The music world is still reeling from the Soundgarden frontman's death.
The singer donated $10,000 to a family in need.
“We are one with the Cubs."
"Get your finger out of that woman's face!"
After having a few days to process the experience while preparing this wrap-up of The Ride Festival, I must finally admit
"I wanted to be a judge (because it was partially my idea and I've been doing Eddie impersonations since I was a kid; my
"I hope you've have a beautiful day out here, and how could you not. There's an author named Kurt Vonnegut and he used to
"It's like his penis gets smaller every time he says huge."
I have to admit, I was never a big Pearl Jam fan. In fact, up until yesterday afternoon, when my girlfriend told me her company had a box next to the stage, I still thought they were a bunch of over-hyped, mediocre, whiny, grunge rockers who'd long since past their prime.
At 37 I finally had the opportunity to hear you in person, a long overdue meeting that took place in Fort Lauderdale's BB
With their faces disguised by black, tar-like cloth--shaded further by dark top hats, enshrouded in ostentatious suiting--grunge-rock duo The Lost Poets are equal parts visual and sonic, building a shadowy artistic experience with image as much as with their instruments.
Faster than you can say "dropped third strike," the Chicago Cubs transformed themselves from World Series contenders to "rebuilders." Or, baseball speak for, "we must get rid of a few guys."