Radney Foster isn't so "heartbroke and then some" anymore