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  • Recent memoirs highlight brilliance of failure

    Recent memoirs highlight brilliance of failure
    Gary Shteyngart, gooey-lunged and height-a-fearing, arrives in America by way of the Soviet Union (and elsewhere) in the beseeching care of parents who might have been/could have been Someones. By high school, Shteyngart is, he says, failing his future....
  • 'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry

    'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry
    Scott Timberg believes America's creative class is being destroyed by what he calls today's "winner-take-all" economy. Backing his argument with an avalanche of empirical evidence from across the music, publishing, newspaper, movie and architecture...
  • 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,...
  • Top 10 Lehigh Valley concerts of 2014: Tom Petty, Eagles, Keith Urban, The Killers and more

    Top 10 Lehigh Valley concerts of 2014: Tom Petty, Eagles, Keith Urban, The Killers and more
    When it comes to the stories of the year in music in the Lehigh Valley, there really is only one. PPL Center. The buzz from the new $177 million downtown Allentown arena drowned out everything else through the calendar year — starting with...
  • City Lights: Save your outrage for the truly reprehensible

    City Lights: Save your outrage for the truly reprehensible
    I had a vague sense that there had been something enervating about 2014, and then Slate put it beautifully in words. Actually, words were only part of it: The online magazine assembled a remarkable graphic that featured a series of tiles, each one...
  • Okee Dokee Brothers just fine and dandy

    Okee Dokee Brothers just fine and dandy
    The Grammy-winning Okee Dokee Brothers perform songs that appeal to youngsters without leaving adults rolling their eyes in annoyance. The Brothers are the family-friendly Americana duo of Joe Mailander, 29, and Justin Lansing, 30. Playing acoustic...
  • The 'Bob Dylan of Katmandu' welcomes diners to Nepal House in Mount Vernon

    The 'Bob Dylan of Katmandu' welcomes diners to Nepal House in Mount Vernon
    Prem Raja Mahat, the owner of the new Nepal House restaurant in Mount Vernon, is a well-known folk singer in his native Nepal. Just how highly regarded is Mahat? A National Public Radio profile in 2003 told listeners, "In America, Prem Raja Mahat...
  • Ben Jonson, like Charb of Charlie Hebdo, sought to reduce zealots

    Ben Jonson, like Charb of Charlie Hebdo, sought to reduce zealots
    The massacre of the Charlie Hebdo staff can be considered as another moment in a centuries-old struggle between an artist's right to laugh at zealots (and do something about it) and the zealot's right to be offended by the actions of the artist (and do...
  • Best bets for Jan. 15

    Best bets for Jan. 15
    Comedy Lisa Lampanelli: The Queen of Mean manages to be likeable while being independent, irreverent and incorrect. The bawdy Brooklyn broad is known for her blue, blunt humor. It's full-throttle, foul-mouthed, aggressive, ethnic comedy -- and it's...
  • Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next

    Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next
    The Museum of Contemporary Art's blockbuster "David Bowie Is" exhibit closes Sunday and, therefore, you have only a handful of days left to experience the following uncommon phenomena: packed MCA galleries. Moreover, because the show was designed to...