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The Swampby John Crewdson The most imperative question in American politics was answered this morning. Not who's going to be Barack Obama's running mate, although Delaware Sen. Joe Biden did become the first politician in history to say flatly that he......
Before I explain what it was like to be a childless man surrounded by Disney princesses and the parents who love (and bankroll) them, seated by himself at Disney on Ice and soaking in princess culture — a story: Once upon a time … There...
Chicago jazz listeners have a great deal to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend: Muriel Anderson: Three years ago, the mighty Chicago jazz guitarist John Moulder enriched one of his many engagements at the Green Mill Jazz Club by sharing the stage...
Tags: Music, Holidays, Concerts, Charles Mingus, Entertainment
Dear Amy: I started a relationship with a work colleague about four months ago. I am aware that he already has a girlfriend in a long-distance relationship. They have been together for four years. What started as a mere physical relationship has turned...
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Who is the greatest guitar player? Depending on your age and musical tastes, the answer will vary. Eric Clapton, yes? Or, for those of a classical bent, perhaps Andres Segovia? How about, for you older folks, Les Paul or Django Reinhardt? Rolling...
CHANHASSEN, Minn.— Prince is rolling his eyes. "The hardest thing with musicians," he explains to a visitor to his Paisley Park recording studio, "is getting them not to play." The quintuple-threat singer-songwriter-producer-performer-multi-...
Tags: Music, George Clinton, Michael Jordan, Count Basie, Havas
Before emerging in recent years as one of the most acclaimed young songwriters and artists in theU.K., Emeli Sande took a little medical detour. Who is Sande? Her inaugural North American tour brings her to Lincoln Hall on May 30. But she’s already...
Levon Helm was the rarest of musical multi-taskers: an unflappable drummer and a singer who wrung soul out of every note. He also was a terrific team player and bandmate; he made the people around him sound good. Helm was "the only drummer who could make...
IT'S ALMOST ALWAYS a bad idea to meet your heroes. No matter what variety of fan you are — there are two kinds: those who innocently hang posters on the wall and those for whom the idol's life and work has been permanently absorbed into the...
If you want to make Stephen Sondheim mad enough to swat you over the head with a rolled-up musical score, try this: Call him a poet. As Sondheim insists in interviews, essays and in the introduction to his book "Finishing the Hat: Collected Lyrics...
Tags: Music, Julia Keller, Jewel, Culture, Jonathan Franzen
A tweak. A twinge. A minor ache in the knee. A mild stitch in the side. For most of us, the process of aging arrives in what the showbiz folks call a soft open: You don't feel it in a grand thunderclap, but in a gradual series of small incidents. When...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning Seriously, a billion dollars for the Cubs? I guess losses are the new wins. If they treated this bidding war like it ought to be, they'd dust off Bob Barker, prop him up and settle this like men, "Price is...
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