Chris Cornell died early Thursday morning. His band Soundgarden played a show on Wednesday night at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Two hours after the show ended, he was gone. For two days, I’ve been working on a piece to pay tribute to him, and it’s been a struggle. Usually when I have a problem…
Get Me Away From Here, I’m Dying
I have no specific reason for loving "Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)" as much as I do. I just know I've been fascinated with it since I first unwrapped my brand new copy of 'Songs in the Attic 'and dropped the needle.
I long to hear our community select a song that will represent the Summer of 2017. I want to believe in the sense of unity from the people that will rise up and do what leaders of political parties cannot. I want music to tie us as a people back together.
The true star of 'Dunkirk' is Christopher Nolan. His direction tells the story.
Democrats weren’t even invited to participate in drafting the bill. Most Republicans weren’t invited either.
And today, I sit in my white, male, middle-class privilege thinking to myself, “Well, now people are going to be afraid to call the police.”
It wasn’t until after my wife and I got married that we made the commitment to dive into all 29 original episodes of “Twin Peaks.” I’ve never looked at ceiling fans the same way again, and I will often reflect on a cup of coffee as being “damn good.”
We’ve developed a problem in this country. We are losing the finer skills of conversation. We are losing the regular skills of listening. We are losing the idea of civility.
When SEMAC hands you $2,500, they don’t just toss a check in the mail and never want to hear from you again. They want results. This is the story of “Lady Parts."