Robert Cass lives in Chicago. For Popdose he's written under the Sugar Water, Bootleg City, and Box Office Flashback banners, and in 2013 he spearheaded 'Face Time, a collaboration with Jeff Giles and Mike Heyliger.
The incarcerated mayor of Bootleg City was deeply disappointed to hear that HarperCollins has canceled the publication of Billy Joel’s memoir, The Book of Joel, but a 1976 bootleg of the Piano Man in New York City has helped ease his pain.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark doesn’t officially open until March 15, but it’s already been slammed with some of the worst reviews in Broadway history. Luckily, Robert Cass is here to provide director Julie Taymor and her collaborators with a list of suggestions for a creative overhaul.
Music-derived chills, or “skin orgasms,” are experienced by certain personality types, especially during the holidays. Robert Cass goes up close and waaaay too personal to introduce readers to this phenomenon.
U.S. airports will soon be selling more alcohol to raise revenue for cash-strapped local governments, while airlines continue to charge fees for checked baggage and other services. Investigative reporter Robert Cass pretends to be outraged, then drinks.