BY Claire Filipek
on Jun 14, 2014
I don’t usually turn to reality contest shows for inspirational stories because it seems that they attract contestants with one caveat and exploit it to gain ratings. Maybe I just have a tooth to grind because I had one very talented friend tryout, but without movie star looks or a heart-breaking past he had no hook to remain in the competition. Sidebar over, I found Anna Clendening’s personal triumph over her anxiety and depression to perform on “America’s Got Talent” inspiring and genuine. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Oct 24, 2012
While everyone in NYC was attending various CMJ shows and events last week, I was fortunate enough to be visiting Paris. Which was amazing beyond words. The city, the food, the wine, and the people: all c'est magnifique! But no cool rock shows, mes amis. One of the things that saved my evenings from CSI and Bewitched reruns dubbed in French was stand-up comic Margaret Cho, who was performing in town as part of her current tour, MOTHER.
In a little club called La Java, wearing a t-shirt that said "Yoko Ono" across the front, Ms. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Feb 06, 2012
Whenever anyone tries to inform me that "punk rock is dead," I point to one of my fave bands, the Screaming Females, and say not as long as they’re still alive. And alive they are: on April 3, the New Brunswick, NJ trio will be releasing their fifth album, Ugly. To prepare for it, they’re playing a series of shows from the east coast to the southeast to Chicago.
The Screaming Females have been an integral part of this generation of basement punk bands, and are one of the major artists on their DIY-punk, New Brunz-based label, Don Giovanni Records. Read More
BY Intern Leala
on Mar 09, 2010
There's an online fundraiser being held until March 16 for The Girls Rock Alliance and The Girls Rock Camp Austin.
Donate $10 to www.girlsrockcampaustin.com for a chance to win a guitar signed by Dolly Parton. Read More