The kurmudgeon khronicles

   kur mud - geon n [origin unknown] (1568):
   a krusty, ill-tempered, and usually old man;
   spelling kourtesy of Ed Leimbacher (2008)
Mark Twain

A Rekurring Nuisance by Alan Kurtz

Dec. 2, 2009:   The Great Frim Fram Mystery

Sept. 23, 2009:   No Big Macs for Jazz

June 2, 2009:   The Strange Case of Nat King Cole

April 22, 2009:   The Mexican Connection: Mingus & Welles

Mar. 16, 2009:   Jazz.com's New Expert Translator

Feb. 8, 2009:     Jazz's First Avant-Gardist

Jan. 25, 2009:    Milli-men March on Washington

Dec. 15, 2008:   Jazz.com's Best Visitor Comments of 2008

Nov. 27, 2008:   Jazz.com's First Annual Album Cover Awards

Nov. 26, 2008:   The Dozens: Twelve Turkeys for Thanksgiving

Nov. 15, 2008:   Billy Harper / Amiri Baraka: Africa Revisited

Sept. 24, 2008: Is Jazz More Popular Than Democracy?

Sept. 10, 2008: Television's Peter Gunn Turns 50

Sept. 2, 2008:   Hip Hop is to Jazz as Termitz R2 Wud

July 9, 2008:     Where Copyright Goes Wrong

July 2, 2008:     Buddy Bolden on the Holodeck

June 11, 2008:  Smooth Jazz Obits Are Premature

May 26, 2008:   Elvis and Jazz A Cautionary Tale

May 19, 2008:   How Bass Solos Ruined Jazz

May 14, 2008:   Jazz's New Gold Standard: More Bull Than Bullion

April 24, 2008:  Good Riddance to Record Stores