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When Bigotry Paraded Through the Streets

A century ago, millions of Americans banded together in defense of white, Christian America and traditional morality—and most of their compatriots turned a blind eye to the Ku Klux Klan.

the interview show: Merchandise

I hung out with post-punk band Merchandise in the parking lot behind Vancouver Main Street landmark Red Cat Records. It was a windy fall day so we took refuge at a staircase behind the store. The band singer Carson Cox did most of the talking as his bandmates shivered in the cold. What is Carson […]

3D Printed Christmas Decorations for Perfect Geeky Holidays

The shops are getting busy, the smell of roasting chestnuts in wafting through the high street, and there’s a faint sound of a brass band playing in the distance. It can only mean one thing — Christmas is coming. Sadly, it’s becoming more commercial and less traditional with every passing year. Show More Summary

Steven Van Zandt Of ‘The Sopranos’ And E Street Band Fame Defends Mike Pence, Asks ‘Hamilton’ Cast To Apologize

While many Americans are praising the cast of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton for comments they addressed to Vice President-elect Mike Pence Friday night, others have stepped up to defend Pence. On Saturday, Rolling Stone reportedShow More Summary

Using Cast Shadows for Depth

The late afternoon sun is casting shadows across this street in Poughkeepsie. Bands of light and shadow crossing the middle ground can add a lot of depth to a scene like this. The shadows also reveal the crown of the road. Streets are always slightly crowned to allow the water to flow off to the sides.

5 L.A. Bands We Hope Will Write Some Great Trump Protest Songs

A week after the conclusion of the presidential election, people all over the country are still hurting. Some, including many right here in California, are taking their frustrations out onto the streets, and thankfully the majority of those people are keeping their protests peaceful. But there's still a lot of...

Peaceful, emotional anti-Trump protesters band together in L.A.

They came by the thousands — women, immigrants, members of the gay community and people of different races and ages — to march through the streets of downtown Los Angeles in protest against President-elect Donald Trump. Among the crowd of 8,000 was Kim White, 52, of Highland Park, fighting against...

Peaceful, emotional anti-Trump protesters band together in L.A.

They came by the thousands — women, immigrants, members of the gay community and people of different races and ages — to march through the streets of downtown Los Angeles in protest against President-elect Donald Trump. Among the crowd of 8,000 was Kim White, 52, of Highland Park, fighting against...

It’s time for a poor people’s movement

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

There is a song about Black Tuesday of the Great Depression, written by Bob McDill and later performed by the band Alabama, that says: “Well somebody told us Wall Street fell, but we were so poor that we couldn’t tell.” I learned about that song from a county commissioner in rural Josephine County,...

As the States Fell to Trump, Marching Band Chaotic Noise Raged Out on the Streets of Capitol Hill

4 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

As the States Fell to Trump, Marching Band Chaotic Noise Raged Out on the Streets of Capitol Hill by Rich Smith Still reeling. MICHAEL DOUCETT Earlier Wednesday the Stranger wrote about the shocked and angry residents of Capitol Hill—or...Show More Summary

Charly Bliss – “Turd”

4 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Band To Watch and Best New Band Charly Bliss have shared a new song called “Turd,” with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. It’s a forceful reclamation of power from creeps on the street that would dare catcall or assault someone on the street (hey — the country just elected one of those!). “I don’t […]

Police shut down mariachi band playing outside Trump Tower

last monthNews : USAToday: News

Street musicians are a dime-a-dozen in Manhattan, but a mariachi band performing outside Trump Tower on election night is certainly of note.        

Street Fighting Man: DiS meets Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford

The powerhouse bassist speaks about his old band’s limbo, Wakrat’s Election fury, and jamming with Chuck D

Muggers Attack Photographers On Market Street And At Stow Lake

Photographers capturing San Francisco sights were beset by crooks this weekend, as bands of muggers fell upon shooters in both Golden Gate Park and near the Powell Street cable car turnaround. [ more › ]

Why You’re Dressing Like a ’90s R&B Star

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

The era of New Jack Swing and boy bands saw artists experimenting with a bevy of street inspired, hip-hop influenced, and athletic-minded garments that forged a lasting look.

NRBQ To Release Career-spanning 5-CD Box Set On Omnivore Records

There aren’t many bands that have lasted for 50 years, and the list of those still at the top of their creative game is even smaller. High Noon: A 50-Year Retrospective will offer a fascinating look at one of the best. Street date for the set is November 11, 2016. Show More Summary

Hedwig Co-Creator John Cameron Mitchell Says "We Need Punk Now More Than Ever"

It’s been a good 16 years since Hedwig and her band the Angry Inch had their heyday rocking out in the West Village’s Jane Street Theatre

The Ramones Way: Street At Rockers' High School Is Renamed For Band

last monthNews : The Two-Way

They're officially the coolest kids to come out of Forest Hills High in Queens, N.Y., and that's saying something. Other famous former students included Burt Bacharach, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.

The Smiths Discussed Reuniting in 2008

Johnny Marr recently sat down with The Guardian for an interview that discussed the band’s history and his upcoming memoir Set the Boy Free, out November 15 via Dey Street Books (an imprint of HarperCollins). He also shared an excerpt...Show More Summary

Sexual Healing: Brass Band Cover

A vibrant cover version of Marvin Gaye’s classic which will have you marching down the street, spinning an umbrella along to the Dixieland jazz sounds of New Orleans’ Hot 8 Brass Band. Go figure that the video was shot in London.

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