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Joseph Arthur Live at City Winery

Joseph Arthur played the last show of his May residency at City Winery in NYC on Saturday and kicks off a short US tour.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / May 29, 2012

Jonathan Franzen hates Twitter

And apparently hipsters and cameras.
In News by Jarreau Joseph Weber / March 8, 2012

Bill Clinton, Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to those who have "done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses."
In News by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 27, 2012

Prison or castration for sex offenders in Germany, Russia

The Council of Europe’s anti-torture committee recommended Wednesday that Germany should cease the practice of surgical castration of sex offenders.
In News by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 24, 2012

Lady Gaga’s social network a ‘blatant ripoff’ of Pinterest

Surprised? This certainly is not the first time Gaga ripped off someone's style.
In News by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 8, 2012

CMJ Music Marathon Festival Invades NYC

"It's like a veritable orgy of music."
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / October 19, 2011

Live Review: Jens Lekman at Music Hall of Williamsburg

The playful Swedish indie-pop satirist/dramatist brought his unique whimsical sarcasm to a packed house in Brooklyn.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / October 14, 2011

The Twilight Singers Preform Searing ‘Blackberry Belle’ Set at Great American Music Hall

Greg Dulli and special guests Mark Lanegan, Petra Haden, and Dave Catching preformed a once in a lifetime show in San Francisco.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / September 26, 2011

Live Review: The Twilight Singers at Webster Hall

Greg Dulli owned the night with a rapturous performance in New York City.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / May 23, 2011

Live Review: Suuns and The Black Angels at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Psychedelic rock collides with hypnotic synth sounds at a mind-fuck of a show in Brooklyn.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / April 25, 2011

Dulli Delivers With Twilight Singer’s ‘Dynamite Steps’

For the last twenty years Greg Dulli has made a career out of seducing us with an animalistic side of humanity so lecherous it’s hard not to want more.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / March 21, 2011

Changing A Tire While Riding A Motorcycle

People are dying in Egypt, Mubarak is stepping down, politicians are trolling Craigslist, important things are happening in the world. Though I can't help but be amazed at two people riding a motorcycle, popping a wheelie, and changing a tire at the same time.
In Entertainment by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 11, 2011

Black SC Senator: ‘Brothers Don’t Work as Hard as Mexicans’

According to state senator Robert Ford, "brothers don't work as hard as Mexicans. Blue-eyed brothers don't either."
In Politics by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 10, 2011

The Dirtiest White Stripes Remix Ever, Courtesy Of Glitch Mob

The LA trio give "Seven Nation Army" an injection of synth. Play it loud.
In Music by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 10, 2011

Can You Smell What Bin Laden Is Cooking?

Apparently so. Osama bin Laden’s cook just cut a juicy plea deal.
In News by Jarreau Joseph Weber / February 10, 2011

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