Victor D. Infante is a writer, editor and professional geek living in Worcester, Mass. He is the author of "City of Insomnia," from Write Bloody Publishing, the editor of "Radius: Poetry From the Center to the Edge," and an editor in the Lifestyles section of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.In his spare time, he ... Huh. He doesn't actually seem to HAVE any spare time. Never mind ...

18th April 2014


Confessions of 'this guy from Worcester': Howard Stern, Bam Margera and the art of bad reviews →

Some trifiling thoughts on being mentioned on ‘The Howard Stern Show” this week, and about giving bad reviews in general.

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17th April 2014


Excerpt from the forthcoming novel, 'Why We Should Suffer For This' →

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16th April 2014


Radius: Rachel McKibbens, Stevie Edwards, Emily O’Neill | →

We took a year off from the “Radius” signature feature, but can I say how happy I am to have it back? We start off our new series with Stevie Edwards, who introduces Rachel McKibbens and Emily O’Neill.

Tagged: Radiusstevie edwardsrachel mckibbensemily o'neill

13th April 2014

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New music roundup: Lykke Li, Galantis and lola demo →

In Friday’s new music roundup: Songs from Lykke Li, Galantis and lola demo.

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9th April 2014

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Worcester's Joslyn Fox finds her turning point on 'RuPaul's Drag Race' →

Today in Pop Culture Notebook, I talk to Joslyn Fox, of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

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8th April 2014


'There are no reasons': Geldof, Cobain, music and loss →

Today in Pop Culture Notebook, I examine my feelings about The Boomtown Rats and Nirvana.

Tagged: bob geldofpeaches geldofkurt cobainnirvanascott ricciutiCarl Rasmussendead-wrong

3rd April 2014


Delta Generators not horsing around on new album →

In today’ s Go section, Craig Semon listens to the latest from The Delta Generators before the band’s April 4 show at Beatnik’s.

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3rd April 2014


Coming to grips with Protean Collective's 'The Red and the Grey' →

Today in my What You’re Listening To column, I listen to the newest from Protean Collective before the band’s show tonight at Metal Thursday at Ralphs Rock Diner.

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2nd April 2014


Local musicians bid good-bye to Boston music scene fixture Anderson Lynne Mar →

I didn’t know Sans Nomenclature singer Anderson Lynne Mar, but watching the news of her passing unfold across Facebook has made it clear that something important has been lost.

Tagged: anderson lynne marsans nomenclatureerin rilesChlozapinesAnda VolleyTrey Holtonriver nevaWalter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys

2nd April 2014


'Firefly,' Marvel movies top Internet April Fool's hoaxes →

Today in Pop Culture Notebook: Don’t believe everything you read. Some days more than others.