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The Devil She Knew

Grandma was tough as nails. Generations later, a family discovers the reason why.

Blue Man’s Group

Yes, he has a 45-year-old gold record hanging in his bathroom. But the music that matters most to Bob Nave is the groove he’s laying down at his very next gig.

Off the Charts

It was the summer of 1967—the Summer of Love. Acid rock queen Grace Slick was belting out “White Rabbit,” the Beatles were making history with Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the streets of Haight-Ashbury were sw

Corn Belt Diplomacy

In the final days of World War II, a small Ohio town made peace with the enemy.

Blue Note

Marjean Wisby’s death didn’t close down the Blue Wisp, her 30-year-old jazz haven. But with her estate stuck in probate court, the famously laid-back club is hanging on by a riff and a prayer.