Octogenarian Musician Releases First CD

Sometimes, the most wonderful recordings are unrehearsed, spontaneous, and improvised. That’s the case with John Thomsen’s new release.

Book Review: Mindfulness & Grief

Stang weaves stories of people who’ve experienced loss and grief and who have benefited from practicing mindfulness with guided meditations.

Wylie Gustafson, the High Plains Yodeler

He’s not a drug store cowboy. He’s the real thing, tending livestock on his 600-acre ranch. His music celebrates the Great Northern Plains.

The Reality of Woodstock 1969

Woodstock 1969 was the watershed moment of the late-60s counterculture generation, offering attendees respite from visions of a bleak future.

Book Review: A Place to Lay My Head

By AARON PARRETT — Joe Moreland had an upbringing a lot of people who didn’t know better might consider a “tough” childhood. Most of his childhood was spent following his parents around from one shack to the next in Oregon’s Coast Range — and you can’t help but imagine the Joad family in Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath.

Movie Review: Apollo 11

Apollo 11 will rekindle your faith in American ingenuity and the possibilities of our country working together again.