W.A.S.P. frontman Blackie Lawless was infamous for raunchy lyrics and an outrageous stage show. Now the onetime shock-rocker has got religion — and a new album. Jack Feerick wonders: How bad can it be?
What is noetic science, why is everyone talking about it, and how does it relate to some of the most obnoxious new age hooey to separate people from their paychecks this decade? Jack Feerick knows, and he isn’t afraid to tell us.
Dan Brown is the best-selling author in history, and has millions of fans. If you are one of them, do yourself a favor; donÁ¢€™t read this weekÁ¢€™s How Bad Can It Be?, because it will only make you sad.
The Dio-era lineup of Black Sabbath is back together and rockin’ again with a new album. They’re calling themselves Heaven & Hell, and in his latest How Bad Can It Be?, Jack Feerick discovers which side wins out.