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  • No sleep till 'RedEye'

    No sleep till 'RedEye'
    In the 1980s, when Cey Adams was so tight with the Beastie Boys that he designed their album covers, chilling out with the bohemian trio became a priority. Def Jam Records' graphic designer would crash at Adam (MCA) Yauch's log cabin, or cannonball off the roof of Adam (Ad-Rock) Horovitz's house into the rapper's swimming pool, and then return to his job, where he defined the visual style of the hip-hop revolution in album covers for LL Cool J and Run-DMC.
  • John M. Crisp: Should we feel shame or pride for the Confederacy?

    Should we feel proud of our rebellious Confederate ancestors? Or should we be embarrassed by them? Actor and progressive activist Ben Affleck was so shamed by the revelation that his great-great-great-grandfather was a sheriff and apparent slave-owner in...

    There is nothing funny about Hillary Clinton 'roping' the press in N.H.

    There is nothing funny about Hillary Clinton 'roping' the press in N.H.
    I am not going to get cosmic about this, but Hillary Clinton’s rope trick during an Independence Day parade in Gorham, N.H., needs to at least be noted and condemned on this blog. Last month, I wrote about Clinton’s campaign denying access...

    New director Amy Hollander brings fresh start to embattled industrial history museum

    New director Amy Hollander brings fresh start to embattled industrial history museum
    As a child, Amy Hollander would ride her bike to Grover's Mill, the storied New Jersey village where aliens landed in Orson Welles' radio adaptation of "War of the Worlds." But it wasn't the Martians that interested her; it was the idle mill on the...

    Happy Birthday, America: City prepares for 50,000 guests

    Happy Birthday, America: City prepares for 50,000 guests
    Forget the red, white and blue outfits, and whether you remembered to pull out your American flag-themed Koozie. If everything goes to plan, you won't even notice the city's Office of Emergency Management on the Fourth of July. The office, in a...