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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Technically, the kids are all right
Cyber bullying, update-addiction, sexting - everything unpleasant about social media, from one perspective, is the fault of the Grateful Dead.
2014 Record Store Day Offering Hundreds of Exclusive Vinyl Releases
Spring is in the air, but if you breathe deeply enough you may also pick up the scent of fresh vinyl.
The Las Vegas Sun
Cutler, Foster, Derulo, Bastille, Blacc,
Happy Easter Weekend, everyone! Viva Las Vegas - it's also a rockabilly pin-up party weekend, plus a lot of music high notes.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Huffington Post
Here's Everything You Need To Know About Why We Celebrate Weed On 4/20
Warren Haynes, the Allman Brothers Band guitarist, routinely plays with the surviving members of the Grateful Dead, now touring as The Dead.
Bob Weir & RatDog will play Celebrity Theatre in July
Calling all Phoenix-area Deadheads! A press release yesterday announced that Bob Weir , legendary co-founding member of the Grateful Dead, and his band RatDog are making a stop at the intimate Celebrity Theatre July 7 for a 7:30 p.m. show.
Artist Carolyn Ferris kicks off a Bacchanalian feast of art, music and wine
If you are making a trip to Napa on a Sunday over the next few weeks, be sure to drop in at the " Wild Artist High Noon Deco Lounge Series " featuring art works of Bay Area rock poster artists such as Carolyn Ferris , Chris Shaw and John Seabury.
Phil Lesh & Friends to Play First-Ever Concert in New York City's Central Park
Phil Lesh & Friends , the musical project led by the founding Grateful Dead bassist, will play their first-ever headlining show in New York City's Central Park next month.
Music films hit distinct note at annual Tribeca Film Festival
Music and movies played together even before sound revolutionized film during its infancy, and so it is at the Tribeca Film Festival where the documentary lineup is heavy on musical subjects, from hip hop star Nas to shock rocker Alice Cooper.
The Washington Post
The DC Cannabis Campaign provides a legalization-themed playlist
For some, this Sunday marks the end of Lent, when self-denial gives way to celebration, and for others Sunday's a different kind of holiday.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
How 420 became code for marijuana
The number 420 has become a popular code for marijuana. Where does the term come from and why did it catch on, asks Aidan Lewis.
The Mountain Times
Jim Lauderdale: A Busy Man at MerleFest
Jim Lauderdale, who is scheduled to play at MerleFest April 24 to 27, is simply one of the most prolific songwriters and performers in the roots music business.
An interview with mystery author Alan Bradley, creator of the Flavia de Luce series
Alan Bradley's Flavia de Luce mysteries revolve around an 11-year-old girl English girl with a predilection for poisons and a talent for solving murders in the early 1950s.
FIR Interview: JerryGarcia.com developers Mark Silverman and Amy Haiar from Critical Mass
The websites of most musicians adhere to a highly predictable template. There's a bio, a page hosting some music, another with photos and video, a tour schedule, and a merchandise store.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
How to spot a Parrothead in the wild Jimmy Buffett brings 'Songs From St. Somewhere' tour to Tampa
In Nov. 4, 2011, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, "Parrot Heads" Amy Jamison, left, shares beads with Yvonne Schindler during a Duval Street concert in Key West.
Phil Lesh's Long Strange Trip to Brooklyn
Phil Lesh opened his April 15th concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music the second of two shows there with a romp through memoir, rendered in the present tense, facing forward.
With The Werks, you get more than a jam band
In this one, the group came across it name at a restaurant when ordering a dish with "the works."
Steve Brown's 'Flashback Jam - Last Licks' plays the Firehouse
This Sunday, Steve Brown's film, "Flashback Jam - Last Licks," will play the Pedro Point Firehouse Film Series.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
As vinyl sales rise, Record Store Day plays it forward
Aerosmith whipped out its Big Ten Inch Record nearly 40 years ago, but this weekend, they'll be showing off an extra two as part of the worldwide Record Store Day celebration on Saturday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Best Bets, April 15, 2014: Dark Star Orchestra
Pulse Productions welcomes Dark Star Orchestra performing Grateful Dead songs. The band has played more than 2,000 shows and sometimes recreates entire set lists from Dead concerts.