New neuroscience study sets out to explain why in some respects music offers the same sort of pleasure as a really good thriller. The love affair between music and neuroscience just keeps going and going.
A conversation with the stand-up and actor (and writer/director/producer) about Louie and failure and money and burgers and Bill Clinton Originally published in the June/July 2011 issue In Louis's Infiniti
In January of 2010, Kesha Sebert, known as ‘Ke$ha’ debuted at number one on Billboard with her album, Animal. Her style is electro pop-y dance music: she alternates between rapping and singing, the choruses
If you’ve never been inside a “real” arcade, it could be hard to distinguish one from say, oh, a Dave & Buster’s. Authenticity is a hard nut to crack, but there are a few hallmarks of the video game arcade
You hear a click, like the sound of a light switch. Or a pencil being snapped. You’re facing away from it, looking straight ahead, just as you were instructed. The click and the searing pain you feel nearly
On January 20, 2013, sometime before 7:45PM, Lauren McCarthy sat down at a table. She was early. She always arrived early. Once she had a spot, she checked her setup. She kept the iPhone in her purse,
All day Sunday, police directed traffic around a blocked-off section of Boylston Street in downtown Boston where bombs had gone off nearly a week earlier, killing three and wounding hundreds. A makeshift