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Found yourself sitting back to enjoy a Nonesuch album (or several) and looking for the perfect accoutrements to accompany it? Look no further than the brand-new, first-ever line of Nonesuch Records apparel and accessories available in the Nonesuch Store. To deck yourself out head to hand in hat, t-shirt, hoodie, and mug all adorned with that classic Nonesuch logo, head to the Nonesuch Store now.Read more|Journal Topics:NewsNewsMonday, November 30, 2015|0 commentsCyber Monday and Beyond: Nonesuch Store Anniversary Sale Continues with 15% Off CDs, LPs, DVDs, MP3s, FLAC
Happy Cyber Monday! The savings continue as the Nonesuch Store anniversary sale, which began last week, rolls into Cyber Monday and beyond, with all currently available CDs, LPs, DVDs, MP3s, and FLAC here at nonesuch.com (pre-orders excluded) 15% off the everyday low prices listed on the site; the sale discount will be show at checkout.Read more|Journal Topics:News Web/TechnologyNewsWednesday, June 17, 2015|0 comments
David Littlejohn, who taught journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, for 35 years, died at his home in Kensington, California, on June 4. He was 78. Littlejohn published some 400 works—reviews, profiles and critical essays—and 14 books in his lifetime. He also worked on the arts program Critic at Large, which aired on PBS stations across the United States. Nonesuch Records President Bob Hurwitz, who was a student of Littlejohn’s at Berkeley in 1971, offers this remembrance.Read more|Journal Topics:News StaffNewsFriday, May 22, 2015|0 comments
As part of its tenth-anniversary commemoration of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) has begun a ten-day, ten-home building blitz called Rebuilding America Street, in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity International's AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon. Nonesuch and Warner Bros. Records staff members are proud to join the Build-A-Thon from Memorial Day through its culmination on Saturday, May 30. In 2005, Nonesuch released the benefit album Our New Orleans, proceeds from which supported NOAHH's building of homes for Musicians' Village in New Orleans' Upper Ninth Ward.Read more|Journal Topics:News StaffNewsMonday, February 23, 2015|0 comments
Congratulations to Boyhood's Patricia Arquette, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards last night. The night before, Arquette had won the award for Best Supporting Actress at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, and Richard Linklater won for Best Director. Paul Thomas Anderson's film Inherent Vice received the Independent Spirit Awards' Robert Altman Award, given to one film’s director, casting director, and ensemble cast. The soundtracks to both films are available now on Nonesuch Records.