more by M. Faust
[ROCK] There’s no need to say anything about Blondie, who will headline the “Rage and Rapture” tour at Artpark on Tuesday, July 25 other than that they’re still in fine fettle afte
[TRIBUTE] This may be sacrilege to Pink Floyd fans, but rather than spend a lot of money to see Roger Waters perform songs by his old band when he appears here in September, you’ll probably have just as good a time with Bri
Hey, see if you can guess who this is:
We first see Beatrice (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi) parading the grounds at this antique Tuscan location as if she owns the place, barking out suggestions and orders to the staff and other residents.
[ROCK] What, you may ask, is the difference between Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot, which will be featured at this week’s Tuesdays in the Park show at Artpark, and the Brian Setzer Orchestra, whose appearances most Decembers light up every
[ROCK] Taking advantage of Western New York’s proximity to the longest undefended border in the world, Artpark features another Canadian Hall of Fame show this week in its Tuesdays at the Park series.
The newspaper account of trumpet player Lee Morgan’s death in February 1972 features two photos. One is of him, smiling for a photographer in a posed shot. The other is the mug shot of the woman who killed him, looking haggard and forlorn, identified as “Mrs. Lee Morgan.”
What do Gary Oldman, John Lithgow, Timothy Spall, Michael Gambon, Richard Burton, Orson Welles, Donald Pleasance, and Brendan Gleeson have in common? All have played Winston Churchill, one of the most important figures in the history of Great Britain.