“If you look at the bad column and the top take says the service was poor and 30 local people agree, it’s not one person’s story,” Myers says. “It’s clear that’s the deal. The ordering comes down to crowd consensus.” Continue reading
“This is a big deal for our local Boston artists; if we locked them all up for [marijuana], where would I get my best local music to play on ‘AAF, ya know?” Continue reading
Since being radical means getting to the root of things, I thought to address some of the unfortunate reactions to developments in Ferguson, and to trace them back to the underlying problems. Continue reading
“I really don’t like to speak behind my concepts of my songs … What you took away is not necessary what someone else took from it. I feel like it takes away from the magic of the song.”
Well, shit. Forgive us Kevin. The following post is a magic-free zone.
“I remember at one point watching the shadows on the wall closing in on me. It was awesome!” Continue reading
You get the feeling that only a few people truly understand Michael Cera: maybe Jonah Hill or Jason Bateman, definitely not Ellen Page. But what about Michael Christmas? Continue reading
We met at a bar (where it took three shots of Fireball Whiskey to calm me down before he even arrived.) He walked in and I wanted to laugh. He was so much shorter than I imagined, but still, really cute. We got along well and I loved that he didn’t know anything about me. I wasn’t Mike’s ex, or Dave’s ex, or a wrestler, or a bartender. Just a stranger. Continue reading