From the MASS MoCA Blog: Curatorial intern Thomas Huston writes about the surprises in building and installing Izhar Patkin’s sprawling retrospective “The Wandering Veil” in MASS MoCA’s huge main gallery.
From ArtsTalk: Amy Biancolli has the low-down on Mike Campbell, the Albany High graduate who co-authored the Top 10 hit “Say Something” by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilara.
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy previews the Bill Morrison Film Festival, which runs through Saturday (January 18), at Time + Space Limited in Hudson.
From Long Story, Short: Wanda Callagy takes a look back at 2013 with her musical year in review.
From WAMC-FM: Jim Levulis chats with former hit heavy metal record producer Tom Werman (Motley Crue, Blue Oyster Cult, Poison, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, etc.), who now runs a bed & breakfast in Lenox.
From My Blog: Local 518 singer-songwriter Ashley Sofia writes about “Why I’m Proud of My Folk Rock Roots.”
From Chuck Miller: Photographer Chuck Miller offers a look at the Thaddeus Kosciusko Bridge (aka, the Twin Bridges) from a different angle…
From The New York Times: With “In Baraka, Inspiration Came With Provocation,” Questlove (of the Roots and beyond) reflects on Amira Baraka, who died last week.
From The Jewish Daily Forward: Seth Rogovoy’s story on “The Secret Jewish History of Bruce Springsteen.”