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Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work

Eddie Money and the California Dream

Last week we had the opportunity to interview Eddie Money at his beautiful home north of Los Angeles. Because of his hospitality and kindness it created a relaxed atmosphere for our “sit down”. We even got to meet his dog “Bingo” who chimed in with a good bark when we touched on a sensitive ...
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The Chartists: Popular Politics in the Industrial Revolution

Neil “Percival” Young- The Godfather of Grunge

Last week I had the chance to see the Los Angeles return of Neil Young at the world famous Hollywood Bowl. It was a sold out crowd attending a wonderful warm evening anticipating that Young would perform all his classic music from Buffalo Springfield and on.  The show started with the lights turned ...
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Mississippi Mud and Little Hurricane

Mississippi Mud and Little Hurricane

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A few weeks ago afternoon D.J. at 91X, Michael Halloran turned me on to a new band by the name Little Hurricane. Mr. Halleron and I go back many many years and I recall the day he gave me a cassette (I’m showing my age now) and said I needed to listen to this because it was going to be important. ...
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