“A Women’s History of the Beatles”: Thrilling, Never Prurient
Beyond the screaming girls, the Beatles had a strong support system from women – and influenced women of all ages in surprising ways.
“Janis: Her Life and Music”: Revisiting A Legend
Janis Joplin’s life burned hot and fast. A new biography digs deep into the things that made her an enduring figure of 60s counterculture and music.
What the Monkees Meant to the Youngest Boomers
Today in 1966, “The Monkees” debuted on TV. Here’s a thoughtful reflection on how the “pre-Fab Four” impacted a generation.
The Tao of The Beatles (In 13 Songs)
The Beatles weren’t big into folks “deciphering” their songs. Yet there’s no doubt that the music inspired many — on a spiritual level.
“Hey Jude,” “Revolution,” and the Chicago 7
The new Netflix series on the Chicago 7 captures the chaos of 1968. The Beatles were watching and wrote two very different songs.