Phil Hartman Remembered

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Sarah Larson reviews a new biography of the late comedian Phil Hartman:

“‘You Might Remember Me’ is valuable—a well-reported, thorough portrait of an artist. But it has a few flaws. For one thing, it isn’t very funny. Hartman was funny, God knows, but [Mike] Thomas’s ear is unreliable, as is, sometimes, his taste.”

Photograph Courtesy Everett Collection

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Updated marriage equality map! Congrats Michigan!!

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Crosby Stills & Nash - The Biography | Photo by Henry Diltz

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40 Years Ago Today…

On September 14, 1974, folk rock quartet Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young performed at Wembley Stadium in London. One of the latter stops on this legendary tour, the three hour show consisted of three sets, and featured songs from their 1970 album, as well as solo material from each band member. Joni Mitchell and baby Chris Stills also made guest appearances. 

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