For a little over four years, I was a bookseller at Borders. I worked at two different stores in two different cities, and I’m immensely proud to have been a part of a bookstore that was there for the books.
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You don’t have time for five acts of Elizabethan puns in verse, so watch one of the following films that actually do justice to the genius from Stratford-upon-Avon.
On July 16, McCartney wrapped up his two-night stay at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx with one of the best concerts I have ever seen in my life.
“(It) Feels So Good” is not the “Walk This Way”-style comeback Steven Tyler was hoping for.
Dozens of music festivals across the country and the world occur throughout the summer and early fall. Here’s a list of your chances to get your nouveau-hippie on.
Punk Jews is a new documentary series that follows the members of the Punk Jew movement in New York City’s East Village. Check out their trailer and stay tuned for more from these awesome Hasidic artists.
Even if music was exponentially better when artists had to try harder to get our attention, social media is the only way to save the record industry.
Radiohead albums shoot out into the universe with one purpose: distract the drooling mainstream media with artistry and the ability to be cooler than anyone without saying anything. They’ve done it again.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will open a two-floor exhibit called “Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power,” giving music’s kick-ass women a chance in the rock spotlight.
Ladies, if you’ve ever wanted to peer inside the male mind, and gentlemen, if you’ve ever wanted to feel secure in your own bromantic feelings, Nice Guys’ Book Club is for you.