Music can change your mind, your mood and it may just save your life… “Music kept me from committing suicide as a kid.”
I’m thankful for typical men, and it’s not what stereotypes would have you expect!
Because men love animals too. (And yes, there is a cute cat video included.)
Lyrics have become important, defining. Certain songs are not just enjoyable, but provide significance, whether symbolizing a rise from depression or resuscitating the carefree days of high school.
3 ways the arts have changed my life.
Poet Brian Bowers on grief and goodbyes, and the way love is woven through them both.
Jordan Gray says that rest, play, and independence recharge your relationship faster than anything else. Find out how.
He’s criss-crossing America, giving shows in 27 cities. Many will sell out. Don’t dawdle. Jesse Kornbluth on why you should check out Josh Ritter.
If you want to fast-track your child’s development, forget CDs, books that beep, and toys that whirr. Play music with them, with the emphasis being on “play”.
View image | gettyimages.com I don’t lose books. I lost this one. A few years ago, I bought “Chants of a Lifetime” in Los Angeles, got on the plane, read a few chapters, put it aside and walked off the plane without it. I realized right away I didn’t have it. But I didn’t go […]
Adele Kenny recalls an evening with friends and the complex intersections of companionship and loneliness which emerge when we are simultaneously connected and disconnected.
It took a song sent from his ex-girlfriend for Jerome Bwire to confront to reason why he wasn’t able to form relationships and move on to a happier life.
Bo Diddley could have been a teacher.
Everyone has a “might have been” story. Don’t let the greatest art of your life go unfinished.
Music can be a great outlet and opportunity for bonding, and a guitar is an easy place to begin — if you choose the right one.