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A Chat With Bobcat Goldthwait, the Jean Renoir of Sicko Humornew

Goldthwait, who parlayed his wild-haired-screamer persona into a zillion comic-relief roles on screens big and small in the eighties, has spent this decade behind the camera. World's Greatest Dad, starring old friend Robin Williams, draws forth from the fertile manure of deviant practices some tender blossoms of understanding.
Boston Phoenix  |  Betsy Sherman  |  09-03-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Fifteen Years After Kurt Cobain's Death, Would-Be Nirvanas Share His Broken Crownnew

Ever since Kurt Cobain, Seattle's seminal grunge hero, shot himself in the head, slews of would-be successors to Nirvana's sonic throne have come and gone.
Phoenix New Times  |  Niki D'Andrea  |  04-08-2009  |  Music

Courtney's Family Cursenew

Kurt Cobain's wild widow comes from a long line of misbehaving mamas, as documented by a slew of books -- some new, some old.
Seattle Weekly  |  Tim Appelo  |  03-22-2006  |  Books

No Easy Way Outnew

Amid the lingering doubts about Elliott Smith's cause of death and the release of new merchandise, the question remains: would he have signed off on his long-awaited album?
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Kimberly Chun  |  10-13-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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