Adventuresome artist explores the double entendre to obnoxious effect, but still sounds good in the process
Tunesmith's new songs glide over material that was covered better elsewhere -- including on his own records
A lackluster fall record schedule gets a shot in the arm from a few noteworthy artists, but something's missing
Screenwriting professor and film society co-creator fashions a series to celebrate a banner year for the DFS
It was bound to complement her vision, and it was bound to be a unique vision, with or without the children yawning from heat exhaustion in the front rows. Author Dorothy Allison introduced the photo exhibit "Loves Makes a Family" at Collis Commonground yesterday in a dark, humid room on a warm, sea-sky day.
With a miraculous, salty voice never on the verge of breaking, Beth Orton could probably sing just about anything and still get away with it.