[Editor's note: Weekly scribe Jeff Weiss's column, "Bizarre Ride," appears on West Coast Sound every Wednesday. His archives are available here.]
*Low End Theory Anniversary
*More Low End Theory Oral History From Those Who Helped Build It
All apologies to Mr. Holland, but our opuses hav ... More >>
*What The Hell Is Backstreet Boys' "I Want It That Way" About? UPDATE: Mind-blowing Shit Has Come To Light
*Color Me Badd Lyrical Dissection: What Does "We Can Do It 'til We Both Wake Up" Mean?
It's truly impossible to tally the changes the record industry has undergone in the past decade ... More >>
Approximately 355,000 people visit the Page Museum at La Brea Tar Pits each year, which has us wondering what percentage of attendees are grade schoolers forced there on a class trip because -- let's face it -- the Tar Pits kind of suck.
Yeah, it's cool that tar has been seeping from the ground aro ... More >>
Breakfast Club scene from the musical revue For the Record: John Hughes (Holiday Road)If you were alive in the 1980's, chances are that the films of John Hughes have worked their way into your memory and/or heart. Whether it was that kiss over cake in Sixteen Candles, that never ending detent ... More >>
THEATER LISTINGS NEW THEATER REVIEW (see below)STAGE
FEATURE on Cormac McCarthy's The Sunset LimitedNEW REVIEW GO ROCK WITH YOU: THE KING OF POP, LATIN STYLE For those of us brought up to giggle at Michael Jackson's foibles, from his holding his son over a balcony by his arms t ... More >>
Larry Tee has floated through contemporary club history like Forrest Gump on ecstasy, seemingly everywhere you'd want to be. Growing up in Atlanta, he hung out with R.E.M. and co-wrote fellow Atlantan Ru Paul's 1992 hit "Supermodel (You Better Work)." In 1990s New York he became a DJ on the club kid ... More >>