Mystery of the George Jones tapes—legit or just a hoax?

George Jones’ music legacy lives on just as stories about his hell-raising years do. Now there’s a mystery surrounding the legendary country music singer, and it’s waiting to be cracked. Continue reading “Mystery of the George Jones tapes—legit or just a hoax?”

Range of humor, some very disturbing, in responses to Coronavirus

Various memes and videos poking humor and satire at the Coronavirus or COVID-19 impact are not surprising. Americans often find comfort in humor. Several videos caught my eye, and reasons vary. One in particular is more disturbing after the fact. Another has a personal connection to me. Continue reading “Range of humor, some very disturbing, in responses to Coronavirus”

Musicians, note: Is Soul’d Out lawsuit over Coachella reasonable?

The morning news brought an update on a legal case dating to 2018 regarding a contract related to Coachella policy. Originally tossed, the case is now back in play. We should ask ourselves if the overturn was a good idea.

Is Soul’d Out’s case reasonable? Continue reading “Musicians, note: Is Soul’d Out lawsuit over Coachella reasonable?”

Drama of love and war in my own backyard

Ask anyone who knows me where my favorite place is, and the answer would be my backyard. There’s a whole world of wonder there, an ongoing drama of war, love (of sorts), and joy. War, you may ask? In a back yard? Yep. Continue reading “Drama of love and war in my own backyard”

Why do national dinosaur media handle the CPC with kid gloves?

Will indie media be our saving grace?

We were talking about many news outlets’ fondness for the CPC, the way they handle it with kid gloves,  when my friend asked me what news I “watch”.

My answer was easy.

“Little to none.” Continue reading “Why do national dinosaur media handle the CPC with kid gloves?”