It engenders anger to know the president of the United States says that what I did for a living for 20 years — and what I’ve spent 25 years teaching — represents […]
This week I set up a new Facebook group with Rick Flierl (of Dotsun Moon) to replace one that had sort of taken a left turn on us. The goal: sharing and […]
Lost Highway: Peter Guralnick’s search for the roots of roots music – part 1, fame and its discontents
Being an artist is hard; being a successful artist is even harder. “You see, from the honky tonks you got such a mixture of all different types of music, and I think […]
Unsolicited Museum Review—American Painting in the 1930s at the Royal Academy, and Paul Nash at the Tate.
As it turns out, lots of pictures does not a great, or even a good, show make. What is one to do when you leave an art show that leaves you not […]