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.