He knew his emotional pain seemed to cause him physical harm.
Other decades of unrest brought out artists who used their art to create both empathy and social change. It’s time for that kind of uprising again.
One grunge rock anthem reveals the connections and disconnections between two brothers.
Gone, but never forgotten. Ryan Bell shares what Kurt Cobain left him…and us…more than 20 years after his death.
The big secret of grunge was that it didn’t describe a style of music, fashion, or even attitude. It was the line where the misfits finally broke through. By Sean Beaudoin.
Kurt Cobain’s childhood friend, author Jeff Burlingame, reflects on the ways in which Kurt changed his life.
Greg Olear on the Gin Blossoms’ troubled genius.
Bust out your cardigan and your Greasies. Jarad Dewing’s grunging it up.
David Stern once again gives the Emerald City the finger.
Have you ever had your mind changed by a book, been brought to tears by a movie, heard a song that could sum up the end of your relationship, or sat and stared at a painting? At some point, there was a Bard who channeled some divine genius and make you feel that way.
Thomas Burson provides a brief remembrance on the 18th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death.
Is addiction really a ‘special gift’ that, if harnessed, can be used for good rather than evil?