POTUS in A Mosque: Six days after 9-11,, Dubya visited a Mosque and now, after years of invitations, and with nothing left to lose, President Obama accepted. This last year has been filled with bookends, this one is reminiscent of the Prez in Cairo back in 2009.
Live: Fever pitch excitement for Anderson Paak tonight at SOBs, with the album of the year so far (not recorded by a dead rock god), this is gonna be a a great concert I can tell. Next Thursday, Kanye at MSG though who knows what that is gonna be about. Getting the ticket was ridiculous, I just kept checking Ticketmaster for two days.
The Race For Presidency: ““We’re liable to wake up one morning and Donald, if he were president, would have nuked Denmark. That’s not the temperament of a leader to keep this country safe.” “We need a commander in chief, not a twitterer in chief.” “He’s losing it.” “My girls are five and seven, and I’ve got to tell you, Caroline and Catherine are better behaved than a presidential candidate who responds by insulting everyone every day.” Cruz in response to Trump wanting the Iowa fraud annulled due to fraud. Cruz’s claiming Carson had dropped out of the race.
Recorded: Yes, we’re ready for a new set of albums, but till then I’m listening to Rihanna and Anderson.
Journalism: The first issue of the non nude Playboy features Ernest Hemingway’s great-granddaughter Dree Hemingway,with her clothes on. Or at least none of the good stuff showing. No idea why.
Television:Les Moonves has been named Chairman of CBS Corporation, following the resignation, effective February 2, of Sumner Redstone as Executive Chairman. Moonves joined CBS in 1995, vaulting to President and CEO in 2006. “I was honored to nominate Les as the CBS Chair and am delighted to congratulate him on his new position,” said Vice Chair of CBS Corp. and Viacom Inc., Shari Redstone. “He follows in the visionary tradition of my father, and I know that Les will successfully lead CBS into the digital future.”
son of Mali guitar legend meets instrumental psyche band
a warning for other women
Her colossal stage presence is timeless
Marshall Crenshaw’s “40 Years in Showbiz! (1982-2022)” At City Winery, Monday, September 26th, 2022, Reviewed
the musical equivalent of how Crenshaw at 67 years of age continues to live life as an artist
The Streaming Charity Performance Of The Year, A Six Hour, Worldwide Extravaganza To Help Children For $5
music and care for a world in pain
at the top of the singles charts and at the top of the movie box office
a tribute to black British excellence
Total EAUs? 102K