Leave it to Stephen Fry to write a three-volume novel of his life.
It doesn’t get more “Indigo Girls” than One Lost Day, the first studio album for Amy Ray and Emily Saliers since 2011’s Beauty Queen Sister. This album goes back to their roots, and has a raw, Southern feel.
I stumbled across Grace and Frankie, a new Netflix original series, while trying to find my way to the latest season of Orange Is the New Black.
How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, is a perfect title for Florence and the Machine’s newest album, released last month.
Lumberjanes: Volume 1 is perfect for elementary school-age girls (and boys) everywhere, and for us grownup Lumberjanes as well.
“I love my mom–dad–dad/mom, but it doesn’t mean that I understand what she’s doing,” confides Ben Lehwald during the first episode of Becoming Us.
Few have experienced what George Baxter–Holder has lived to tell, and what a tale it is.
If Pride had a soundtrack, Jimmy Somerville would be on it. The British gay disco king is back with Homage, a nod to his 1980s disco roots that may make you want to strap on your roller skates and ride a rainbow down to this year’s Rhode Island PrideFest. Somerville, famous for his falsetto voice […]
Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam, a classic compilation of acts from some of the best gay and lesbian comedians, is back on Netflix for Pride Month. Still relevant and hilarious, the show is hosted by Bruce Vilanch, long-time comedian and head writer for the Oscars. Vilanch introduces self-proclaimed “gaysian sweetheart,” the tight–shorted Alec Mapa, and […]
by The Lit Chick. “Pull up a chair around the campfire,” Brandi Carlile seems to be saying with her newest album, “and listen to where I’ve been.” The Firewatcher’s Daughter is part alt-folk and part rock, but all distinctly Carlile. There is a mature and contented feeling as the songs roll with the signature rhythm […]