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I'm With Stupid: The Auditory Purgatory Of America, Chicago And Bread

Todd Hartley | Posted 09.27.2016 | Comedy
Todd Hartley

Satellite radio is great because it has so many stations to choose from. But each of those stations is narrowly focused and intended for people who might be listening in their car for an hour or so -- not people sitting in an office all day.

When a Sad Song Made It Better

Sherry Stanfa-Stanley | Posted 02.02.2015 | Fifty
Sherry Stanfa-Stanley

Dropping the needle, I would rush to sprawl across my twin bed and pick up the stiff cardboard album jacket. Only then, once the music began, did I allow myself the magic of studying the album's back cover and the lyrics printed on the inside liner.

Thelma Houston Will Never Leave Us

David Toussaint | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
David Toussaint

If you've ever worried that age plays a major factor in life's gratification, talk to Thelma Houston. You'll likely find that, yes, it does: Kids are ...

Alice Cooper: The American Treasure

James Campion | Posted 08.27.2012 | Entertainment
James Campion

Alice Cooper is an American treasure and he knows it. Once the viscous, drunken villain of rock and roll and a threat to the very decency of our moral foundation, he has transformed into the clean and sober fist-pumping defiant champion of our hearts.

1970: The Year That Gave Us American Idol, Celebrity Rehab and the First School of Rock

David Browne | Posted 07.13.2011 | Entertainment
David Browne

Other than death and taxes, two things we can seemingly count on forever are albums of pre-rock standards and wobbly auditions on American Idol. For all that, we can thank Ringo Starr.