The 1973 Live album, Time Fades Away, marks the first LP in Neil Young’s early 1970s Ditch Trilogy (see also: On The Beach, Tonight’s The Night). Somehow, 30+ years later, with the vinyl long out of print, it has yet to see the light of day in terms of a proper CD release. This is […]
Archives for September 2007
Thanks to Neal Pollack for including my piece on his hilarious blog, Offsprung.
A Non-review by J. Stefan-Cole Leo Rosen drags his daughters, ten year old Emma and thirteen year old May, to the beach on Rosh-Hashanah just to parade in bathing suits his contempt for the other Jews in the projects, perched on benches following synagogue on a crisp October day. ‚”…All Leo sees is a huddled […]
by Dave Thomas Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Limited This month launches us into what’s shaping up to be an especially strong indie autumn, and brings us the first few of many big and low-budget excursions into the Middle East. September 7 3:10 TO YUMA WHAT’S THE PITCH? Remake of the film where a guy needs […]
From the LA Times The U.S. military buildup that was supposed to calm Baghdad and other trouble spots has failed to usher in national reconciliation, as the capital’s neighborhoods rupture even further along sectarian lines, violence shifts elsewhere and Iraq’s government remains mired in political infighting…. The number of Iraqis fleeing their homes has increased, […]