• The Honda Civic Tour

    The Honda Civic Tour

    Brittany Sturges pulls on a pair of rain boots to check out the 2008 Honda Civic Tour at Philly’s Festival Pier, where she is once again surprised by the lineup.

  • The AP Tour

    The AP Tour

    Alternative Press Magazine’s third annual tour sold out its Orlando date as All Time Low, The Rocket Summer, and a trio of other Teen Beat worthy bands made the girls and boys in the audience swoon. Jen Cray stood back and watched it all unfold.

  • The Junior Varsity

    The Junior Varsity

    Cinematographic (Victory). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Thunderbirds Are Now!

    Thunderbirds Are Now!

    Make History (Frenchkiss). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Jarret Keene

    Jarret Keene

    Brittany Sturges talks with Las Vegas writer Jarret Keene about his new book, The Killers: Destiny Is Calling Me and his history with the band.

  • Bloc Party

    Bloc Party

    Bloc Party cancelled the rest of their US tour opening for Panic! At The Disco after drummer Matt Tong was hospitalized for treatment of a collapsed lung. Jen Cray managed to catch the band’s Orlando show, the night before the medical trauma.

  • Yellowcard

    Yellowcard

    Yellowcard saves the day on an otherwise uneventful night. Brittany Sturges was won over.

  • Panic! At The Disco

    Panic! At The Disco

    Just in time for Brittany Sturges’ 4th of July activities, Panic! at the Disco stopped in to Philly for a bit of action and to shake things up.

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