dancing in the dark

Ned Washington and Victor Young's venerable standard "Stella by Starlight" is treated with authority and conviction when
Many people unfairly associate Springsteen only with the working man or a man's only musician -- that couldn't be further from the truth.
News that Encores! here in New York is mounting a "new stage adaptation" of The Band Wagon as a "Special Event" beginning Thursday filled my girls with wonder, and not a little moral outrage. "Why?" they cried! All I could think to reply was: Why not?
I don't necessarily get Encores! special events as a concept. However I'm happy such things exist. I hope The Band Wagon is great and has a future life. But if it doesn't live on, at least there is time to see it next week at City Center.
The Big Man--saxophonist Clarence Clemons-- shows up around the three minute mark, and that red suit he's rocking is quite
An interview with Morris Dickstein about his new book, Dancing In the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression as well as what he plans on presenting at the Creative Time Summit.