Fifty years ago this week, the Beatles ushered in a new era in pop music and youth culture when they made their first live appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. While the four lads from Liverpool were still mostly unknown to Americans in 1964, they were already the most hyped rock and roll band in U.S ... More >>
They are questions that have been on the mind of every Blues fan. Was David Backes in that Netflix movie I just watched? Which French intellectual does Darren Pang remind me of? Why does Jaroslav Halak make me want to smoke meth? Well, don't worry, because Daily RFT has figured it out for you. H ... More >>
Bonnaroo is an entirely different world, one where the air always smells of weed and the people you encounter share any kind of resources they have, the way we were taught as children but adults seldom practice. People were kind. Musicians were gracious. Deep-fried oreos were a reality.
Oh, sure. I could have gone with a picture of Russel Crowe or Kirk Douglas here, but I like to think you all expect a little more thought put into the joke pictures we use here at the RFT. A funny thing came on the newsfeed on my sidebar the other night. I was just typing away, trying to get some ... More >>
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Red Dawn: Collector's Edition
Edward Norton plays a twisted hero in Down in the Valley
The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
Washington U. honors the playwright formerly known as Tom
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The tragic story of caver Floyd Collins makes for an unlikely but entertaining and touching musical