Flogging Molly Show Review

Flogging Molly Show Review
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I love Flogging Molly. I love their music, and I used to love their live shows. Unfortunately, I think that they’ve just given way to popular demand to continue playing medium-sized venues. … read more

The Aggrolites w/ Fews & Two and The Upstarts

The Aggrolites w/ Fews & Two and The Upstarts
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Ska shows will never cease to be incredibly amusing. No matter what bands are playing, ska kids are quite possibly the most enthusiastic crowds to exist. They might also be the most positive. When I arrived, The Upstarts were on stage, and a lively group of high-school-aged kids were assembled in front of the stage dancing their goofy little hearts out. … read more

Brother Ali

Brother Ali
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This night was the most crowded that I have ever seen at Kilby Court. I showed up around seven and the tiny venue was already jammed with every snow-bro, hipster-in-training and 18-20-year-old lacking a fake ID. Not surprisingly, the show was sold out that night. … read more

Block 8
Monolith Festival

Monolith Festival
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The party started in the parking lot, and for two days it never ended. Within seconds of parking we were bombarded with offers for every flavor of drug imaginable. Acid? Ketamine? Molly? Spicy Bloody Marys? … read more

Dew Tour Opening Party at the Jibyard

Dew Tour Opening Party at the Jibyard
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On Thursday, Jan., 14th The Jib Yard got the Winter Dew Tour started with a bang at their opening party.  For one night the Jib Yard transformed the indoor terrain park into something that resembled a warehouse party.  Grant Avenue was closed down and if it hadn’t been for the misty weather the night may have taken on more of a block party atmosphere. When I arrived around 10 p.m. the place was jammed, but the bar tenders kept the service fairly speedy despite the size of the crowd. … read more

Review: American Blackout

Review: American Blackout
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American Blackout Ian Inaba Disinformation Street: 10.10 What’s scarier to the leaders of our government than a strong democratic black woman who isn’t afraid to ask difficult questions? Answer: A

Review: So This Is Reading? Life On the Road With the Unseen

Review: So This Is Reading? Life On the Road With...
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So This Is Reading? Life On the Road With the Unseen (Audio Book) Tripp Underwood Hopeless Records Street: 10.10 So This Is Reading traces the history of the Unseen from

Review: Wendy O William & The Plasmatics

Review: Wendy O William & The Plasmatics
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Wendy O William & The Plasmatics 10 Years of Revolutionary Rock & Roll MVD Street: 11.21.06 Wendy O Williams was unorthodox in the best way possible. She pushed the boundaries

Review: A Power Governments Cannot Suppress

Review: A Power Governments Cannot Suppress
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A Power Governments Cannot Suppress Howard Zinn City Lights Street: 12.01.06 Howard Zinn is a genius. A Power Governments Cannot Suppress will be the most enlightening and powerful thing that