An internal error has occurred.


The Jazz Singer

8 years ago by ANDRéS SOLAR
New Yorkers love to talk about today's popular male vocalists, and how they stack up (or not) against the blessed Sinatra. This no-win comparison is especially common when it comes to the young pianist and singer Tony DeSare, who arrived in New York City at the ripe old age of...

The Bad Jazz!

9 years ago by JAKE NELSON
Over the past fifteen years, pianist and composer Ethan Iverson has played in a tango band, directed a prestigious New York dance group, and released critically acclaimed jazz albums. But perhaps the most unique aspect of Iverson's lengthy musical career is his part in the Bad Plus, a jazz trio...

Letters from the Issue of June 16 , 2005

Yes, Master, Your Every Wish Is Our Command Spoken like a true journalism student: Thanks for running Edmund Newton's article on the disagreements over teaching journalism ("Newsroom or Classroom?" June 9). Both sides of the argument are taking place in the same box. I think we all know by now...

Selected Calendar Events for the Week of September 15, 2005

THU 15 Formed in 1992 in a lush little Florida college town we like to call Gainesville, the three Pez-loving pop-y punk bandmates of Less than Jake spent a few years tinkering with their identity, and by adding a few members and an addictive ska beat, they soon won over...

Letters from the Issue of May 19, 2005

Bullet Time: Off Target Errors mar otherwise lousy article: Regarding Francisco Alvarado's "Bullet Time" (May 5), I must point out some factual errors. Taking a class at a gun show does not allow one to simply walk out with a concealed-weapon permit. Rather upon successful completion you are presented with...
See more results