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  • Maureen Dowd on Barack Obama: He's the movie star in the White House

     
    Maureen Dowd, the sly, sharp-tongued columnist at the New York Times, knows what makes Barack Obama different from most of the men who run Hollywood -- he actually respects women. In male-dominated Hollywood, most actresses still get stuck playing the.......
  • Live Review: Mose Allison at Largo at the Coronet [UPDATED]

     
    Mose Allison fans couldn’t have asked for a more ideal environment for the second performance of his two-night stand at Largo at the Coronet on Sunday night. The first winter storm of 2010 snarled traffic and might have taken a......
  • Album review: Corinne Bailey Rae's 'The Sea'

     
    The singer-songwriter reaches into the depth of her grief and delivers a moving, if not seminal, album. Anyone who's been through a serious loss knows about the baffling part: After it's over, you are still you. You are you, plus......
  • Album review: Mose Allison, 'The Way of the World'

     
    3.5 stars (out of 4) At 82, Allison is a jazz master who hasn’t recorded a studio album in 12 years, which makes “The Way of the World” (Anti) an event. Though justly celebrated by jazz heads for his evocative......
  • Buble offers something for all, mostly fun

     
    With music splintered into a thousand niches, it’s unusual to find someone still unapologetically courting what’s left of the mainstream. That’s the bold mission statement of Canadian crooner/heartthrob Michael Buble, who mixed tog...
  • Ronnie Hawkins: Rock legend on both sides of border

    Ronnie Hawkins: Rock legend on both sides of border
    If you are a fan of Bob Dylan and the Band, you might have heard the name Ronnie Hawkins quite a bit over the years, though you probably haven't heard much of his actual music -- the Canadian-based rocker has had little sales chart presence in this...
  • For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation

    For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation
    Daryl Hall and John Oates, the Hugo Boss-clad kingpins of Reagan-era pop, seemed destined for the casino-circuit dotage most pop stars eventually face -- their new music largely ignored, their fan base fading to nothingness. But then, around 2005,...
  • Hayes Carll comes in from the cold

    Hayes Carll comes in from the cold
    NASHVILLE -- Hayes Carll, 32, arranges his long limbs around a high-top table in the bar of a trendy Nashville restaurant. He's clearly out of place, but frequenting these locales comes with the new visibility he's earned as one of the most talked about...
  • Van Morrison's full Q&A on 'Astral Weeks'

    Van Morrison's full Q&A on 'Astral Weeks'
  • Live review: Van Morrison at the Hollywood Bowl

    Live review: Van Morrison at the Hollywood Bowl
  • Jimmie Rodgers: A voice that carried

    Jimmie Rodgers: A voice that carried
    Bear Family Records' remarkable new release, "Let Me Be Your Sidetrack: The Influence of Jimmie Rodgers," makes a persuasive argument that Rodgers is one of the most important figures in the history of country music. According to the liner notes for...
  • Dylan's heartfelt soul-searching

    Dylan's heartfelt soul-searching
    Bob Dylan's latest collection of material from his musical back pages, "Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8," is a rich, revealing look at how this master songwriter put together one of the most dramatic creative renaissances in pop history....