WHEN THEY DIED IN A 1940 CAR CRASH, Eileen McKenney was far better known (by name, at least) than her novelist husband Nathanael West. Made famous in her older sister Ruth McKenney’s 1938 memoir My Sister Eileen, she inspired at least two books, two movies, a Broadway musical, and a TV series. They were all light-hearted and comic.
The Floridian gives new life to old fare
Young musicians have always had a hard time of it, what with the time it takes to learn an instrument, discover a personal style and identity, find like-minded musicians to jam with and possibly start bands, and then enter the workforce. It’s a brutal experience, one not for the faint of heart or weak of will.
Good looks, syrupy pop hooks, and family-friendly vibes keep Cali-based quintet R5 on Radio Disney radar
Agitprop punk trio Beautiful Bodies inject hardcore activism into an ass shaking sound
AMERICAN CORNDOGS STANDUP COMEDY TOUR
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