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Kurt Cobain: Difference Maker

“Here we are now, entertain us.”, these lyrics were the iconic words in the chorus of what would become one of the most anthological songs in all of music history; “Smells Like Teen Spirit” the Nirvana track, an anthem to any teenager or young adult growing up in the 90’s was just the beginning of a movement that would shake up the entire planet. 2,123 more words

Arbitrary Best of 2015: Documentary

Note: My ‘Arbitrary Best Of’ lists are arbitrary both in terms of the topics I pick and the number of items that make up that list. 422 more words


Experts examining Kurt Cobain's Death

It’s been more than two decades since the death of legendary Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain in an apparent suicide at his home.

Cobain was found dead on April 8, 1994, with a shotgun laid across his body, and a suicide note near where he was lying, and is believed to have shot himself three days prior. 357 more words

All Apologies, A review of Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

Originally published in the West Chester Quad





Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are. 882 more words


HOW MANY OPEN EYES AND EARS - The Future Of Recognition

Elvis – Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Lennon, Aretha, Janis, Michael Jackson, Jimi, Bono, Whitney and Celine-where will the next bright star shine and how many open eyes and ears will be there to recognize the intensity of their light? 885 more words

An Impressionable Mind - The influence of Music and Travel

I was in the car this morning on my way to work, ipod plugged in and all of a sudden a Nirvana track came on. Wow – I haven’t listened to Nirvana in a long while. 527 more words


On Biographies.

As children, we were always familiar with fairy tales and fantastical tales of gargantuan ventures.  From Jack and the Giant Bean Stalk to Cinderella, the aspect of magic captured our hearts with possibilities of greater possibilities and worlds apart from our own that seemed familiar enough to relate to, but just distant enough to engender awe and rapt attention.   647 more words