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Holly Cara Price
Holly Cara Price is a New York City-based archival researcher and social media consultant. She writes about books, music, photography, television, and health for The Huffington Post and is working on her first full length novel, to be published next spring. Her greatest delight lies in examining the slings and arrows of outrageous pop culture.

Entries by Holly Cara Price

Josh Ritter Debuts Brilliant New Crowd-Sourced Video "Homecoming"

(0) Comments | Posted December 11, 2015 | 1:54 PM

Josh Ritter, whose latest album Sermon on the Rocks has been called by many his best ever song collection, recently initiated a call to action with his robust fan base by asking for photographs of their hometowns. His team received literally thousands of images, from all over the USA and...

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Josh Ritter Talks About His 8th Studio Album, Sermon on the Rocks, Released Today

(0) Comments | Posted October 16, 2015 | 1:15 PM

Josh Ritter's eighth studio album, Sermon on the Rocks (Pytheas Recordings), is a rollicking and tender masterpiece. His robust fan base has been eagerly awaiting this record a long time, especially since he's previewed quite a few of these tunes at live concerts over the past year. Produced by Ritter...

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The Big See: Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer

(0) Comments | Posted October 14, 2015 | 12:43 PM

I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in April of 2011. I had effectively sidestepped medical drama my entire life (I'm not counting a tonsillectomy at age 7 or the time a door slammed on my index finger and the top had to be reattached or even the time a...

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Graceful and Gracious: Judy Collins Is Back

(0) Comments | Posted September 15, 2015 | 9:41 AM

The New York Times dubbed her "The Ageless Wild Angel of Pop." Her ethereal, stunning voice has informed our lives since 1967. That was when Judy Collins' classic album, Wildflowers, zoomed up the album charts to #5, containing her Top 10 hit single, the Joni Mitchell-penned "Both Sides Now."

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Book Review: Waveland by Simone Zelitch

(0) Comments | Posted September 10, 2015 | 4:23 PM

Since the recent publication of Simone Zelitch's fourth novel, Waveland (The Head and the Hand Press), there have been such a spate of racist and violent events in this country that one could be forgiven for believing we are still somehow mired in the hate and horror of the early...

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Shooting for the Stars, Belsky's Newest Page Turning Thriller

(0) Comments | Posted September 3, 2015 | 11:58 AM

Journalist R.G. Belsky's background includes being metropolitan editor for The New York Post, deputy national editor and metropolitan editor for The New York Daily News, news editor at Star Magazine, and, most recently, managing news editor at One can understand why and how he comes by the fertile imagination...

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37 Years on: Thank You, Bruce Springsteen

(6) Comments | Posted August 27, 2015 | 11:56 AM

August 26 is always a day that occasions me to fall into a reverie. Before the night of August 26, 1978 I was one person. After that night I changed and eventually everything in my life changed. That night had deep reverberations like a church bell whose echoes go on...

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Some Enchanted Evening: New York City's Le Dîner en Blanc

(0) Comments | Posted August 7, 2015 | 4:31 PM

Once upon a time, François Pasquier decided to throw a dinner party for his friends in Paris after having spent some years abroad. So many people responded that he asked them to congregate at the Bois de Boulogne dressed all in white so they could more easily locate one another....

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Pamela Des Barres: Writing Coach and Living Legend

(1) Comments | Posted July 16, 2015 | 5:26 PM

I wish you could've heard my reaction when my friend Sheva first told me last year that Pamela Des Barres was teaching a writing class in New York City for two consecutive nights. "Miss P," as Mick Jagger called her back in the day, was an icon of mine since...

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After Charleston: Stop the World and Let's Fix This Now

(1) Comments | Posted June 23, 2015 | 12:00 PM

There is a deep sadness that won't leave me. It dogs my steps. Similar to the days surrounding the Newtown massacre of first graders almost three years ago, I feel bereft of any joy when I live in a world where what happened in Charleston last Wednesday took place.


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The Summer of Me

(2) Comments | Posted June 8, 2015 | 10:57 AM

I recently celebrated a milestone birthday at the end of April which, understandably perhaps, caused quite a bit of soul searching. I spent considerable time looking back at my wild and crazy life and came to some rather important conclusions about the future.

First and most importantly, I decided that...

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Amanda Palmer and Patreon: All The Things, All The Time

(1) Comments | Posted June 2, 2015 | 4:15 PM

Right before I called Amanda to do this interview, I had muted my television. There was a car commercial on the screen, using as it's background music an iconic pop song by an '80s artist whom, I was fairly sure, never dreamed he would someday be selling cars with his...

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Welcome to Cancer Land

(4) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 12:11 PM

It was four years ago this week -- the week of my birthday -- when I first went to see my gynecologist after having found a large lump in my right breast. I put my brain on standby mode and went in for an examination. She took a look and...

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New Rock Musical Out Of My Comfort Zone Spotlights Bullying and Gender Identity

(1) Comments | Posted February 26, 2015 | 12:24 PM

Rachel and Josh are in middle school. They've been friends since second grade and do everything together. Meanwhile, Rachel has had a secret longstanding crush on Josh and she's afraid to tell him. He's gay but is closeted to his friends and family. Add to the mix a particularly unsavory...

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This Thing of Ours, Scandinavian Style: Netflix Series Lilyhammer Deserves Much More Attention Than It's Getting

(2) Comments | Posted January 21, 2015 | 6:09 PM

There is no doubt that video streaming platforms have considerably leveled the playing field with regard to episodic series. These interlopers (Netflix and Amazon most prominently, at least for now) have even garnered awards that were heretofore only in the realm of broadcast television. But as we gravitate more and...

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Just Around the Corner to the 15th Year of Light of Day

(0) Comments | Posted January 12, 2015 | 4:25 PM

In November of 1998, beloved Jersey rock impresario and manager Bob Benjamin rented out a small restaurant in Red Bank, New Jersey for his 40th birthday. Benjamin had recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system, and instead of gifts he asked that donations...

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Jane Siberry's Holiday Hoes and Hosers Brings Magic to Iridium Jazz Club

(1) Comments | Posted December 18, 2014 | 4:01 PM

A glittering metropolis like Manhattan has many, many confectionary delights at Christmastime but one of the best is Jane Siberry's Holiday Hoes and Hosers show this week at Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club. Each night features a special guest culled from the vast treasure trove that is New York City.

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The Life of Bobby Fuller Is Celebrated This Weekend

(0) Comments | Posted December 5, 2014 | 2:55 PM

I Fought the Law: The Life and Strange Death of Bobby Fuller was published on Thursday December 4, by Brooklyn's own Kicks Books. Written by Randell Fuller (Bobby's brother) with Miriam Linna of Kicks Books/Norton Records, the book is the long awaited first authorized biography of Texas legend Bobby Fuller,...

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The Big See: How Having Cancer Showed Me What Is Most Important

(11) Comments | Posted November 30, 2014 | 11:29 PM

I clearly remember the day that I first heard those words that no one ever wants to hear: You have cancer. You never forget that moment you suddenly come face to face with your own mortality -- literally, the wake-up call of the century. Your life immediately divides like a...

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Erika Stone: A Social Vision

(0) Comments | Posted November 18, 2014 | 3:43 PM

World-renowned photographer Erika Stone's work is currently featured in a retrospective exhibition at the gallery at Battery Park's Hallmark Senior Residence through December 10. Stone, a very spry 90 years of age and a Hallmark resident, was present at the opening reception November 10. "I love to talk to people...

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