December 4, 2012
Having castigated myself during presidential season for missing Bruce Springsteen's show at the Sports Arena in April, I resolved to see him this time around, Orange County traffic be damned.
Because the Greatest Rock and Roll Show One Will Ever Exp ... More >>
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Lloyd Kaufman wants you to watch Troma Entertainment's extensive film catalog for free. Yes, really. The independent film company he co-founded almost 40 years ago with Michael Herz has uploaded a number of its cult ... More >>
There is a concert photograph from the early 1950s of saxophonist Big Jay McNeely lying flat on his back with a mouth full of wind, wailing at a crowd full of feral greasers. The all-white audience, with their eyes and fists both clenched, seem to be trying to capture rock and roll saxophone at it ... More >>
Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen on the cover of "Born to Run"Clarence "The Big Man" Clemons, the powerful and inspiring saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, died on Saturday at the age of 69.
People who aren't Springsteen fans may not truly understand what a sad day it ... More >>
PHOTO BY PATRICK RANGE MCDONALDContinental passengers delayed by a New Jersey blizzard last night were left in the dark through the wee hoursTwitter via spanishNYTimes Square is buried under at least one foot of snowUpdated after the jump: The Weekly's Patrick Range McDonald live-blogs ... More >>
On Monday morning, a day after her oldest daughter celebrated her seventieth birthday, Genevieve Florence Range passed away at the age of 95 in New Jersey. She was my grandmother, friend, and one of the major influences in my life.
Grandma, as her eight grandkids called her, was everything you want ... More >>