Yoni Wolf, frontman for Indie Folk
pranksters Why?, has never hesitated to indulge his rather fertile
imagination. But his band’s latest project, an EP titled Golden Ticket, takes things to a whole
Ironically, Welsh is now part of a rich
Reds broadcasting tradition that includes his dad’s favorite announcer,
Waite Hoyt — yet another surreal turn in a baseball career that
continues to defy expectations.
The Western & Southern Open, which has
taken place in one form or another in the Greater Cincinnati area since
1899, begins Saturday. For the arithmetically challenged, that’s 114
years, which makes it the oldest tennis tournament in the United States
still in its original city.
Schrader has had a long and often tumultuous career in movies. The 67-year-old
Michigan native began his obsession with cinema as a critic in the early 1970s,
one of the most creatively fertile periods in American movie history.
Kris Kristofferson has led a rich and
colorful life. And, at 76, he’s still going. Kristofferson’s latest album, Feeling Mortal,
is as soul-baring as anything he’s ever recorded, his craggy voice,
modest guitar strums and emotionally naked words as penetrating as
they’ve ever been.