The last time that we visited Colorado was a few years earlier in response to one of my grandfather’s “I’ll be gone soon” bouts of melancholy. My father had no patience for […]
This is a sweet bootleg from a March 1991 show in London. The original line-up was almost done by this time; in fact, they were just six months away from playing their […]
Now here’s a pop confection from 1984 that still tastes delicious.
Marlene wasn’t the first jabber-jaw whose inane rambling caused me anxiety, and she certainly wasn’t the last. You work with these people, too, and even if you don’t you hear them prattling […]
I waited a few days to call the number that she gave me. Whether I wanted to seem less eager or simply didn’t want to find out it was a fake number […]
Oh, for Christ’s sake let’s just get this over with.
Something very special is happening at San Francisco’s DNA lounge tonight. Stripmall Architecture, the brainchild of partners Rebecca and Ryan Coseboom, officially release their new album this evening, with help from special […]
During the mid-eighties we either enjoyed or suffered a mini-Hooters craze, depending on your fondness for cuts like “All You Zombies” and “And We Danced.” Hooters band mates Eric Bazilian and Rob […]
The big money moment in this week’s story was our hapless young protagonist slowly sliding toward a splattery demise off the back of a roof, at least for me. After all, I […]
General Rance Templeton burst into the Oval Office like a frantic general bursting into an elliptically-shaped room. “Mr. President,” he growled, his voice thick with whiskey, cigars, and other manly stuff. “It’s […]