Last week, staff writers Meeral Tashfeen and Claire De La Roche trekked through the depths of EC for a speaker panel to celebrate Isabel Huacuja Alonso’s recent work, Radio for the Millions: Hindu-Urdu Broadcasting Across Borders.
Bits and pieces gathered from the musical universe by Bwog music critic Bryan Mochizuki: The new Norah Jones comes out today, and her two parallel existences continue. One is the more popular Norah “always a safe bet for Mom” Jones, or Snorah for naysayers. The other is her insanely cred-garnering alter-ego, the one who covered […]
Bwog staffer Brendan Ballou’s musings from his great state… If you live in Minnesota, you waited for Robert Altman’s new film A Prairie Home Companion with mixed emotions—specifically, fear and dread. After all, The Land of 10,000 Lakes came off very poorly in the Fargo (explaining that Fargo is actually in North Dakota has become […]