Bono Is a Four-Letter Word

The University of Pennsylvania‘s founder, Benjamin Franklin, once said, “Either write things worthy reading; or do things worth the writing.” For its 248th commencement, the university had as its speaker a man who does both. “My name is Bono, and…

One-Believable

“You know how many people are here today?” Bono asked, looking out over the hundreds of people gathered on a sunny Sunday afternoon (May 16) on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall. “Well, I counted it. I’m a rock star who can count….

Proud to Be a Pain in the Arse

On Sunday (May 16) Bono spoke at a rally in Philadelphia that launched the One Campaign, a new effort to rally Americans to help fight global AIDS and poverty. U2log offers a transcription of Bono’s speech and photos from the…

Heart Of America Tour Documentary

U2log.com’s New York editor Chris Conroy recently attended a Tribeca Film Festival screening of the thirty-minute documentary Heart Of America, chronicling the December 2002 initiative by Bono and his DATA group to bring the message of the AIDS emergency and…

Love Does a Better Job

Cindy Trickel reports on the King Center’s Annual Salute to Greatness Awards Dinner for U2log.com.

Bono’s Journey of Equality

Not one to waste an opportunity, Bono turned a press conference intended to focus on his being honored by the King Center into a discussion about the global AIDS crisis with local and national media in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday…

Irish Film and TV Fete

Paul McGuiness, his wife Kathy Gilfillan, Bono, and Ali Hewson were among the celebrities who attended Eircom’s 2003 Irish Film and Television Awards, which took place in Dublin’s Burlington Hotel on Saturday 1st November. U2log.com’s Patrick Lynch reports with photographer…

Corbijn in SkellefteƄ

Anton Corbijn was received like a rock star when he gave a lecture in Skellefteå, Sweden, last Friday. The tall Dutch entered the room to a thunderous applause. But unlike a lot of super stars he was very modest.