If you’re a bona fide hip-hop head, the two hours you’ll spend here may just be the most insightful experience you’ll have this entire year.
Lia Ices hits Boot & Saddle, Marilyn Manson plays the Electric Factory, and The Besnard Lakes have a treat in store at Underground Arts.
The Philly songstress is back after a four-year break — and better than ever.
The Indianapolis-based trio's traded in the negativity of that now-infamous surname for a tag that no one could front on—just like their funk-fortified music.
It’s totally possible that Michael Sam’s slowly but surely making queer people sports fans: learning rules, checking scores, researching his draft prospects, etc. But this week is his week (we’re hoping) to be the first openly gay NFL player drafted into the league. It’s pretty thrilling, actually, on par with Jason Collins’ openness and barrier [...]