When the phones rang, they snapped up the old fashioned receivers. With gentle soothing tones they expertly dispatched lost and lonely alcoholics to meetings around New York City’s five boroughs and parts of Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island before slipping back into their whiplash, vocal-fried conversation.
Road Recovery—the program by sober, working musicians for at-risk teens—has been rock-steady for 18 years. Now, with the help of some Rock ‘n Roll legends they’ve released an album.
As Scott County battles a surge of HIV cases, Indiana Governor declares a state of emergency.
In a gloomy nightclub in New York City’s meat packing district, 360 young men and women are dancing like it’s 1999.