Photos by Bre McgeeThao and Mirah with the Most of AllJuly 1, 2010The Cedar Cultural CenterA collaboration described in their press release to be "as accidentally intentional and charmed as a real-life love child," it was hard to know what to expect from the pairing of beloved indie singer/songwr ... More >>
The Lilith Fair was born of an odd doldrum in popular, female-fore music; the bulk of headliners for their first three seasons - before they suspended the festival for eleven years - were cut from the cheesecloth of alternative radio-directed acoustic-type pop (think Joan Osbourne, Indigo Girls, ... More >>
Proudly gay pop icon Elton John last month played Rush Limbaugh's most recent wedding, obviously bringing into question Elton's valuation of morals over-- do we really need to spell this out for you? Bottom line is it was a sellout for the record books. Here's some other sad cases of how th ... More >>
A special online-only extended interview, including the questions and answers that didn't appear in the paper this week.
A collective of whatever the hell they want. Check out Saturday's Grand Casino show and see if you can make some sense of it.
Longtime collaborators James Schamus and Ang Lee leave their cinema unsigned
How I survived a long weekend with Liz and Sheryl
Finger Eleven: "One Thing"
Suzzy Roche hits the road with a new album about the beauty of staying home
The never-ending showdown between a relentless poetic provocateur and the back-patting literary establishment that shudders at the very sound of his name
Alanis Morissette, pedagogue
A new FCC proposal creates high hopes for local low-watt radio
This year's model, Natalie Imbruglia: The Australian daytime TV actress with the fever for the flavor of a single
Daughters of the Revolution: De'Yona and her cousin in Girls Like Us.
Maybe pop songs kick-start dreams, secrets: Against rock's more comprehensive demands ("You WILL be moved in THIS way!"), maybe all pop wants to be is a spark.