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Radio is still a pretty great way to stumble across something unexpected…Al Cattabiani remembers some unforgettable bands.
In case you really need a reason…
Come on a field trip to check out the music of Boubacar Traore.
A heart-wrenching but deeply funny and ultimately uplifting story of family, love, loyalty, and hope, The Art of Racing in the Rain is a beautifully crafted and captivating look at the wonders and absurdities of human life . . . as only a dog could tell it.
The comedy boom of the 80’s was the bust of the 90’s – here’s what’s working today.
Steve Miller, for right or wrong, has achieved a bit of a reputation for being hard to work with. Here’s why.
Hope you’re not in rush to have one made. This custom work of art takes six months to create.
Tate Donovan, converses about his latest 13th Century adventures.
The life of Harvey Fierstein, exploring his past, his sexuality, and his breakout roles.
Bob Varettoni implores viewers not to watch the Comedy Central Roast: “Hateful speech masquerading as entertainment should be swept aside.”
Jim Jackson loved his stint at a video rental store and envisioned spending his later years working there too.
Emma Cline’s “The Girls” is a book that perfectly encapsulates the angst and insecurity and sadness of adolescence while transporting the reader back to a time when there wasn’t a mass shooting in the news every other week. Sarah Beauchamp reviews it here.
Gregory Peck portrays a writer searching for his soul based on the novel originally written by Hemingway. What more could you want? Rich Monetti reviews.
John Faithful Hamer remembers the 80’s through Netflix’s hit show, Stranger Things.
The CultureSonar team interviews Chris I about his website devoted to all things funny.