Category Archives: Bob Dylan

Just Kids = Just Brilliant

By Victoria Looseleaf Poet, musician, voice of a generation. I’m not talking Bob Dylan, though he, too, is decidedly all of the above, but I speak of the one and only Patti Smith. A gorgeous love story, a heartbreaking elegy … Continue reading

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The Looseleaf Report’s Musings on the Decade, Including the Best, the Worst, and Those Anointed into Our Hall of Shame

Obama, Election night, November 4, 2008, Havana, Cuba. Photo by Victoria Looseleaf. By Victoria Looseleaf Because this would be an encyclopedia of egregious deeds if I included the horrendousness of 9/11, the invasion of Iraq, the Bush brigade, and all … Continue reading

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Tori Amos Puts Her Own Spin on the Season

As part of the music magazine’s SpinHouse Live series, Tori Amos gives an intimate concert at the Spin offices in Lower Manhattan. Photo by Ben Rowland. By Mary Lyn Maiscott Under black chandeliers, Tori Amos, her long hair nearly as … Continue reading

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