Daylight savings time is perhaps the greatest holiday of the year because it provides more inspiration for late-night rocking. No longer will you suffer from cabin fever and continue having to live life as a shut-in square. Embrace the daylight, open up to the world, and rock! More
It was Wednesday night. I was in the kitchen, drinking whiskey and pretending to wash dishes, when my blushing bride called to me from the next room: "You HAVE to see this." No amount of amber spirits could have prepared me for what she'd stumbled across on the interwebs. More
On Thursday, March 13, we'll welcome a trio of Icelandic acts to the Globe Media Lab as part of A Taste of Iceland. See Hermigervill, Retro Stefson and Sin Fang perform live at 2 p.m. Click here to grab a seat, and click below to sample a song from each act. More
The purple mystery himself, Prince, stopped by "The Arsenio Hall Show" last night as both the guest and the musical performer with his new band 3RDEYEGIRL. The artist premiered a new song for the crowd called "FUNKNROLL," which is basically classic Prince-- a cosmic take on classic funk and R&B, complete with an 11-piece horn section, frontman mystique, and some killer dance moves. He performed two other songs as well, "Mutiiny" from The Family-era, and the rare "Paisley Park" b-side "She's Always In My Hair" More
Take a break from your "True Detective" binge this weekend to crown Boston's king of wings, sample some local maple syrup, and see a local institution's milestone performance. Or don't. It doesn't really matter because time is a flat circle and everything we've ever done or will do, we're gonna do over and over and over again.
The Boston Globe's Kevin Paul Dupont stopped by for his usual Wednesday 2 p.m. chat, so we were able to cover the final hour of this year's NHL trade deadline. We talked about how Tim Thomas and Roberto Luongo were teammates (for less than a day, it turned out), and what moves we expected the Bruins to make. More