Yellowcard, along with bands The Pink Spiders and Acceptance taught the audience what rock music is all about Monday night at the Intersection. Beginning the night was The Pink Spiders, a relatively new band starting from Tennessee. Instead of setting the stage for a night of good, solid music, the Pink Spiders put on a mediocre performance, proving that it takes more than good looks to win over a crowd. [ Read More... ]
For so long, I have heard the rants and raves about Big O’ Café’s Friday’s Special Cuban Dinner and their award-winning pizza. In some sort of bizarre way, I was almost avoiding going to Big O’ Café because of the excessive buzz surrounding it.
Perhaps you are like me and have come to dread romantic feelings as the equivalent of being tied to train tracks. Fear not, for I am more than happy to announce Laura Smit has given us her first book, “Loves Me, Loves Me Not.” It is not only a very readable and insightful look at an important subject, but also one of the best books by a Christian writer I’ve read in years.
It is almost unnerving at points to listen to something as wildly catchy as the music The Rocket Summer churns out if the listener were not too busy tapping their feet and resisting the near-overwhelming urge to dance. Avary’s latest album is done in his signature style — that is, an emo-tinged brand of piano pop which sounds like what ...
If a person were looking for a band that is both aurally and visually similar to Evanescence, then Flyleaf is the band for him. There is nothing quite like listening to a copycat artist for the first time, especially a copycat of a band that does not deserve to be copied in the first place.