Well, Clay Aiken came out of the closet in an interview with People Magazine this week. Does this really matter? Aiken sure isn’t the only gay musician who has widespread success and has made life more enjoyable with his music. … Continue reading»

Seen and reviewed (Sept. 19)

New films this week: — “The Exiles” (not rated), a previously unreleased 1961 film about Native-American culture.— “Ghost Town” (rated PG-13), a supernatural/romantic comedy starring Ricky Gervais.— “Igor” (rated PG), an animated feature starring the voice of John Cusack.— “Lakeview … Continue reading»

Metallica is back

Hey everyone. I just heard the new Metallica CD, “Death Magnetic,” in its entirety. YEAAAAHHHHH, BABY! The band has created a incredible piece of work that is filled with in-your-face delivery and face-melting musicianship. My adrenaline is still surging through … Continue reading»

Latin Grammys

The Latin Grammy nominations were announced this morning, and the list is impressive. However, the category that caught my eye was the album of the year nominees. Those nominees include Buika for “Nina De Fuego,” Cafe Tacvba for “Sino” and … Continue reading»