Indeed, We Digress is already playing when we walk into the back room of the Hi Tone. Smaller, tighter, and denser than the main room, this is where the night’s newer acts play while the older bands take stage in the front. We feel the difference more than see it. In the back, the pit spills into the band, tallboys spill onto the crowd, and the lights are only occasionally on. None of these are bad things. The same energy that propels the crowd into one another also rushes people forward to pick up anyone who falls down. Everyone’s here to have fun, not to hurt others.
We didn’t make it to Cy Quarles’ Mr. BBQ & More before it closed for good, but we did find the chance to practice some barbecue anthropology.
"Memphis" is an evolving portrait of an American city’s people, places, creative energy, and how each shapes the others over time.
I often read that food is love, but it’s also memory. Such is the case with the burger shack of Murray Beach, New Brunswick, in the Canadian Maritimes.
Photos from Night Two of Noise Floor Weekend at the Worthen House, featuring Garbage Point, The Natural Disasters, Mickey Rickshaw, and more.
The College Point Pub Crawl photos always speak for themselves. We proudly present the photos from the 2014 CPC, plus plans for the 2015 edition!
The intrepid College Point Pub Crawl 2013 crew visited the College Point Yacht Club’s private bar, then crossed the neighborhood on buses, on foot, and in the bed of a pickup truck to enjoy a fantastic Sichuanese dinner at Little Pepper.