Django Reinhardt's name is practically synonymous with gypsy jazz. But Django should be the start—not the end—of your foray into this uniquely European spin on the music. Read more »

 

What do Langston Hughes, the '50s Beat writers and jazz critics have in common? They all like to write about jazz. This week, we'll take a look at that and more as we continue our ongoing series on jazz and the arts, with an hour-long look at the shared frontiers of jazz and literature. Read more »
 

 

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