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Book Review: American Folk Songs for Solo Singers by Alfred Music Publishing

Classic folk songs arranged for solo voice packaged with an accompaniment CD make this new collection from Alfred a nice addition to a vocalists repertoire. Read More »

DVD Review: Janeane Garofalo – If You Will

Welcome back, Janeane, it’s been a long, long time. Read More »

Applause For Amateurs: Classical Music With Community Appeal

Until you’ve turned your passion into a career, you are—whether you like it or not—an amateur. Read More »

Dance Review: So You Think You Can Dance Live, Everett, WA 11/21/2009

The five dancers promised a fantastic show and they did not disappoint. Read More »

Director Murray Lerner Discusses New Concert Film on Leonard Cohen

Academy Award-winning director Murray Lerner discusses his latest film, Leonard Cohen: Live at The Isle of Wight 1970. Read More »

DVD Review: Greg Giraldo: Midlife Vices

While there seems no doubt he is hitting middle age, he doesn't seem ready for his own solo performance. Read More »

Theatre Review (Austin, TX): Direct Object at Salvage Vanguard Theater

Alternative theater can be fun when the performers are inventive and talented. Read More »

Book Review: SQL Server 2008 Query Performance Tuning Distilled By Grant Fritchey And Sajal Dam

For both the newcomer to performance tuning and those seeking a better understanding of the topic. Read More »

Music CD/DVD Review: David Bowie – VH1 Storytellers

This intimate glimpse at David Bowie comes up rather bland. Read More »