The window of opportunity for outdoor concerts in Chicago is closing quickly. But this weekend, one festival plans on sending summer out with a bang.
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The second annual Wanderlust festival in the mountains of Squaw Valley, California wrapped up this past weekend with four days and nights of activity...
How did Moby end up editing a book with a contribution by a sustainable hog farmer? We are at an interesting moment, I think, one in which the vegans are trying a new tact.
It's become the new American Pastime. Instead of turning to the sports page in the morning, I find myself going straight home to HuffPost to see precisely how BP has failed to fix their mess today.
While many of us know Moby as a great musician, singer-songwriter and social activist, we can now add "editor" to his repertoire of how he is making a positive difference in the world.
The Genesis Awards honor those in media who raise public awareness about animal issues, who expose cruelty against animals and work for animal protection.
Moby was there with his co-editor Miyun Park speaking about food safety issues and how annoying he used to be as a militant vegan.
Donovan Leitch, the Cosmic King of the sixties -- with his family and quite a few of his friends and admirers -- will take the stage tonight at Los Angels' famed El Rey Theatre.
Curbed LA is reporting that Downtown NYC fixture Moby may be setting his sites westward. Wolf's Lair, a replica Norman castle near Lake Hollywood comp...
It's called Chime, and it's a puzzle game that integrates the music of artists like Philip Glass and Moby.
The game is the first release for the vide...
The film is essentially the same rant against stupid behavior we've heard for years, dressed up in an elaborate, well-intended package.
Not very long ago I found myself at a fancy green-themed party. At first glance one might think that Mother Nature herself had blessed this sustainable soiree. And then the hors d'oeuvres were passed.
Technically perfect records are the musical equivalent of a man who wears too much cologne and speaks just a bit too loudly.
This week's column features Cage The Elephant, Shuggie Otis, The Fall, Moby, John Zorn and Simon Jeffes.
This concert will be about the music, but its statement of solidarity and support for upliftment in education could be the beginning of yet another American wave of consciousness raising.
This is a video of artists, activists and children reading the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- send it to everyone you know.
Their "Green Your Routine" feature offers easy, practical and economical ways to become green just by changing routines to alter the individual impact we each have on the environment.
With infectious optimism, One Can Make a Difference ends up being a comforting, hopeful read for seemingly helpless times.
Sting, Dave Matthews and a host of other music stars have added their voices to the pro-Tibet movement on a potentially sensitive album for China ahea...
Moby made less than he did as a student when he made a surprise busking appearing in Sloane Square last night.
The international superstar stunned c...
Wow — last night's 150th Anniversary party for the Atlantic magazine is sure taking heat for being weird and exclusive, owing to its high-concep...
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