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  • Martin Scorsese documentary on President Clinton stalled

    A director likes to be in control -- it’s basically in the job description. The same could be said for a politician, particularly one who’s been leader of the free world. Put the two together on one project and, well, there’s no...
  • The secret Sinatra past of Bob Dylan's new album

    The secret Sinatra past of Bob Dylan's new album
    Bob Dylan has a new album coming out Feb. 3, "Shadows in the Night," a collection of pop songs about romance, heartbreak and other existential themes written by other songwriters. But whatever you call this labor-of-love project, there's one thing Bob...
  • U.S. women's soccer team in transition as it prepares for World Cup

    U.S. women's soccer team in transition as it prepares for World Cup
    In Pia Sundhage's first meeting as coach of the U.S. women's national soccer team seven years ago, she pulled out a guitar and serenaded the bemused players with Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'." When new U.S. women's Coach Jill Ellis held...
  • REVIEW: Andrew McMahon at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater is the best of his generation, and it's time he gets credit

    REVIEW: Andrew McMahon at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater is the best of his generation, and it's time he gets credit
    In a time when hit music has become homogenized drivel with lyrics reduced to repeated words and stuttered segments, Andrew McMahon has become the Bob Dylan of a new generation. His songs have an air of emotion, with music that conveys feeling in...
  • The gospel according to David Bromberg

    The gospel according to David Bromberg
    From his Greenwich Village days studying at the feet of his first guitar mentor, Rev. Gary Davis, to his debut album, "Demon in Disguise," (with its FM-radio breakout hit "Mr. Bojangles") and the gospel influences coursing through his latest release,...
  • Sinatra celebrations: The party begins

    Sinatra celebrations:  The party begins
    Most of the year's major tributes have yet to be announced, but this is the lineup to date: Bob Dylan: "Shadows in the Night": Dylan's Sinatra tribute album will be released next month. "Sinatra: An American Icon": Billed as the official exhibition of...
  • Ralph V. Marchetti

    Ralph V. Marchetti
    Ralph V. Marchetti, a veteran city public schools educator who was also a familiar presence at Camden Yards, where he served as an usher for two decades, died Dec. 18 at his Overlea home of heart failure. He was 65. "Ralph was among the kindest and most...
  • Mystery surrounding George Ezra and other foreign singers fuels buzz

    Mystery surrounding George Ezra and other foreign singers fuels buzz
    The music video for George Ezra's song "Budapest" opens on an overhead shot of a group of people standing in a dimly lighted space. Most of them are facing the same direction, as though they're watching somebody perform. Because this is his video, your...
  • Surprisingly candid Bob Dylan, AARP magazine cover boy

    Surprisingly candid Bob Dylan, AARP magazine cover boy
    Like many great artists, Bob Dylan has made a career and reputation out of playing with ambiguities. After all, we are talking about a man who told an entire generation that the answers to many of life's vexing questions were blowing in the wind but...
  • Bob Dylan tells AARP magazine: 'If I had to do it all over again, I'd be a schoolteacher'

    Bob Dylan says if he weren't a musician, he would be a teacher. The 73-year-old is on the cover of AARP magazine's February/March issue. He says in an interview that "if I had to do it all over again, I'd be a schoolteacher." He adds that he "probably"...
  • MLK celebration is a treat for the ears

    MLK celebration is a treat for the ears
    The Glastonbury Martin Luther King Community Initiative promised a musical journey for this year's annual celebration, and the event more than delivered as promised. From the adorable Naubuc School Early Bird Choir's rendition of "This Little Light of...