This is a light-hearted, playful, outrageously whimsical book with lots of swagger. It boasts the same amount of myth and magic as Neil's other stories, but is written in a very different voice.
One of the best-kept secrets for stunning yet free Midtown Manhattan skyline views is Long Island City, specifically its southern Hunters Point district—a recently redeveloped industrial area located on the western tip of Queens
This acclaimed memoir chronicles Patti Smith's relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe, starting out as a love letter and ending as an elegy; a poignant portrait of two scrappy, young artists and their deep commitment to art, in front of a stunningly vivid NYC backdrop.
Tour Diary of my 39th Tori show. I experienced it in a very altered state of mind thanks to an edible smuggled from Amsterdam, and I felt like she took my hand and led me into space, where I was left to float.
A tender, poignant, and bittersweet (but often excessively sentimental) chronicle of a roadtrip through the Japanese seasons narrated by Nana—a former stray now devoted to his new owner—that will manage to move cat lovers to tears.
With its easy boardwalk trails and stunning scenery, Plitvice Lakes National Park is the perfect place for anyone; whether you're looking to get a good hike in or just take a stroll around the more photogenic parts of the park.
Review of the two stunning coffee-table style art books released by Flood Gallery Publishing, each illustrating the visual language of Steven Wilson's musical projects, as brought to life by his long-time collaborators Lasse Hoile and Carl Glover.
Tour Diary of my 30th Tori show. She played a full, covers- and zingers-heavy set at a lovely German festival at the edge of a forest, and I got to see her backstage after the show.
Joe Hill has a knack for packing a punch and getting the pacing just right; his shorts take the reader on a ride at full throttle, but after going for a short spin he sets you back down, perhaps a little shaken, but feeling exhilarated and satisfied.
I got to hear two offerings off the long-awaited upcoming Tool album live from the front row, during a super-tight and visually impressive gig on the band's first European tour in thirteen years.