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There's a reason why I'm not a photographer Here's a nice thing to have happen in your town: A free acoustic Bruce Springsteen show, in the middle of a sunny day, with enough of a crowd that the…   Read Story »
Barack Obama and Jay-Z pretty much have each others' backs, so it's probably no surprise that Jay-Z filmed B.O. a campaign ad. You can watch it below. Just saying: presidential campaign TV ad…   Read Story »
Philadelphia's inaugural Made In America festival took place over the weekend, touting an eclectic Jay-Z-curated lineup of Pearl Jam, Skrillex, a reunited Run-D.M.C., D'Angelo, Dirty Projectors,…   Read Story »
Here's an ad from DJs For Obama, a group supporting Obama's reelection bid. I don't remember seeing so many DJs on that endorsement wishlist that leaked way back when, but clearly, in this regard,…   Read Story »
Last night, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon played host to the one guest who might potentially be more exciting than another Jawbox reunion: Barack Obama, the President of the United States of America.…   Read Story »
Last month, Barack Obama, the President of the United States Of America, sang a few bars of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" at the Apollo Theater and sounded fucking incredible. He should've maybe…   Read Story »
Barack Obama occasionally takes time to do some regular dude stuff, so while it's unlikely that he himself compiled this re-election campaign playlist on Spotify, it's feasible. Some mixed messages…   Read Story »
MTV reports that President Obama has "a wish list" of campaign supporters for his upcoming 2012 run for re-election and points to a document obtained by The Tennessean. The list includes, among…   Read Story »
Yesterday the United States found and killed al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden at a compound in Abbottabad. If you are like Vivian Girl Kickball Katy, you learned about it on Twitter. Or maybe,…   Read Story »
Back in February Bob Dylan performed “The Times They Are A-Changin’” for President Obama and the First Family as part of a celebration for music from the Civil Rights era. That was a while ago,…   Read Story »