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Posts by: Adam Pockross

Like most of you, I woke up on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 to the shitty news that another psycho shot up another concert. Later (and earlier, unofficially), we got...

I’m trying to think of the first time I remember being in the presence of Tom Petty’s eternal sound. It may have been one of my brother’s early mix tapes –...

Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America seemed pretty poignant upon its 2004 release, but even the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning author himself...

Last weekend, when I finally set foot in The Broad, Los Angeles’ illustrious newish contemporary art museum founded by rich people Eli and Edythe Broad, I was...

  I probably don’t have to tell you this, but sex sells. And I’m honest enough to tell you that’s why I tuned into HBO’s new show, The Deuce, when it debuted...

Full disclosure: I’m not sure I can successfully accomplish this juicy bit of rationalization, but I’m really hoping to. The problem here is that of all my...

There’s so much to love about Amazon’s new mini-series, The Tick, but first and foremost, for me at least, it boils down to this: I can finally see myself as a...

In today’s TV watching landscape, there’s the very recent problem of having too many damn good choices. In one way, it’s kind of a great problem to have, as...

For my money, there are better Bob Marley albums, even Bob Marley & the Wailers albums, than Exodus (I’m a huge fan of their next album, Kaya), but none more...

I can’t think of a lot of novels that you can put down for 10 years, pick right back up to read the final passages, and then burst out in tears like you just...