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How Coca-Cola Makes Life More Bearable During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Contactless pouring may give us some peace of mind and a sense of normalcy sorely lacking at a time when people’s routines have been altered radically. Continue reading

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Why Kanye West Is Running for President

Kanye West is possibly the most polarizing celebrity alive. He is also a billionaire capitalist, with a clothing line and music to promote. Creating the moment, a tactic Kanye has perfected, serves his business aspirations well. That’s exactly what he … Continue reading

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How Elvis Rediscovered Greatness

Why do artists lose their creative spark? And how do they regain their mojo? To find an answer, I examined two famous artistic comebacks: Elvis Presley’s resurgence in 1969 and Johnny Cash’s return to glory in 1994. Both men have … Continue reading

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Why Celebrities Matter Now

Celebrities sure have been stepping in it lately. A lot. In their attempts to connect with people around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, many actors, musicians, and other public figures have come across as painfully tone-deaf. Finding examples is … Continue reading

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Ten Great Albums for Two in the Morning

When you find yourself awake in the middle of the night, alone with your worries, music can help you make it through. But not just any music. Only a 2:00 a.m. record album will do. A 2:00 a.m. album keeps … Continue reading

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Solace in the Time of the Coronavirus

I am not ashamed to admit it: I just found some solace — even hope — in a YouTube video from a movie star I’ve never met and probably never will. Let’s face it: we’re getting hammered with bleak news … Continue reading

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The Banality of “Your Health and Safety Are Our Top Concern”

What have you been doing during the coronavirus lockdown? I have been reading emails from businesses. Lots of them. Seems like every organization in the world wants to reach out and let me know how much they care about me … Continue reading

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Why Old Hollywood Will Win at the 2020 Academy Awards

Last year at this time, the Academy Awards were buzzing with anticipation about Netflix possibly cleaning up at the Oscars. There was a very real possibility that the Netflix-produced Roma would become the first Academy Award Best Picture winner from a streaming … Continue reading

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How David Bowie’s “Blackstar” Taught Us How to Die

Four years ago on January 8, David Bowie gave us a majestic gift on his own birthday: Blackstar, his 25th and final studio album. I believe Blackstar is the most significant work of popular music in the 21st Century. For with Blackstar, David Bowie … Continue reading

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Memorable Album Covers of 2019

In the digital age, album cover art remains an essential artistic and commercial element of any musician’s work. And 2019 was no exception. As Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You demonstrates, album covers are arguably even more important than they were … Continue reading

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