Damn! The critics were right. 21st Century Breakdown is probably Green Day's best stuff since Dookie. Amazon delivered my copy yesterday and it vastly exceeded my expectations.
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It was a second Russian Revolution when ex-Beatle Paul McCartney appeared for a concert in Moscow's Red Square in 2003. The Beatles were banned for decades by the Soviet government, which regarded their music as the height of Western decadence and propaganda. But when Sir Paul took the stage, the ... Read More
Just a few more days and he could have celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with us. Mr. Cronkite talked us through that momentous event live in the summer of 69, becoming visibly emotional as Neil Armstrong stepped off the ladder and boldly went where ... Read More
Manhattan got a surprise historical re-enactment yesterday. As a prelude to his appearance on Letterman, Sir Paul McCartney serenaded a huge crowd of onlookers from atop the Ed Sullivan Theater's Marquee.
On the choppy waters of the Pacific, a seriously injured Navy lieutenant, John F. Kennedy, led his men to safety after a Japanese ship sank his PT boat. It was there that the legend began. This A&E biography chronicles Kennedy's life, from his marriage to Jacqueline Bouvier to his rise ... Read More