The hope is that general readers and scholars will realize a more rounded comprehension of Jack Kerouac.
“We’ve let too many valuable creative people leave for Brooklyn, Austin, and Portland. We need to do something about that.”
Boston was first introduced to ensemble taiko in 1975, when members of the Japanese group Kodō crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon and moments later performed.
“The kids in Boston accepted us unconditionally, and we hung out with everyone out there—Barrence Whitfield, the Bristols, the Del Fuegos.”
“Working on The Way We Live Now was a natural process of learning about modernist architecture and the dominating visions of figures such as Le Corbusier, Mies, and Adolf Loos.”
Over the next two decades, slow-creeping climate change is coming to the arts in America — the arctic ice on which the creative class stands is melting.
A country maverick talks about becoming a bluegrass traditionalist.
“To say that the occult ‘saved’ it is really to say that the spiritual agitation is at the heart of what was able to bring rock ‘n’ roll to its most interesting places.”
George Fifield has been pushing the conceptual ball called contemporary digital and intermedia art up a hill for decades.
“It’s not depressing to be told that writers and artists are getting screwed. It’s our daily reality.”