Simply stated, Elvis Aaron Presley was the greatest rock star of all time. He was also the first artist that could be considered a legitimate, mass appeal star when it came to the realms of rock 'n' roll. He set the standard all those that followed aspired too; everyone from the Beatles to Bob Dy ... More >>
In case you didn't notice -- between coverage of the Casey Anthony trial, Anthony Weiner, and Anderson Cooper probably wearing a skin-tight shirt -- CNN held a debate between hopeful Republican presidential candidates last night.You can guess what happened when Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, Ne ... More >>
Davie Police Officer Stephen Kenneth Olenchak stands accused of drugging his wife and a teenaged girl so he could then rape the girl while his wife was zonked out. The happens after the they all watched Big Love on HBO (this is impossible to make up). It's sort ... More >>
via www.tomjones.comYou'd be hard pressed to find a human being on the planet with more "cool" than Tom Jones. Countless hip hop artists claim to have the lock-down on the swagger, but each of them must bow their heads in reverence to Mr. Jones. There's not a person alive who can be mentioned in the ... More >>
With news like this, we need Horatio.Shoes, Statue Pranks Work of Criminal Mastermind? Yeah!An investigation is underway to find out who dumped thousands of shoes all over the Palmetto Expressway this morning. But with only a CSI Miami-style unproven hunch, I'm willing to say that it's the prankster ... More >>
Even "In the Ghetto" hums with sincerity in the Caldwell's Elvis revue.
Turntable Matinee (Yep Roc)
At Elwood's, we learn that nurses know how to Love Me Tender.
Ronnie B's Taste of the '50s Diner
All things, even Bandwidth, must pass
"The Gaither Homecoming" testifies at the Office Depot Center
Reporters outside the funeral of National Enquirer's photo editor, Boca Raton, October 2001
A revue that remembers songs written by those Jewish guys for those black guys
Letters for July 19, 2001
Letters for June 14, 2001
Letters for May 24, 2001
Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop
Elvis was a hero to most. Why?
Dead Elvis at Sunrise promises morning in America
A Passionate Woman
RCA's bottomless pit of revenue
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store