Biotech billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong is the new owner of the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune. Below is a letter to readers that appeared as a full-page ad in Sunday’s newspapers:
Wouldn’t it be cool if someone working at companies who sell music, a product the company doesn’t create themselves, stepped up and said, “let’s fairly compensate our vendors, the musicmakers.”
35 years ago today, in 1983, folk singer/songwriter Stan Rogers, age 33, died of smoke inhalation in a flash fire on an Air Canada flight which had
On his third album, the former Vine star grows into a persona that’s playful, gently libidinous, and safely menace-free, but his music too often falls on the wrong side of beige.
In a recent interview, the mystical soul singer talks about her career, how her latest album may be her last and how her quest for knowledge has affected her explorations in music.
He will not be remembered as a great novelist, but as one of the best American magazine writers yet and there needs to be an equal to his narrative skills here in Canada.
The Winnipeg singer shares his thoughts and emotions with his fans in a series of Facebook posts following a serious automotive crash in Los Angeles on Mother's Day that has him hospitalized and prevented his singing the national anthem at a hometown Jets game last Sunday.
Great art is supposed to make us uncomfortable in the moment because there is no growth inside comfort zones and safe spaces. You can’t push the conversation forward if you’re dancing around it (Hence Glover’s dancing metaphor for distractions in “This Is America”).
"I feel like I won the lottery every morning because of my daughter. I’ve met a lot of women who feel like they never had a great relationship with their fathers (or maybe no relationship at all)..."
Earlier this week, Music Canada’s Executive Vice President Amy Terrill participated in the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage’s study on Cultural Hubs and Cultural Districts in Canada. We offer an excerpt from her appearance at the committee hearing.
After the show, I am at the urinal having a slash when the guy next to me looks at me and asks me what I thought of the show. He clearly thinks I am way too old and probably hated it. So I told him I loved the show and loved them when I signed him to their first record deal. "You're Tom?" Yes. "Tom Williams?" Yes. "From Attic Records?" Yes.