Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" is usually considered one of the best rock songs ever.

If you like classical music, here's a discovery I made recently: Freegal, the public library downloading service, apparently has all nine Beethoven symphonies, as recorded by conductor George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestr

Tylenol is a fine, effective painkiller — if taken in moderate doses.

The NSA, which still has a few rules that ban it from collecting every email message in America, has figured out how to evade the rules by collecting the messages overseas.

I love history books, even thick heavily-footnoted academic histories published by university presses, but few books can make the past come alive as vividly as a good historical novel. Here are some of my favorites:

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the nominees for its class of 2014, and it's a strong and varied group: the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Chic, Deep Purple, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Kiss, LL Cool J., The Meters, Nirvana, N.W.A,

As you drive around town, you've probably noticed Dennis Murray Jr.'s campaign signs for his race for the city commission, featuring the number "2018" prominently displayed. 

An elected official making an apparently absurd decision sounds like the ultimate "dog bites man" story — something so common it scarcely qualifies as news.

The Sandusky Library has released the trailer for the library's new 30-minute movie about music at Cedar Point about 100 years ago. I think the band is playing the "Cedar Point March."

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