Ed Condran

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Ed Condran is a veteran entertainment and sports journalist who has contributed to Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, Stuff, Giant, St. Louis Magazine, Entrepreneur, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, The Oregonian, The Hartford Courant, The Village Voice, The Tampa Tribune and Asbury Park Press, among other fine publications. A feature Ed crafted started a feud between Conan O’Brien and Michael Bolton. He’s interviewed George Carlin 12 times. Steven Wright has suggested that Ed write a book about his myriad of entertainment experiences. Ed penned jokes for Bette Midler’s “Kiss My Brass” tour and toiled as a writer for a pair of sitcoms which failed to get past pilot stage. Ed lives with his wife, Welshie, four children, Jillian, Eddie, Milo and Jane, as well as their dog, Dodger, cats Soo Soo and Sagwa, and a bearded dragon to be named later.

October 17, 2017

Musicians

Max Weinberg: 'never know when Bruce will call'

The Boss was impressed by the way Max Weinberg embraced his Jersey roots and his drumsticks.

October 10, 2017

Guns N' Roses

Guns N' Roses: the last of the rock stars?

Opinion: Guns N' Roses, who played Sunday at a packed Wells Fargo Center, happen to be one of the last larger-than-life acts in rock.

October 6, 2017

Comedians

Lewis Black is back to storm the stage with comic fury

Lewis Black will talk politics, as expected, when the venerable comic performs tonight and tomorrow at the Borgata in Atlantic City and again on October 27 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center.

October 5, 2017

Comedians

French funnyman junks on-screen success for stand-up in the states

Stand-up comedy is akin to a drug.

October 4, 2017

Tom Petty

Roger McGuinn of the Byrds remembers Tom Petty

Whenever Tom Petty talked about who had the biggest impact on his music, the legendary rocker would say Roger McGuinn of the seminal Byrds.

October 2, 2017

Entertainment

YouTube made us famous! How Jake Miller and Jacob Sartorius got their start

The music industry has been crumbling since the turn of the century.

October 1, 2017

Comedians

Jim Jefferies says he's been to every city in America, so 'my opinion is valid'

Jim Jefferies doesn’t care what anyone thinks. Perhaps it's part of what makes the uncompromising Australian comic so appealing.

September 28, 2017

Musicians

Langhorne Slim finds himself with 'Lost At Last'

It will be a hometown concert of sorts for Langhorne Slim when he performs tonight at Union Transfer. The singer-songwriter, who hails from Langhorne, hence the colorful moniker, left the area 20 years ago for Brooklyn and is a Nashville resident these days.

September 26, 2017

Parenting

The worst parents in youth hockey; true stories from the ice

When a college friend detailed how the police were called to break up a brawl between a parent and a coach during a little league baseball game two summers ago in Delaware County, he laughed.

September 22, 2017

Celebrities

Kathleen Turner back on stage: 'I like to take chances'

Kathleen Turner still has it. The iconic 63-year old actress remains bold, amusing and still possesses that familiar voice that’s as smoky as Kentucky bourbon.

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