POSTED // May 16,2013 - Seeing the Mariachi Divas onstage for the first time probably makes many people do a double-take. Not only is each of the 15 musicians female—rare in the male-dominated genre of mariachi music
POSTED // May 9,2013 - Sitting around a firepit at The Woodshed with local folk-punk five-piece Folk Hogan is comparable to gathering with a troop of grizzled fisherman to swap tall tales—it’s a type of storytelling where the line
POSTED // Apr 24,2013 - “I’d say this work chose me,” Cheryl Merz says of her ability to see dead people … and talk to them. A transplant from western New York state, she’s worked as a psychic in Utah for the past 15 years.
POSTED // Mar 28,2013 - It’s been a hell of a year for Max Pain & the Groovies. Since winning the band component of the 2012 City Weekly Music Awards, they’ve played a nationwide tour, welcomed new bassist Jordan Deveraux, gotten a clothing sponsorship
POSTED // Mar 14,2013 - “When you boil it down to its essence, Flogging Molly is all about playing music that is very real and organic, and playing it with all the piss and vinegar and passion you can in each note,” says guitarist Dennis Casey.
POSTED // Feb 20,2013 - Whether your relationship is on the rocks or your beloved pet has gone missing, sometimes you need the help of an adviser who relies on hunches or intuition to guide you and bring you comfort.
POSTED // Feb 14,2013 - When first learning how to ski, there’s usually more crashing than progression down the mountain. But once you find your balance (and can keep both skis going in the same direction), you can not only get down the hill
POSTED // Jan 24,2013 - Onstage, Jim Heath, aka The Reverend Horton Heat, is a big, bad rock & roller with a devious grin that’s slicker than his hair; his ear-blistering guitar-slinging abilities must have been earned