Sony Music Entertainment gained approval for a $1.6 million tax incentive to move 50 jobs to Rutherford, New Jersey, rather than Long Island City, New York.
Go ahead, have an affair -- just make sure the roads are clear.
Pete Seeger, the folk singer who rallied audiences to social causes for more than six decades and inspired generations of musicians from Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary to Bruce Springsteen, has died. He was 94.
If Chris Christie is seen as a presidential contender, the eyes of Texas couldn’t find him.
It’s been a long time since Cadillac has been the subject of a love song.
Bruce Springsteen’s life has long been a mystery compared with his work. Peter Ames Carlin’s “Bruce” fixes that.
The past is always present at Toad’s Place, a popular destination in New Haven, Connecticut, near Yale University that has been a mainstay on the East Coast college music circuit for almost 40 years.
Isaiah Kacyvenski stood coatless in the celebrating crowd at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium and cried.
Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist known as the “Big Man” who had been a featured performer with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since the 1970s, has died. He was 69.
Bruce Springsteen sang “Dancing in the Dark” last night by himself with acoustic guitar, filling the Theater at Madison Square Garden with a soulful quiet.
"At some point Pete Seeger decided he'd be a walking, singing reminder of all of America's history."
- Bruce Springsteen on Jan 28, 2014
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