Johnny Temple plays bass guitar in the rock bands Girls Against Boys
and New Wet Kojak and is the publisher of Akashic Books
(www.akashicbooks.com), based in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Girls Against
Boys' sixth album, You Can't Fight What You Can't See (Jade Tree
Records) was released in May 2002, and New Wet Kojak's fourth, This
Is the Glamorous (Beggar's Banquet), is forthcoming in February.
John Steinbeck's forlorn protagonists, Lennie and George, summon few comparisons in today's landscape of mainstream literary fiction, overstocked with tales of redemption.
In more than fifteen years of rock-and-roll touring, my worst night of
sleep followed a June 10, 1989, show at Centro Sociale Leoncavallo, an
anticapitalist squat in Milan.
Johnny Temple plays bass guitar in the rock bands Girls Against Boys and New Wet Kojak and is the publisher of Akashic Books (www.akashicbooks.com).
Courtney Love's plea to fellow recording artists
to join her in the creation of a new musicians' guild, printed below,
is the latest blow to the beleaguered "Big Five
"You have no idea how much love I got for this," says David Jamil Muhammad, referring to his role as a student organizer of "Hip-Hop Generation--Hip-Hop as a Movement." The conference was held Ap
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