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  • Cat Power Not Tipping Her Hand About Next Album

    Cat Power Not Tipping Her Hand About Next Album
    The singer and songwriter Chan Marshall, who performs under the name of Cat Power, has a lot on her mind. She'll talk about injustice, about big corporations, about American economic policy, about the short-sightedness of Western medicine, about independent thinking. But she's staying mum about her next record. Marshall, whose album Sun — a slight departure into the realm of synthesizers, loops and beats — came out last year, says she's been misled, turned around and generally had her mojo messed with by prematurely sharing the details of her upcoming material in the past. That's why she's not tipping her hand.
  • Unending Fireworks In A Beautiful, Dangerous Nation

    On April 19 at the Glastonbury church I've been attending this year, the pastor, Nancy Butler, walked the congregation through Just War Doctrine, a concept erected and polished by Catholic and Protestant theologians, especially Augustine and Aquinas...

    Five lessons from a year of local listening

    Five lessons from a year of local listening
    Last year, for the Big Music Issue, we had a big idea. We were going to detail the way that all of the scenes overlapped here by creating some great taxonomy of local music and pointing out the people who acted as nodes to connect them. It was an insanely...

    President Obama's 'Amazing Grace' moment and the power of spontaneous song

    President Obama's 'Amazing Grace' moment and the power of spontaneous song
    When President Obama broke out in a not-quite-perfect rendition of “Amazing Grace” at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney in Charleston, S.C., on Friday, he brought the room to its feet and resonated with a TV audience in a way you...

    House passes resolution urging police to use body cameras

    The House has passed a resolution urging state and local police departments to use body cameras. The non-binding resolution was passed on Wednesday by a vote of 421-6. The vote comes in the wake of several high-profile police shootings and other...