Other Things I’ve Written Lately

Here are some other things I’ve written recently:

  • An interview with Rod Argent of the Zombies, pictured above, for AARP the magazine.
  • A look at the Fall TV outlook, also for AARP.
  • Previewing a new exhibition on Latin American contributions to Baseball at the Museum of American History, for Smithsonian Magazine.com.
  • A chat with rocker Willie Nile that appeared in Songfacts.com.
  • A report on a long-delayed art exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History for Smithsonian Magazine.com.
  • A Q&A with the creator of Record Store Day, for The Vinyl District.com.
  • Suggesting other soul concerts worth a documentary film treatment, in the wake of the hit “Summer of Soul,” for Media Village.com
  • A review of a streamed performance of Signature Theatre’s “Detroit ’67” for Broadway World.
  • Premiering a new track from an esteemed Memphis duo, Loveland Duren, for The Vinyl District.
  • A review of a compelling one woman show, “Where We All Belong” staged by Woolly Mammoth Theatre.
  • A report on how big stars are boosting vinyl record sales, for Media Village.
  • A review of a musical declaration at the Round House Theatre, “We’re Gonna Die.”
  • A story about a crowd sourced beer unveiled on IPA Day, for Media Village.
  • A review of a play that might have fit in well if Fringe Fest was going on. But “Clowntime” is over.

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