Lindsay Patton

Lindsay Patton

Friday, 21 December 2012 15:59

Q&A with Revue founder Doug Fast

I got a degree from Thomas Jefferson College [at Grand Valley State University] and my majors were communications and music. I had been traveling with my act, Fast & Missad. I did musical comedy, political satire kind of stuff. At the same time I was doing that, I was writing for a lot of publications.

Thursday, 20 December 2012 12:57

Eclectic Best Bet: William Shatner

He's a spoken-word artist, pals with Henry Rollins and enemies with Twitter star George Takei. He also played one of the most iconic roles in television history. I'm talking about James Tiberius Kirk.

Thursday, 20 December 2012 12:26

Comedy Best Bet: Bill Cosby

Let's take a moment to think about what life would be like without Bill Cosby. Instead of year-round Cosby sweater parties, we'd only have once-yearly ugly Christmas sweater parties.

Monday, 30 July 2012 15:13

Q&A: Molly Clauhs of Silver Spork

Fancy Fast Food: Questions for Molly Clauhs, owner of The Silver Spork food truck.

Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:27

Local Laughs: Q&A with Stu McCallister

Questions for Stu McCallister, local comic and Dr. Grins emcee.

Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:35

Inside the Work Ethic of Henry Rollins

Henry Rollins doesn't take vacations. "I'm always kind of doing something — there's never really any downtime," he said. "And I'm not trying to impress you with my workload."

Sharon Van Etten's buzz has been growing ever since she released her first full-length album, "Because I Was in Love", in 2009. The complex themes and emotional songwriting on the album kept her popping up on Pitchfork, an Internet music publication.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012 12:54

Love Equalizer: Q&A with Erin Wilson

Erin Wilson pretty much has his fingers in everything as founder of Until Love Is Equal, director of Wealthy Theatre and board president of ArtPeers. He told us what is focus is for 2012.

Detroit still has a pulse! That's one of many factors that drew Shara Worden to the city. The mind behind My Brightest Diamond planted her roots in Detroit soil after living in New York, preceded by a year in Moscow.

Rock music isn't the first thing attendees of Lollapalooza hear as they approach the festival gates. Instead, some of the first sounds come in the form of bells, and chants coming out of a loudspeaker.

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