David Gilmour

Relatively few British were actually present in India during the era of British rule, but historian Sir David Gilmour wades in with his delightful, hefty study of those Brits. Read more


 He was still alive in 2001 when the documentary “ThePink Floyd & Syd Barrett Story” was produced, but Barrett wasn’t availableto tell his side. One of the tragedies of late ‘60s, he was a great talent whobecame rock’s proverbia.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

<p> Pink Floyd's 1973 album, <em>The Dark Side of the Moon</em>, catapulted what had been a relatively obscure progressive rock band into the upper echelons of the charts. Few of the group's new fans had ever heard of their founding member, Syd B.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

World War II ushered in the Atomic Age and the Cold War, but it also had a profound impact on the arts and creative practice. With the advent of portable, 35-millimeter cameras, for the first time photojournalists on battlefields and Read more

Today in Milwaukee

In 1989, when directorSpike Lee’s explosive Do the Right Thingcame out, my wife an New York Daily News ,A&E Feature Read more

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