From Preacher-In-Training To Soul Singer, Paul Janeway Of St. Paul And The Broken Bones Discusses His Journey

The Lost Art Music Festival was founded in Atlanta during the pandemic by Jim Etheridge, and the inaugural event takes place June 12 at Fox Hall Resort in Douglasville.

A diverse lineup of Americana acts will perform, and the headliner is St. Paul and the Broken Bones. “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with the founder and lead singer of the band, Paul Janeway, about his soulful sound and latest music.

Interview Highlights

The story behind the band’s name:

“I actually didn’t come up with the name of the band. The bass player — who also co-founded the band

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Halston muse discusses working with the renowned designer of the Studio 54 era

Chris Royer was a “Halstonette,” one of the glossy squad of glamorous creatures who encircled the designer as he flitted through starry press events and Studio 54. But she also significantly contributed to his creativity behind the scenes. As the bingeworthy Netflix biopic continues to pique interest in the late designer, Royer shared her experiences during an Instagram Live with founder of VERYNewYork PR agency, R Scott French, and fashion historian Vivian Kelly.

“He liked me because I had a creative background,” said the former Pratt design student. “I knew what draping and pinning meant and I could stand for

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Chaim Bloom discusses MLB’s ‘entertainment value’ with Tony Massarotti

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – JULY 09: Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom takes a phone call during Summer Workouts at Fenway Park on July 09, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Does Major League Baseball have an entertainment problem? Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom believes the league could be trending in that direction.

Earlier this week, Bloom appeared on a podcast with 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Tony Massarotti. Among many topics, Mazz asked Bloom if he feels “the entertainment value of the game has taken a hit.”

“My short answer is yes,” Bloom replied. “And to expand on that a

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Star Wars superfan Gus Lopez discusses his rare collection of memorabilia

Probably no other film franchise in history has more merchandise and collectibles associated with it than Star Wars. And Star Wars collecting has become a competitive hobby all on its own. Especially for Gus Lopez, a longtime Amazon employee and the founder of The Star Wars Collectors Archive, the first website dedicated to collecting Star Wars memorabilia. Gus’ passion for Star Wars began when he saw A New Hope in 1977 as a child, and that love has fueled his fascination for all things Star Wars for the last four decades.

His collection, which fills every room in his

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