For about two seconds it looked like President Obama was finally going to have to make a decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline Project. The State Department report had been issued and there just wasn't any other way to delay a final, clear-cut yes or no from the White House. But then a Nebraska judge ... More >>
Beginning bright and early Wednesday morning, 18-year-old football players far and wide will finalize in writing their plans on where they will ply their trade for the next three to five years, causing high blood pressure in adults three times their age coast to coast and dragging the fax machine in ... More >>
"We will aggressively protect the health, safety and long-term livelihood of our players, both on the field and off. We can preserve the fierce competition that makes football great, while simultaneously committing to the relentless pursuit of safer play. Our players do not make excuses on the field ... More >>
where's the military when the chips are down?
The Stone River Boys' debut Love on the Dial is as much Joe Tex as Buck Owens.
Last week's Reverberations was eaten by the beast that was SXSW 2008. Which is a bummer, since I saw the Rippers play a fearsome set at the Mink on Saturday and very few of you were there. I know this because, until Uptown Bums – who played immediately before the Rippers – went on, it was me, ... More >>
A Tennessee-based Virginia rocker salutes the Big Drunk in song; also: Mary Cutrufello gets back on track
Julian Dashper gives us audio but no visuals in his recordings of the museum exhibit environment
Tim Kasher of Cursive plays The Ugly Organist. The rest is up to the listener.
The Gloria Record's slow road to success leads from Austin to Nebraska and back
Let other goth acts infest other cities; Asmodeus X is perfectly happy here
His PinkMonkey.com sells the Cliffs Notes of tomorrow! He wants your kids to learn stuff the fast and easy way!