Trent Dabbs had an interesting lament. He wondered, if Nashville wasn’t known as Music City, if it didn’t have such an enormous reputation as a musical mecca, would people pay more attention to the burgeoning-but-under-appreciated indie scene blossoming inside its borders?
Shane Hines loves mowing his lawn. No, it’s not a very “rock star” passion to hold, but he loves it just the same. It’s not so much the manual labor, or the steamy summer temperatures — he loves it because when he slices down that last row of overgrown grass, […]
Luis Dubuc didn’t like the view from the back of the stage. As the drummer for a metal band, he felt boxed in, beating out the same rhythms to the same monotonous songs over and over. He wanted a change.
The name isn’t an alias, it’s latitude. When he adopted his alternate handle, Mark Charles Heidinger, known also by Vandaveer, wasn’t simply seeking an alluring nickname that would ensnare playbill-gazing pedestrians. He wanted freedom.
Pop quiz. Which Australian band has the most No. 1 albums in The Land Down Under?
Driving one night, Victoria Patchen recalled seeing someone swerving on the road ahead of her. After slowing down to keep a safe distance, Patchen watched as the driver slammed into a guard rail. Patchen pulled over and rushed to the driver’s aid, eager to call for help. But the driver, […]
Despite a season-ending loss for the Arlington Hawks, a Pop Warner Division I Pee Wee football team, who fell to the Coal Oak Steelers, 34-18, in the Regional Championship game on Thanksgiving Day, the Hawks had plenty to be grateful for.
The Arlington Pop Warner Hawks PeeWee Division 1 Football Team (8-1) took one step closer to a chance at playing in a national championship game after a 26-6 victory against the North Carolina Mountaineers of Kings Mountain on November 11.
Pet Shop Boys, Constitution Hall, Saturday, Oct. 14, 8 p.m.