Award-winning journalist who pioneered investigative travel reporting, ShortEscapes.net publisher, No Depression music columnist. Formerly at USA Today.

Compromised credentials still the culprit in many data breaches

thirdcertainty.com — Despite using various cybersecurity defenses to protect against new exposures from cloud and mobile vectors, organizations are still reporting data breaches, including many caused by compromised credentials. The findings are part of Cloud Security Alliance's Identity Security Survey Report for which the nonprofit trade group polled 325 managers, C-level executives and staffers in the technology, ...

Punch Brothers, Edgar Meyer Made Lasting Impression on Parsonsfield

Punch Brothers, Edgar Meyer Made Lasting Impression on Parsonsfield
nodepression.com — It's a whirlwind year for Parsonsfield. The five members of the rowdy indie-folk band are on a lengthy tour through early August that will take them to 14 states and the prestigious Winnipeg Folk Festival before they release a second full-length album in the fall.

Lucinda Williams, Ryan Adams, Susan Gibson Changed Ali Holder's Life

Lucinda Williams, Ryan Adams, Susan Gibson Changed Ali Holder's Life
nodepression.com — Ali Holder's music has been described as a combination of Lucinda Williams and Ryan Adams, and the Austin-based singer-songwriter doesn't disagree. "I grew up listening to Janis Joplin and Willie Nelson, and they were really my first influences in music," says Holder, who was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, and earned a master's degree in art education at the University of Texas in Austin.

Martin Barre (Jethro Tull) Credits McCartney, the Nightriders

Martin Barre (Jethro Tull) Credits McCartney, the Nightriders
nodepression.com — Martin Barre wants to bring audiences back to the lively concerts of decades ago on his current U.S. spring tour. "I want to play gigs like they were in the early '70s and '80s - full of of energy and full of music," says the long-time Jethro Tull guitarist who heads to Hartford, Connecticut, Thursday (April 21) with his four-piece band on the fourth date of the 10-date tour.

Rising insulin costs pose big risk

Rising insulin costs pose big risk
countytimes.com — Rising insulin costs pose big risk - The high cost of insulin, which has risen by triple-digit percentages in the last five years, is endangering the lives of many diabetics who can't afford the price tag, say Connecticut physicians who treat diabetics.

Graham Parker Credits Fleetwood Mac with Biggest Influence

Graham Parker Credits Fleetwood Mac with Biggest Influence
nodepression.com — Releasing live albums, bootleg boxes, EPs, and full-length studio albums at a rapid pace in recent years, Graham Parker appears to be at the most prolific stage of his career. Nonetheless, he's not convinced he's done enough. "I don't think I've done half enough," he says.

Low-Income Diabetics Paying High Price For Insulin

c-hit.org — The high cost of insulin, which has risen by triple-digit percentages in the last five years, is endangering the lives of many diabetics who can't afford the price tag, say Connecticut physicians who treat diabetics. The doctors say that the out-of-pocket costs for insulin, ranging from $25 to upwards of $600 a month, depending on [...]

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs
nhregister.com — The high cost of insulin, which has risen by triple-digit percentages in the last five years, is endangering the lives of many diabetics who can't afford the price tag, say Connecticut physicians who treat diabetics.

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs
middletownpress.com — The high cost of insulin, which has risen by triple-digit percentages in the last five years, is endangering the lives of many diabetics who can't afford the price tag, say Connecticut physicians who treat diabetics.

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs

Low-income Connecticut diabetics struggle with rising insulin costs
registercitizen.com — The high cost of insulin, which has risen by triple-digit percentages in the last five years, is endangering the lives of many diabetics who can't afford the price tag, say Connecticut physicians who treat diabetics.
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Apr 18, 2016

The great @TullGuitarist has other highlights besides beloved @jethrotull according to @nodepression column here: bit.ly/1WBKRTr

Apr 05, 2016

There's beauty in the music of #EricAndersen who celebrates #AlbertCamus April 10 and 16. See @nodepression column: bit.ly/1XeDaAJ


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