As a straightforward biography, “Lou Reed: A Life” is easily the richest and most nuanced depiction of Reed ever written.
I’d been too cynical in my younger days to actually recognize or appreciate that aspect of their songwriting.
A graduate of Brandeis, Kantor landed his “dream job” with the Red Sox in 2003, and hasn’t missed a home game since.
Detroit all-star second baseman Ian Kinsler talks Hank Greenberg, Chipper Jones and defying expectations
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Mike Stax’s biography of once-promising musician Craig Smith read like the ‘Citizen Kane’ of rock biographies.
Phil Spector and Herb Alpert might have made the all-time best Jewish Christmas albums. But Mel Torme and the Moog Machine aren’t far behind.
Sure, Phil Spector’s “A Christmas Gift for You” is the best Jewish Christmas album all time. But let’s not forget Herb Alpert’s “Christmas Album” either.
We all know not to believe in curses or superstition, but during this baseball season in Chicago, the Cubs have taught skeptics to trust in the power of magical thinking.
Philippe Mora’s documentary “Three Days in Auschwitz” features a score by rock legend Eric Clapton and some compelling source material. But is the director too close to his material?