Monthly Archives: November 2006

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Kid Rock

“We’re undergoing a change in what it means to be a traditional parent. But I read somewhere that the fastest way to turn your kid into a Republican is to...
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From the Jamming! Magazine Archives: Pete Townshend, 1985 (Part 2)

Read an introduction to, and the first part of this interview, here. Questions are by Tony Fletcher. Pete Townshend, looking every bit his 39 years of age, on the cover...
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Brooklyn Beats: A Media Narrative on Gentrification, Growth, Class, Race, Whole Foods and Kiddy Punk

5th Avenue in Park Slope as it currrently looks in springtime. Photo by Jonathan Cohn. Could I have avoided this? Was it my fault? Was I stupid to move here...
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Changing Seasons/Scoring Goals

The Kingston Fair Street 5k is advertised as a “flat and fast course” with the added advantages of being held in mid-November, when temperatures should be optimum, and at lunchtime,...
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From the Jamming! Magazine Archives: Pete Townshend, 1985 (Part 1)

“The younger generation in Britain view Pete Townshend as yesterday’s man, a forgotten hero.” So I wrote in Jamming! 28, introducing my interview with the (then) former Who leader. And...
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Who (K)new?

Turned out I did have The Who album Endless Wire already. Sort of. (See yesterday’s Rockin’ & Shockin’: I’d listened to Endless Wire several times already, by the way.) I’d...
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The F Bomb

What distinguishes a Podcast from a radio show? You can’t swear freely on the radio, for one thing. KEXP DJ John Richards makes the most of this distinction on the...
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Great Minds Think Alike

“I’d rather listen to my Clash records all night than be with you” ‘(Never trust a) Scientist Girl’ by The North Atlantic, from the album Wires In The walls “Now...
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