the edge

We have discovered that neither our place in the galaxy nor our galaxy itself is special. The discovery of extrasolar life will demonstrate that that claim to being special will have to be abandoned.
After listening this morning, December 6, as CNN's Fareed Zakaria interviewed Bono and The Edge of U2, I would be delighted if any one of those three men presided over our country.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, music brought activism to the masses via a renaissance of tribute songs and safe-sex messaging
The just-concluded Blue Ocean Festival and Conservation Summit aims to correct that imbalance. Blue offers a rare chance to see a range of long and short films exclusively focused on marine protection.
The stage for this current tour is a far cry from what they did with 360. Here they are opting for the intimacy they had with the Elevation and Vertigo Tours of the early 2000's. Yet, the most interesting thing about the set-up is the massive wall that is their LED screen.
Tuesday night U2 brought their new Innocence + Experience tour to Los Angeles for the first of five shows at the Forum.
It was perhaps the epitome of the phrase "First World Problems" - U2 uploaded its new album Songs of Innocence into everyone's iTunes library and a small, vocal minority freaked the eff out.
Sometimes we have to take inventory of where we've been to realize where we are, and where we're heading. Songs of Innocence does just that.
Beating ISIS on the battleground could prove inconclusive, even counterproductive, if its dogma is not de-legitimized. This cannot be done by the gun but the law and a political system that offers an alternative to the rule of might.
This week features Bob Ezrin, one of the most commercially successful producers of all time. He's worked with many of the world's most important contemporary artists.
There could have been more wry intelligence baked into this child-like script about a post-apocalyptic world in which an
During a recent interview as presented on my podcast, SnowbizNow, Bono of U2 fame celebrates the late, great Nelson Mandela and the song "Ordinary Love," and talks about the fight against HIV/AIDS as well in this historic episode.
If you missed the Furs the first time around, go figure out why their seven studio albums still sound as fresh as they did the day they came out. John Ashton is that rare breed of guitar player whom you can identify in a single chord.
ANOTHER PIECE OF THE INTERNET: The question The Edge.Org asked in 2010 was, "How is the Internet changing the way you think
Thirty years later, War still storms in speakers and iPods around the world. It has become a classic record that reminds listeners that even in our darkest hour there is a light of hope.
Did you know that every 90 seconds a woman dies from pregnancy-related causes? Every Mother Counts is dedicated to increasing education and support for reducing maternal mortality through programs around the world.
Celebrities often have scriptwriters, lyricists or PR flacks helping them figure out what to say. Sometimes, they are on
"Spider-Man' star Reeve Carney duets with Bono in the new video for 'Rise Above Pt.1" a song from the show. Bono's presence