The sad tale of The Singing Nun and her joyful song about a saint.
None will ever forget. Some enjoy the anger more than others.
With just his guitar and harmonica, backed by a small group of singers behind him, Springsteen delivered his “prayer for our fallen brothers and sisters.” There was no bombast that night, just reverence and respect for the fallen.
Real people died on 9-11 and in the aftermath. Why can’t the media respect the privacy of its mourners, Popdose.com columnist Dw. Dunphy wonders.
Rescue Me had a knack for sucking you in with ridiculous antics between the guys in the firehouse, and then shoving a red hot poker into your windpipe with something so heartbreaking or heartfelt that you gasped for air each time you rewound the scene to watch it over again.
In light of the recent tragedy in Norway, Chris Holmes wonders what responsibility, if any, Christians bear for Anders Breivik’s crimes.
Rob Smith reflects on the meaning of 9/11 and muses on Everclear’s “The New York Times” in this week’s “Death by Power Ballad,” only at Popdose.