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It is May 1966, in the Prelude Club in Harlem, an Atlantic Records release party.
The Worcester Art Museum shows us ‘Who Shot Rock & Roll’
By GREG COOK  |  March 26, 2010

Updike does death, R. Crumb does God, Vanity Fair does Proust

Trying to reach as broad a range of tastes and pocketbooks as possible, we this year scavenged everything from the front pages of the Onion to R. Crumb's genesis, to valedictory Updike. Stuff to read, stuff to look at, glossy pages and matte. Remember
Gift books to savor
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  December 11, 2009

The evil deaf

Inside the dusty corner room of a dungeon-like warehouse basement, Karl Giesing dumps out a bag full of pedals, samplers, grimy cables, and homemade synth boxes. Their functionality seems questionable.
The return of the Northeast Noise and Power Electronics Festival
By MATT PARISH  |  November 06, 2009

Hell Ride

Bishop the director loses touch with Bishop the actor, and then, as scriptwriter, he sails overboard with inane cunnilingus cockamamie.
Spaghetti western and Hell's Angels turf war
By TOM MEEK  |  August 05, 2008

Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

A portrait of Thompson as era-defining and inimitable, and eventually a victim of his own image.
An entertaining, if hagiographic portrait
By PETER KEOUGH  |  July 01, 2008

Rock of ages

What a difference four decades make.
The Stones find satisfaction in Martin Scorsese’s Shine a Light
By PETER KEOUGH  |  April 03, 2008


The things we did for love

Your high-school experiences probably fall between middling and unspeakably horrifying on the unofficial scale of shame.
Cry and the world laughs with you
By SHARON STEEL  |  January 30, 2008

Evel dead

Evel Knievel certainly wasn’t the first person to become a superstar by risking life and limb to entertain the masses.
Balls and pucks
By RICK WORMWOOD  |  December 05, 2007

The Stones

This article originally appeared in the August 26, 1994 issue of the Boston Phoenix.
An essay on the older
By CAMILLE PAGLIA  |  November 16, 2006

The ultimate PILOT movie

Whether in the world of commercial airlines, the Air Force, or a futuristic world of intergalactic smuggling, those who fly planes for a living have long been well-represented in the cinema.
Movies . . . one profession at a time
By RYAN STEWART  |  March 10, 2006

The trouble with the truth

I think I deserve considerable credit for not comparing Governor John Baldacci’s state-of-the-state address to the kind of memoir that wins an endorsement from Oprah’s book club.
Politics and other mistakes
By AL DIAMON  |  February 02, 2006