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  • Levon Helm: Joe Henry remembers 'a deacon who spoke our gospel'

     
    Levon Helm: Musician, songwriter and producer Joe Henry writes an appreciation for Levon Helm, drummer and singer with the Band who died on Thursday.
  • Levon Helm 'one of the last true great spirits,' writes Bob Dylan

     
    Bob Dylan, who asked multi-instrumentalist Levon Helm and his band, the Hawks, to join him when he decided to “go electric” in the mid-'60s, has posted a short note on his website about Helm, who died after a long struggle with throat cancer...

    Fire and water at Pasadena's AxS Festival

     
    Taking the theme of Fire and Water for this year’s investigation into how art intersects with science and vice versa, the AxS Festival, put on by the Pasadena Arts Council, offers several showcases for visual art inspired by outer space, dance...

    30 poems in 30 days, on video

     
    The good folks at Diesel Bookstore -- from its outposts in both northern and southern California -- are celebrating National Poetry Month on video. On the company website, they're posting a poem a day, read by their staff, in videos...

    'Auguries of Innocence' by Patti Smith

    'Auguries of Innocence' by Patti Smith
    Who would have guessed, in the mid-1970s, that Patti Smith would end up as the visionary poet-mother of rock 'n' roll? Smith's brilliant early career seemed likely to end in burnout; as she intoned, memorably, at the start of her 1975 debut album,...