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This Week in Advancement: Mick Jagger and Joss Stone’s New Band

This week in Advancement we heard the first track from Super Heavy, the new band from Mick Jagger and Joss Stone.
In Music by Jason Hartley / July 8, 2011

This Week in Advancement: What Lou Reed, Metallica and Bob Dylan Have in Common

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartely explains why Lou Reed, Metallica and Bob Dylan have more in common than you might think.
In Music by Jason Hartley / June 24, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Applying ‘Moneyball’ to Rock and Roll

This week in Advancement Jason Hartley digs into some Advancement Theory fundamentals and examines how "Moneyball" thinking can apply to rock and roll.
In Music by Jason Hartley / June 10, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Prince, and the Art of Career Suicide

his week in Advancement, Jason Hartley discusses a Prince, and the rarified art of career suicide.
In Music by Jason Hartley / June 3, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Defending Bob Dylan at 70

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley mounts a spirited defense of Bob Dylan at 70.
In Music by Jason Hartley / May 24, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Woody Allen

This week Jason Hartley pays tribute to a legendary Advanced artist: Woody Allen.
In Entertainment by Jason Hartley / May 13, 2011

This Week in Advancement: The Pixies’ Triumphant Reggae

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley celebrates one of the best reggae bands of all time: The Pixies.
In Music by Jason Hartley / May 6, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Buddy Holly and What Might Have Been

In light of the new Buddy Holly tribute record with Paul McCartney and Lou Reed, this week Jason Hartley travels back in Advancement time to explore Buddy Holly's lost potential as the greatest Advanced artist of all time.
In Music by Jason Hartley / April 29, 2011

This Week in Advancement: ‘A Visit From the Goon Squad’ Review

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley reviews the Jennifer Egan novel "A Visit From the Good Squad."
In Entertainment by Jason Hartley / April 22, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Our Irrational Fear of Toilets

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley talks toilet seats: The only thing worse than a cold toilet seat is a warm one.
In Entertainment by Jason Hartley / April 15, 2011

This Week in Advancement (Late Edition): Vanilla Ice

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley explains why Vanilla Ice's resurgence as Captain Hook in a pantomime performance of Peter Pan is Advanced. Also, Vanilla Ice and Eminem might be the same person.
In Music by Jason Hartley / April 5, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Eddie Vedder’s Ukulele

This week in Advancement, Jason Hartley explains why Eddie Vedder's ukulele is less Advanced that Sting's lute.
In Music by Jason Hartley / March 25, 2011

This Week in Advancement: R.E.M.

Jason Hartley is the creator of an influential cultural philosophy called Advancement theory, which may be the only way to truly make sense of the modern world. Jason’s column, This Week in Advancement, will help you do just that. This week in Advancement, Hartley discusses the bitter betrayals and eventual redemption of R.E.M.
In Music by Jason Hartley / March 11, 2011

This Week in Advancement: Charlie Sheen

Jason Hartley is the creator of an influential cultural philosophy called Advancement theory, which may be the only way to truly make sense of the modern world. Jason’s column, This Week in Advancement, will help you do just that. This week, Hartley discusses a serious contender for Advanced status: Charlie Sheen.
In Entertainment by Jason Hartley / March 4, 2011

This Week in Advancement: McCartney’s Ballet, Radiohead, and “Franco”

Jason Hartley is the creator of an influential cultural philosophy called Advancement theory, which may be the only way to truly make sense of the modern world. Jason’s column, This Week in Advancement, will help you do just that. This week, Jason Hartley pokes around McCartney's new ballet, Radiohead's new record, and Franco hosting the…
In Entertainment by Jason Hartley / February 25, 2011

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