You know what the world needs desperately right now? More songs that talk about all-encompassing greed like it's a good thing, with a side of horrifying 1950s-level sexism. Yeah. The world needs that about as much as it needs Mitt Romney winning the next election. As such, today's worst new song of ... More >>
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Let's Remember Him This Way When a pop culture icon passes, it's never a happy thing. The death of Michael Jackson has definitely sent shivers through the urban community, most of whom revered MJ's music, which was an essential soundtrack for most of their lives. Well, up until Bad, at least. But ... More >>
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Don Quixote and The Gordons Created and performed by Deborah Gwinn, Jim Cave, and Mark Gordon. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia, 826-5750.