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The Allman Brothers Band's final show - 5 years ago last night!

Five years ago today, the Allman Brothers Band played their final show at the Beacon Theatre. You can order a CD of the final show right here. FIVE F'IN YEARS?? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I covered the…
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RIP Robert Hunter, one of the all-time great songwriters

Eyes of the World: An interview with Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter So very, very sad to hear that Robert Hunter has passed away. To honor the man, I present my 2015 (?) interview. An edited version ran on WSJ.com as part of a preview…

From the Archives: Tiny Archibald

This is one of my favorites. I feel very blessed to have been able to do the things I have in life. But many of the highlights are not the big-ticket items, the meetings with famous people or celebrities that others often ask about. It's the…
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From the archives: john Stockton

Another Slam Old School classic I'm thrilled to see rise from the vaults: a tribute to John Stockton when he had his number retired. I love reading these pieces and recalling the process of reporting and writing them. This one was especially…

Miracle on 33rd St.

A slam goodie from deep in the vaults: Bernard King's Xmas Day Massacre. I love it when I come across stories I literally have forgotten writing, especially when they are as much fun as this. I love Bernard, one of my all-time favorites to …

Double D -- Darryl Dawkins

A lot of people wrote me asking about Darryl Dawkins since I posted that picture of he and I. Tonight, my friend Alan DeZon told me he flew back from Shanghai to NY on Double D's plane. That all inspired me to dig this Slam feature out of…

Satisfying my hoops yearnings

If you prefer to read me in a more official capacity, this same thing is posted here: http://slamonline.com/links/12272005/ It is my account of one of the most red letter basketball nights I've ever had. Just superb all the way around. Tomorrow…