"As far as I am aware, the sole "live" footage that exists of the Stooges comes from the Cincinnati Summer Pop Festival of 1970 (AKA Midsummer Rock Festival). Appearing on a bill with Grand Funk Railroad, Alice Cooper, Mountain and Traffic, the group performs "T.V. Eye" and "1970" as Iggy leaps into the crowd–probably inventing crowd-surfing in the process–smearing peanut butter all over his chest. It's one of the most primal and primitive rock and roll moments of all time…"—Richard Metzger, on Dangerous Minds. Watch the video here.
The Stern Grove Festival, now in its 84th year, embodies the diverse and joyful culture of San Francisco at its best: It's a series of summer Sunday concerts by musicians across myriad genres, takes place in the heart of the city in a stunningly beautiful natural amphitheater lined with giant redwoods, fir, and eucalyptus trees,… READ THE REST
Gary (of Gary Lewis and the Playboys) joins dad Jerry to kick off the September 20, 1965 episode of Hullabaloo with a version of The Beatle's hit "Help." Also on the episode: Joannie Sommers performing "Losing You," Barry Maguire singing "Eve of Destruction," Gary Lewis and the Playboys performing "It Ain't Me Babe," Paul Revere… READ THE REST
Bo Burnham sings "Welcome to the Internet" from his new Netflix special Inside. Here are the lyrics so you can sing along! "Welcome To The Internet" Welcome to the internetHave a look aroundAnything that brain of yours can think of can be foundWe've got mountains of contentSome better, some worseIf none of it's of interest… READ THE REST
You've probably manned a grill or two in your day. You've stood over enough burning coals and seared enough animal flesh to have a pretty good idea of whether a slab of meat is properly cooked or needs some more time over the fire. But … do you really? E. coli contamination in ground beef makes… READ THE REST
If you really want to make Dad happy for Father's Day, give him the means to get away from it all. The job, the responsibilities, the family … maybe even you! Dad might even be so touched by the gift that he'll forget his natural inclinations for peace and solitude and let you come along.… READ THE REST
Sometimes, the world can bring back something that might have been headed for the dustbin of history if fate hadn't intervened. Case in point: journaling. While the art of chronicling your life and activities hadn't disappeared, it was definitely waning before last year. Then, COVID hit — and many of those who faced anxiety and new… READ THE REST