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  • Concert Review: Judy Collins weaves stories, music and magic at Segerstrom

    Concert Review: Judy Collins weaves stories, music and magic at Segerstrom
    Judy Collins has plenty of memories of her childhood Christmases. Her father, who ran a radio show, would bring home store employees who had given him good bargains. Fruitcakes were a staple of the family kitchen, baked early in the season and drizzled with rum to keep them moist.
  • Tuskegee project to set the record straight on dance music

    Throughout its history in America, dance music was made by — and for — people of color. Nile Rodgers, Donna Summer, Joe Bataan and Salsoul Records, Frankie Knuckles: It was black and Latin artists who made and played pioneering tracks for big-...

    Pitchfork day 1: Neneh Cherry makes rare appearance, Beck closes

    Pitchfork day 1: Neneh Cherry makes rare appearance, Beck closes
    Reports from Friday, day one at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park, from Greg Kot (GK) and Bob Gendron (BG): 11:30 a.m.: Idyllic weather and what are likely to be capacity crowds are forecast as the Pitchfork Music Festival opens its ninth...

    Weekend preview: Romance, kittens, beer and other good causes

    Weekend preview: Romance, kittens, beer and other good causes
    Ross B. says the singles gathered for the 16th annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Dream Date Auction in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday night will get a glimpse into the future when he hosts the event with Mrs. B., also known as sassy Y100 radio personality...

    Review: Pitchfork's best acts are growing into their stardom

    Review: Pitchfork's best acts are growing into their stardom
    It was an idyllic weekend in Union Park, and when Neutral Milk Hotel's Jeff Mangum held the stage by himself with just an acoustic guitar, it got even better. He sang of “secret songs that you keep wrapped in boxes so tight, sounding only at...