Through the combination of diplomacy and technology we are becoming a more integrated society. Music is the proof and leading language used to help keep us mixing and interacting with each other and each other's content.
In keeping with my recent discussions with interesting people, I had the pleasure of chatting up Angel Deradoorian in McCarren Park, here in the epicenter of hip Brooklyn last week.
Like the the Atlantis of lore, the digital-diplomat is not tethered to any hemisphere but rather links to the superiority of knowledge and empathy over geography and ideology.
Interviewing The Rides' Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Barry Goldberg, Plus Talking with John Waite, and Exclusives by Sanders Bohlke and Cameron McGill
"As big as rap is with the R&B community, that's how blues was back in the day. It was the hot thing. We're talking about a genre that is a hundred years old and is still relevant today."
As we see with the Marines in Matterhorn in the heat of battle, they aren't pulling the trigger each time to defend democracy so much as defend themselves and each other as brothers.
1. (e)merge Art Fair At Capitol Skyline Hotel Go early. Go often. The space is massive, the art is quality and some performances
TOP 5 FOR THE NEXT 5 DAYS 4. Autumn Fest At Pizzeria Paradiso All three locations will be offering pumpkin pesto, pumpkin
HARTFORD -- House Speaker Christopher G. Donovan, whose Congressional campaign has been rocked by the arrest of a one-time
"The Beatles and I went to India for ourselves at first because fame had become extraordinarily overwhelming. We turned to ourselves in a way by going to the ashram, learning about ourselves, de-stressing our incredible nervous systems that had been shocked by enormous fame."
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Andrew Cuomo and Eric Schneiderman have been campaigning side-by-side all day today, and at a rally in Albany, the soon-to
HuffPost Reviews: AC/DC and Jane Roman Pitt, Plus A Conversation with Grammy Nominee Chip Taylor and an Elvis Costello Audio Stream
So, you think you know all things AC/DC? Really. Well, take a hit of the essays, historical photos, memorabilia, and general overkill contained between the over 225 pages of High Voltage Rock 'N' Roll: The Ultimate Illustrated History.
Here's a playlist for a Jersey girl with big dreams, at least some of them not involving "Witchcraft" or "That Old Black Magic."
[Pause to allow readers to roll about the floor, laughing hysterically.] Before we get into the rest of it, please note the
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.
Kanye West has found God. The Beatles Leonard Cohen See you when you get back, Kanye. Enjoy the peace and quiet. Musicians
It's refreshing that a young, promising group like Arctic Monkeys and its producers were smart enough to reinvent the brand before it got stale and formulaic, which this project absolutely is not.
This being Woodstock Week, it seemed a perfect time to catch-up with this artist whose music influenced many of those who appeared at the culture-changing event.
With the steady stream of elaborately produced, consciousness-raising concerts, The Secret Policeman's Ball is a symbol that anything is possible when you're trying to do the right thing for the planet.
Lynch: "I was a painter and then I got into film -- things were going pretty good. I only had a surface happiness. Inside it was hollow. True happiness lays within."