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  • Rock 'n' roll history from Chicago native's Caribou Ranch heads to auction

    Rock 'n' roll history from Chicago native's Caribou Ranch heads to auction
    Want to own a grand piano used by Elton John, a brass bed John Lennon slept in or an all-terrain vehicle that Michael Jackson once rode? How about a guitar left behind in the 1970s when Willie Nelson visited the famed Caribou Ranch in Colorado? A...
  • Lehigh Valley theater: What's coming in 2015

    Lehigh Valley theater: What's coming in 2015
    With the start of the new year, a new season of theater begins and there are some pretty exciting productions planned. Touchstone is continuing to explore Bethlehem's connection with China in the epic community performance "Journey from the East." Civic...
  • Venue hosted celebs from Pavarotti to Nixon

    Venue hosted celebs from Pavarotti to Nixon
    For decades, from its opening in 1950, Fort Lauderdale's War Memorial Auditorium was the hottest venue in town. In fact, it wasn't air conditioned until 1961. Performers as diverse as Luciano Pavarotti, Joan Sutherland, Gene Krupa, Jerry Lee Lewis and...
  • Neil Gaiman on his love for David Bowie

    Neil Gaiman on his love for David Bowie
    Everyone geeks out over someone, particularly those whom others geek out over. John Lennon, introduced to Jerry Lee Lewis, fell to the ground and kissed the Killer's shoes. Even Charles Dickens wrote fan letters to George Eliot so barely contained...
  • Brian Hineline captures concert images, from folk to punk

    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • He captures concert images, from folk to punk

    He captures concert images, from folk to punk
    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • Five books for the music lover on your holiday list

    Five books for the music lover on your holiday list
    Choosing a gift for a music lover does not necessarily mean having to fill a stocking with CDs, records or an iTunes gift card. They will readily accept books on their favorite subject, which is a good thing, considering the holiday season is ripe for new...
  • Chase Bryant: Dunked in country

    Chase Bryant: Dunked in country
    Chase Bryant is on the road, playing country music at age 22. This sounds young until you understand that he's been itching to go on tour for, oh, the past 20 years. Bryant, who will perform Thursday, Dec. 11, in Davie, says he first had the desire to...
  • REVIEW: "I and You" at Redtwist Theatre

    REVIEW: "I and You" at Redtwist Theatre
    Caroline needs change. More to the point, she needs a new liver. Holed up in her bedroom, the critically ill teen mostly communicates through social media. So she's not particularly amenable to Anthony, who shows up unannounced to tell Caroline that...
  • Jerry Lee Lewis returns with 2 albums, biography

    Jerry Lee Lewis returns with 2 albums, biography
    It’s a source of continuing amazement that Jerry Lee Lewis, of all people, has turned out to be the last man standing out of the original batch of early rock greats that emerged from Sam Phillips’ Sun Records label in Memphis, Tenn. That...
  • Jerry Lee Lewis a ball of promotional fire with new book, albums

    Jerry Lee Lewis a ball of promotional fire with new book, albums
    "Last man standing!" said the 79-year-old Jerry Lee Lewis with a hearty laugh, speaking by phone from Manhattan. A founder of rock 'n' roll, Lewis is indeed last of the many luminaries discovered by Sun Records founder Sam Phillips, which included Elvis...