Ring-A-Ding Ding With New Bells and Whistles: A Sinatra Classic Gets a Much-Needed Upgrade
Drinker of booze, listener of music, watcher of baseball, writer of words
Serious Sinatraphiles need to buy Ring-A-Ding Ding! again, no matter how many times they've bought it before. Why? A 50-year-old screwup that's dogged every release of the album has finally been fixed.
TV Writer, Rolling Stone Contributing Editor and author, 'He Is... I Say'
Spike's Guys Choice Awards is a spirited celebration of the things men love and has become an annual star-studded Guyaplooza.
The Donnybrook Writing Academy
Music festivals are much like the Boy Scouts in that it's very important to be prepared. Here's how we have prepared ourselves for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, June 16th-19th.
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
Brooks' first novel, 2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America, has popped on to the New York Times' best-seller list -- that kind of commercial success is an unaccustomed feeling for Brooks.
Mighty Movie Podcast: Mali Elfman on Do Not Disturb
Shot on the proverbial shoestring over seven quick production days, Do Not Disturb is a curious little anthology film with some interesting names attached.
Radio Personality on Solar Powered KRUU-FM, Music Biz Vet
Louisville rocked on the cutting edge Tuesday, May 31st, when hometown heroes My Morning Jacket took the stage at The Palace Theater for a three hour performance for Unstaged: An Original Series From American Express.
About 18 months after Avatar turned everyone into a 3D fanatic, the 'cool' factor is wearing off, as audiences are realizing that most 3D isn't going to blow their minds or take them to another world of immersion.
Producer extraordinaire (Ramone) and acclaimed singer-songwriter (Evin)
This week, we feature music by A.C. Newman, Anathallo, Savoy, and more.
The Search Is Over: Liz Garbus on Bobby Fischer Against the World
Freelance writer and critic from Kansas City
Liz Garbus' new documentary brings the tension of the Cold War to life and explains why Bobby Fischer's chess matches captured public attention.
Author, "Professional Idiot"; stunt performer
I was born with an unhealthy need for everyone to be looking at me, so it would seem that writing a book about myself would be right up my alley. But recounting my worst behavior with brutal honesty presented some problems.
FOX45 Reporter, Starpulse Entertainment Writer
Perhaps taking a page out of the Olsen twins' book, Jessica Simpson announced this week that her sister Ashlee, 26, will aid her in designing a tween fashion line for her self-named clothing label.
Writer Jane Espenson on Game of Thrones, Torchwood and Geek Girls
Epenson weighed in on the recent geek girl discussion that made Twitter explode and gave us a peek at what she watches in her downtime and the shows she's got coming up next.
As I was talking about the end of a life, I hoped to not sink under the weight of all that stuff as a writer -- I wanted to be accompanied by the wildness, the jubilance, the willingness to engage that I felt in "Rainy Day Women."
I caught up with the pretty face who melts faces by phone last week, and asked her about silencing the critics, being labeled "a bad girl," and whether or not she's done with acting altogether.
Film Review: Just Like Us
College English Instructor in Northern California
Ahmed takes us on a whirlwind tour of the comedy club circuit from Dubai to Beirut to Riyadh to Cairo. The movie is funny, enlightening, and I'll bet quite surprising to a Western audience.
!W.A.R.: Fighting the Politics of Exclusion by Documenting a History of Women's Art (and Much More)
Women Film Critics Circle
Hershman Leeson asks the audience? "Can you name three women artists?" She took her camera into the streets where flabbergasted subjects exiting world-class museums struggle to name names. A few, tentatively, produce, "Frida Kahlo?"
Swing in the Ring: The Sweetback Sisters Are Looking For A Fight
Entertainment and Sports Journalist
With Looking For A Fight, the Sweetback Sisters could turn out to be the decade's Bring It Girls. Showing true grit and wit, they are a genuine blast from the past -- no matter how far back you want to go.
Co-producer/director, 'Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider'
Last Tuesday, Bryant Park was a chess fest. Young and old, seasoned and novice players sat head in hands contemplating plastic pieces on the checkered mats. You could hear a pawn drop.
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