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Remembering Alex Chilton

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On March 18, 2010
Scott already covered the awful news, but if anyone is worth a follow-up post, it's Alex Chilton.  Like most of my contemporaries, I came to admire Alex Chilton through his professional admirers; and like everyone who came of age before the Internet, what I knew...

Speaking Can Be An Art!

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On October 13, 2009
Pitchfork brings the snark:For a while now, Tom Waits has been threatening to drop a live album document of his 2008 Glitter and Doom tour on us. And today, Waits' new website announced all the details. Glitter and Doom is due November 24 from Anti-,...

Metallica Wins Grammy

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On February 9, 2009

Jethro Tull robbed again!See, it's a meta-joke about the irrelevance of the Grammys that I'm the millionth person to make a 20-year-old joke. It's like the Oscars, I guess --.

The Awfulness of Billy Joel

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On January 25, 2009
This isn't exactly a revelation, but Ron Rosenbaum inexplicably fails to include the song that is arguably BJ's five-minute shite-load, "We Didn't Start the Fire." When I teach historiography and methods every other year, I typically devote about ten minutes on the first day to...

Back to the Blog

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On October 6, 2008

With his beloved Rangers having opened their season in Prague, this seems like as good a time as any to note that world's most dangerous professor Michael Berube has returned.

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