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The Big Hurt: Biebs's babe

Biebs's babe, Bach's split, Thude's Justin, Blu in Seattle, and Muse in space
Plus Bach's split, Thude's Justin, Blu in Seattle, and Muse in space
By DAVID THORPE  |  January 14, 2011

Summer treats

From Andean to zydeco, pick your flavor and there's a summer music festival ready to serve it up.
Whether classical, jazz, pop, or folk, 'tis the season to get out and enjoy the music
By CLEA SIMON  |  June 18, 2010
Steve Miller at the Providence Performing Arts Center

Steve Miller at the Providence Performing Arts Center

First he was a blues freak (few guitarists who come up in Chicago aren't), then he was a Frisco hippie with lots of imaginative songs,...
By Stuff Boston  |  November 03, 2009

White Denim | Fits

Even more than on last year’s auspicious digital-only Exposion , Austin’s White Denim stomp down the fine line between fertile versatility and iffy uncertainty. More often than not on Fits , this works out awesome.
Downtown (2009)
By MICHAEL BRODEUR  |  October 23, 2009

Slideshow: Final moments at the Rose?

Photos from what could be the final days at the Rose Art Museum

By JOEL VEAK  |  May 15, 2009

Interview: Greil Marcus

Greil Marcus on rock-and-roll photography
Rock's critic-in-chief talks rock and roll photography
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  January 21, 2009


Hometown Throwup, Pt. 1

Darkbuster have their “Hometown Throwup,” an eight-night stand with an affectionate wink and nod in the general direction of the Bosstones.
Darkbuster at Harpers Ferry, February 17, 2008
By JIM SULLIVAN  |  February 19, 2008

New new things

Robolobster, an underwater crustacean with eight plastic legs and an industrial-strength plastic shell, is a groundbreaking example of the new science of biomimicry.
“Design Life Now” at the ICA, Tom Sachs, Steve Miller, and “Women Artists of India” at Brandeis
By RANDI HOPKINS  |  September 18, 2007

Turn on the bright lights

Art this fall grapples with issues like gender and journalism, personal space and human survival, and what to have for lunch.
Art, women, politics, and food
By RANDI HOPKINS  |  September 12, 2007

Rock and role

Greg Dulli may wear his tender heart on his suave, stylish sleeve, but it’s just bait — a lure for unwitting romantics who enjoy having their hearts broken. Slideshow: Twilight Singers at Avalon, November 14, 2006
The Twilight Singers, Paradise Rock Club, November 14, 2006
By MATT ASHARE  |  November 20, 2006

Mr. Crafty

When Brett Rosenberg and I meet for an interview in Porter Square, we keep getting distracted by the sight of Al Kooper walking past Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery. Brett Rosenberg, "Absolutely Not" (mp3)
Brett Rosenberg solves a few problems
By BRETT MILANO  |  September 21, 2006


Good Grooves

For many reasons, much great music is created in the darker recesses of the mind, where dreariness, despondence, and desolation rule. Of course, it doesn’t always have to be the case.
Fever Dream heats up; Zawadi’s heady soul stew
By BOB GULLA  |  June 27, 2006

Pedal pushers

When Knox Gardner moved to Boston from Seattle last year, the biking enthusiast was miserable.
As cycling season pushes off, the Hub’s bike culture upgrades
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  March 08, 2006

Going on sale, March 10, 2006

Sigur R ós, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Miller, P.O.D., and more
Breaking news from the concert ticket trade
By WILL SPITZ  |  March 08, 2006