From the album “With Zoot Sims”; Jutta Hipp (pno), Zoot Sims (T sax), Jerry Lloyd (tpt), Ahmaed Abdul-Malik (db), Ed Thigpen (dr). … read the full article
A flurry of interest in the reporting that may move the Cindy Yang massage parlor saga a step closer to the president
By RACHELKONING BEALS, NEWS EDITOR (MarketWatch)
With roots in environmental policy and human rights, the typical grist of Mother Jones, a periodical founded as a nonprofit in 1976, had long ago expanded to politics and crime.… read the full article
Europe’s “First Lady of Jazz” moved to New York in 1955, played for five more years, then disappeared — while royalty checks piled up with her record label.
In 1960, four years after the venerable Blue Note Records signed pianist Jutta Hipp to their label, she stopped performing music entirely.… read the full article