Cleveland has BOTH essentials, Rock & Roll and Baseball.
The lyrics may sometimes offer a little more depth and wisdom than they did in 1980, and the music has certainly evolved with time, but the grooves are all still there. The melodies are still as creative and still catchy as hell.
It’s like saying I support your right to live as a woman, or a man, or as a person of color. I might as well be saying I support your right to wear a green shirt.
Both whip-smart and catchy, Paramore’s 'After Laughter' is the sound of summer in an efficient 43 minutes of pure Power Pop magic.
Our neighbor cares about his yard more than I am capable of caring about anything in this world.
The former One Direction front man reveals any number of limitless new directions he can go on an intimate 1970s-sounding debut album.
It is completely acceptable to wear an Iron Maiden T-Shirt to a Neil Diamond concert. Oddly enough, there is no way you should ever wear a Neil Diamond T-shirt to an Iron Maiden concert. Not sure why that is. Some things are unexplainable.
White folks get to be angry. We get to be shocked. We get to feel these emotions because we are served and supported by the justice system more often than not, and those of us with a conscience expect it to work the same for everyone else. But it just does not work that way.
There is room for ambiguity in this life, and acknowledging that fact while working to change what we can will make us all better feminists and better people.
You really do need to tip your bartender (and your server too, for that matter). I tell you this for your own good. Yes, Minnesota requires that restaurant employers pay their employees at least minimum wage, but nobody working behind a bar or serving you cocktails thinks the work they do is worth $8 an hour.