‘Julia’ Review: Julia Child Burns Brightly, But HBO Max’s Series Never Quite Cooks With Enough Grease
This eight-episode comedy series uses the framework of Child’s start as a TV personality to tell a small part of her story. In portraying the show within the show, the series runs into its first challenge: getting a modern audience to buy into what makes Julia Child so charming to the public in 1963 after we’ve long been conditioned to far more gregarious chef shows.
"Do you wanna get rocked?" That's the surprising question that kicks off Def Leppard's 1992 album Adrenalize.
If the coming vibe shift brings us into a period where indie sleaze rules supreme, Charli XCX stands to take the throne at the top of the pops, finally.
When I first mentioned writing a podcast about murder ballads to people—spoiler: it actually happened, it’s called Songs in the Key of Death, and it’s out now—I would invariably get one of three responses. Most common: What’s a murder ballad?
Closing out 1981 with a successful debut solo album, Stevie Nicks had to figure out every musician's natural next step: going on tour. But it wasn’t quite that easy.
Joan Jett Has Spent Her Career Fighting For Equality In Music. But She Doesn't Know When We'll Get It.
With the release of the documentary Bad Reputation, Joan Jett has taken a moment to look back on her life.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is on the cusp of a very female-friendly group of inductees. Over the next decade a huge number of important female artists from the '90s will become eligible for recognition.
Coachella has emerged as the defining music event of festival season. Despite its pedigree, it has fallen short in one area: the lack of women on its lineup for most of its history.
Musical Exchange: Chris Thile Navigates Crossovers, Collaboration, and the Purusit of Creative Freedom
Examining the varied musical collaborations of a MacArthur Grant winner and how they've changed his career.
The soundtrack for Promising Young Woman pushes into a deeper layer of women's relationship to music.
In some ways, Elvis Costello's Blood & Chocolate was an end-of-an-era record. Released on Sept. 15, 1986, the record arrived only seven months after the release of King of America - an unusual move for any artist in the '80s but especially for Costello, who was riding high with both fans and critics.
Whether you’re searching for breakfast, lunch or dinner, sometimes eating alone is necessary. These cafes, coffee shops, bars, and restaurants are some of Dallas’s best options for a working meal, striking up a conversation with a stranger or for a simple moment of respite from the daily grind. If you’re going to go it alone, these are the best places in big D to be.
Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
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