14 July 2021, 13:29 | Updated: 14 July 2021, 13:38
“It was the 1812. Conductor wanted cannons indoors. The hall fills with black smoke. Fire alarms go off, chaos ensues.”
The joyous unpredictability of live music has been missing from our lives
From the yard behind Southern Brewing Company, the sounds of fiddles and Southern twanged vocals spilled over into the parking lot on July 3. Walking into the backyard, people were met with food trucks, a variety of beers and American flags.
The Classic City American Music Festival hosted nine local
By happy coincidence, a sudden spate of wonderful Indian movies has become available online—two from New Directors/New Films, the classic “Duvidha” and the new film “Pebbles,” and, now on Netflix (by way of the New York Film Festival), another new movie, “The Disciple,” the second feature by Chaitanya Tamhane, who