With so much content on the site (and, admittedly, some of it a bit inelegantly organized, stay tuned for changes in 2008), I feel that many of our monthly contributors are occasionally overlooked. To that end, I have selected one article from each of our stalwarts that I encourage you to check out….
I have a soft spot for this one, in part due to my work on Wetlands Preserved, coming to theaters in March (which Jesse worked on as well so this is not a totally misplaced plug)
This article generated more email than any other column on the site this year.
Another proposal worth considering.
Our only columnist to make me blush, although not with this piece.
Mike’s discovery of Win Butler’s high school yearbook entry provided quality phone fodder as well.
I like the way Mike blends his affection for the music of his youth (1960’s) with an eye and and a ear for contemporary developments.
Read this piece and send along your own list
Each month I’ll read Dan’s seek out Dan’s recommendations.
I’m going to offer a second suggestion from Dan, as this one is atypical of his monthly contributions but worth checking out.
Randy often offers an engaging mix of personal revelation and broader musical/social commentary.
Evan reviews films each month. While many of these have been blockbusters, this movie you may have missed.
Here’s hoping we’ll hear more from Rob in 2008.
I am always happy to offer up this Jammy-award winner’s perspective. You should check out her wedding column but I think this one best captures the spirit of her monthly efforts.
Here is Dan’s response to David’s column above.
Every month John offers thoughts on the greening of the music industry. They are well worth your time.
I enjoy Dave Vann’s images. He’ll be back with us in full force next year.
Now that primary season is underway, I’m hoping we’ll hear more from HeadCount.
Wherefore art thou, Taylor?