Posts Tagged ‘Eric Johnson’

At Photoworks, Images of D.C. Food Trucks, Shabby Windows, and a Couple’s Intimate Moment

Some of these montages are too cliché, but others carry impressive weight.

Rodeos and Abandoned Landscapes at Annual Documentary Photo Exhibit

Frank Van Riper knows how to pick ‘em. The veteran photographer (and, full disclosure, my wedding photographer from more than a decade ago) has curated the sixth installment of the annual documentary photography exhibit at Glen Echo's Photoworks, “Mirror to the World.” As usual, the five photographers he’s tapped have all produced notable work.
Keith Hans, [...]

Jazz Setlist, January 5-11: Requiem for a Record Store

Honestly, folks, the best thing jazz fans can do this week is help the good people at Melody Records unload their inventory so they can walk away from their venerable store with something to show for it. Even when the city was flush with record retailers, Melody was far and away the best for jazz, [...]

Satch v. Coldplay: The (Video) Breakdown

According to the BBC, Coldplay has denied in a federal court that "Viva La Vida" was inspired by or originated from Joe Satriani's "If I Could Fly" off the 2004 album Is There Love In Space? (For the last time, Joe, no: astronauts can't love.) Satriani makes a decent living off the instrumental rock circuit [...]