“In a telephone interview during the South by Southwest music festival Mr. Ward described music as a puzzle he’d been working on since his youth in a Los Angeles suburb. He spoke about his desire to balance dark moods and joyous elements in his music, about his love for Dante and Marvin Gaye, and about how delving into pop music history has become vital to his songwriting.” [. . .] –James C. McKinley Jr., The New York Times (April 1, 2012)
“Becoming recognized as one of the most dynamic football camps in the northwest, Dante’s Inferno will give your child great football skills, incredible encouragement and inspirational life lessons. Special guest, Dante Rosario, University of Oregon standout and current NFL tight end for the Carolina Panthers, helps the “See Ya Later” Foundation bring a football camp to life that kids from all socio-economic scenarios and athletic talent can find great hope in…This camp is available for boys and girls 3rd through 8th grade…” —SeeYaLater
“Live Music, Cabaret, Burlesque & Rock-n-Roll” —Dante’s Live
Contributed by Lisa Peterson (Bowdoin, ’07)
This Nike ad from a 1983 magazine shows Dante and Virgil in the Infernal circle of the Simonists, browsing for shoes.
Contributed by Dennis Looney