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Ed Driscoll

Martin Scorsese's dark 1982 satire, 'The King of Comedy,' foreshadowed the Jussie Smollett story.
Tom Landry would have flipped his fedora if he knew: The gleaming new practice field for “America’s Team” is built on the aesthetic principles of century-old German socialist architecture.
The bad boys of British motoring return for a third season. Plus a look at how a BBC series wound up in Amazon's "Witness Protection Program."
Daltrey’s Thanks a Lot Mr. Kibblewhite is a flawed but fun look at the front man of the world’s most influential rock group.
New autobiography by Atlantic Records’ first female A&R executive reveals the lurid excesses of the music industry, but fails to explore its product’s influence on consumers.
A review of Nathan Abrams’ new book on the master filmmaker.
In honor of President Trump's pardon yesterday, a look back at Miles Davis' seminal jazz-rock fusion album recorded for a documentary on the the late heavyweight champ.
My 2003 interview with musician-author Allan Slutsky, who spearheaded the creation of the brilliant documentary of the Motown house band, now streaming on Amazon Prime.
My exclusive 2002 interview with the late electric guitar pioneer is now back online.