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Music Review: Jesse Winchester – ‘A Reasonable Amount of Trouble’

A Reasonable Amount of Trouble

Singer/songwriter Jesse Winchester's final album is a gentle view into mortality and the poetry of life. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmy Buffett – ‘Songs from St. Somewhere’


The aging singer-songwriter shares songs, stories, and laughs with his fans in familiar style on this new album. Read More »

Music Review: The B-52s – With The Wild Crowd: Live In Athens, GA

The B-52's prove that you can indeed go home again. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Mark Twain: Words and Music

Country stars re-tell the story of Mark Twain. Read More »

Book Review: Thumbing Through Thoreau: A Book of Quotations by Henry David Thoreau Compiled by Kenny Luck

“I thought I knew what love was, What did I know? Those days are gone forever, I should just let them go.” — Don Henley Read More »

Music Review: Phil Woods with the DePaul University Jazz Ensemble – Solitude

Jimmy Buffett was right on target for that era with his lyric that "only jazz musicians were smoking marijuana." Read More »

Music Review: Mac McAnally – Down By The River

Legendary musician, songwriter, producer, and recording artist Mac McAnally returns with his eleventh studio album. Read More »