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Saxophonist Josh Levy on Original Jazz Classics Remastered

Baritone sax-man, Josh Levy, discusses five classic jazz recordings. Read More »

The Alchemist at Work: The Music of Martín Perna in the Digital Era

A musician and an advisor to a record label weigh in on music in the digital era. Read More »

Messi Scores Again, Barcelona Defeat Real Madrid 2-0

Lionel Messi and Pedro scored to send a regal Barcelona three points clear of outclassed Real Madrid. Read More »

Barcelona vs. Real Madrid Preview: El Gran Clásico

Ibrahimovic is out, so it's up to Messi to be the difference-maker. Read More »

Music Review: Dave Holland Octet – Pathways

Improvisation within composition, the uncompromisingly inventive Dave Holland Octet stirs Birdland. Read More »

U.S. Soccer On The Bubble

Team U.S. gets ready for an American dream in South Africa. Read More »

Chelsea’s Loss and the Corruption of the Tribe

Chelsea's losses to Man City and Inter Milan show the scandals are taking their toll. Read More »

Music Review: Claudio Roditi — Simpatico

Twelve new Brazil-meets-Jazz tracks from Grammy nominee and horn-man Caludion Roditi. Read More »

Wenger’s Time Is Over

In back-to-back games, Arsène Wenger’s team shows it doesn’t have what it takes to take be the top team. Read More »

Brave John Terry Trips Over His Own Sword, or: Why England Won’t Win the World Cup

John Terry gets played yet again and no professional foul will help this time. Read More »