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Daryl P. Friedman's blog
"Innovation." Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines the word as "the introduction of something new." In our fast-paced society, the word is often associated with new technology.
I watched the ABC show about Nashville last week. No, not that one.
Life just got simpler for musicians flying with their instruments, and in some strange way, we have Amy Winehouse to thank for it.
Isn't it ironic?
It had been a while since the cops shut down one of my parties.
OK, decades, actually.
While we were on Capitol Hill July 26, the debt limit crisis was in full force. There was not a lot of glee to be found in Congress, but apparently, "Glee" fans were in no short supply.
After morning lobbying meetings, our group of record producers arrived in the room for our panel discussion.
Harvey Mason, Jr., Neal Avron, Tommy Sims, RedOne, Adam Anders.
Any of these names ring a bell? No?
OK, how about Jennifer Hudson, Fallout Boy, Jonny Lang, Lady Gaga, and a little TV show called “Glee?”
If you’ve heard of the latter, you should get to know the former.
We've all heard a lot about Nov. 2 and how it is considered a "wave" election — the term for sweeping change in Congress. Of course, a 60-plus seat swing in the House and change of party control is no small matter.
Two years ago, I traveled to one of the most dangerous spots in the world: Minneapolis/St. Paul.
OK, I'm not suggesting that the wonderful Twin Cities suffer from a high crime rate.