In the frenzy of South by Southwest, even standouts like The Flaming Lips feel the need to stand out. Now consider that problem while surveying the 2200 mostly unknown bands packing Austin for the marquee week of the trendy festival that blends the famous and nameless, headlined this year by Green Day, Dave Grohl, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Natalie Maines of The Dixie Chicks and Snoop Lion (perhaps still better known as Snoop Dogg).
President Obama tells radio host what he discussed with hip-hop star Jay-Z Radio Interviews Barack Obama has been doing a good amount of radio interviews lately, and a DJ finally asked him the question on the lips of many a hip-hop fan: What do the president and Jay-Z talk about? Cleveland In a […]
Let the War Begin!!! Mariah Carey spoke to Barbara Walters on “The View” on Thursday morning to discuss her heated argument with Minaj on the “American Idol” judges panel, while Minaj used Twitter to vent her feelings out. Her comments came in the wake of Walters revealing on today’s “Hot Topics” portion of The View that she spoke […]
THE ADMINISTRATION The Strauss Affair Along a dim corridor outside the U.S. Senate chamber one evening strode a big, round-shouldered man with a conspicuous smile curling on lips that more often turn soberly downward
They come out on the world with lips shining,Flocks and generations, until timeSeems like nothing so muchAs a blinding snowstorm of virginity,And a man, lost in the perpetual scurry of white,Can only close his eyesIn a resignation of monogamy.Christopher Fry's Venus ObservedMORE and more older men refuse to be resigned. Despite today's much-heralded split between generations, which should guarantee coeval marriages, the number of old-young alliances may be increasing.
The brown-skinned man with the golden horn pursed his scarred lips, blew a short stream of incredibly high, shining notes and then carefully laid the trumpet down.
Shameen’s brown eyes seem lost as she thinks about the one day she wants to forget, but it is all she can think about. Still traumatized, she recounts the events that led her to a safe house in Kabul