“We just keep exploring. I guess if you stop, then you’re done. Art is like, you just keep searching. So we have fun with it.”
Kings Road Brewing lands in a ‘dry’ town and finds a community eager to gather and enjoy some beer.
“I started thinking, ‘Maybe I belong in the kitchen.’ I was enjoying my day better even when I was doing something that was much more tedious and arduous and paid less.”
America should not even be talking about child safety rules in dangerous workplaces—it’s shameful to have any children working there.
“This is the only organization I know that actually stands out on the street corner or goes to a place and puts books in the hands of the readers. It’s the connection of the book and the person who is actually gonna read it.”
“In 2003, I went to a music store on Sunset Boulevard. I picked up a couple things and then saw Bruce Springsteen’s Greatest Hits and I’m like, ‘Am I really gonna do this?’ I bought it and it wasn’t until I was 3,000 miles aways that I finally understood ‘Thunder Road.’”
“We want to help people on the journey to self-sufficiency. The nature of that is we’re putting ourselves out of business. We want a world full of people who know how to make bread.”
“I had to swallow the big gigantic pill of that maybe, just maybe, I might be an asshole, too.”
Guster comes to Jersey on April 6; Drummer Brian Rosenworcel on the band’s 30-year run, Twitter, new music and more.
On Saturday, April 1, at the Trinity Church in Asbury Park, SOMA will be celebrating the release of their record Shiva / Shakti as they headline an immersive event featuring musicians and live projectionists alike.
“Regardless of who you are, or your skill-level, skateboarding is going to give you fulfillment and happiness. You’re gonna make friends, you’re not gonna be sitting on the couch on your phone, doing nothing.”
Kerri Schlottman will discuss her debut novel, Tell Me One Thing, at Watchung Books in Montclair on March 30.