Dave Cobb: Wrangling Rough Country Beasts Toward Nashville

March 21, 2016

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New York Times, March 20, 2016


The Curious Decline of Paul Mooney

March 21, 2016

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New York Magazine, January 26, 2016


Kiss and Break Up: Inside the Feud Between Lil Wayne and Birman

January 20, 2016

For years, the superstar rapper and his mentor formed one of hip-hop’s most inseparable teams. Then it all went terribly wrong.

Vulture, January 18, 2016


The Oral History of the “Bohemian Rhapsody” Scene in Wayne’s World

December 1, 2015

Rolling Stone, November 30, 2015

 


The Mostly True Adventures of Standup Comedy’s Legendary Frat House

October 21, 2015

One grand old house overlooking the Sunset Strip played host to a generation of comics — including Sam Kinison, Andrew Dice Clay, and Robin Williams — launching dozens of careers and about as many drug problems. The crash pad of a comedy revolution, remembered, kinda, by the people who survived it.

BuzzFeed, October 21, 2015


Revolutionary on the Run

May 29, 2015

In 2011, at age 23, Ramy Essam, Egypt’s “singer for the revolution” was lionized for helping to overthrow a dictator. Four years later, a brutal military crackdown has all but destroyed the country’s youthful protest movement while its hero bides his time in a faraway country, trying to keep the fight — and himself — alive.

Buzzfeed, May 29, 2015


The Oral History of In Living Color

March 27, 2015

Details, March 26, 2015