• Bouncing Souls

    Bouncing Souls

    The Social, in Orlando, has been frequently offering two-night residencies to bands that can easily sell out the small venue. Booking the bill with big talent and odd packaging, these shows are usually a hot ticket and always memorable. For a holiday treat in December, Bouncing Souls were the band in big letters with hefty support from The Street Dogs, Whole Wheat Bread and World/Inferno Friendship Society. Jen Cray was there for the mayhem on night #2.

  • Say Goodbye to the Bad Guy

    As Saddam Hussein swung from the gallows today, Shelton Hull found that it placed a question mark, and not a period, at the end of the dictator’s grim legacy.

  • Rock En Espanol: The Latin Alternative Rock Explosion

    Rock En Espanol: The Latin Alternative Rock Explosion

    Chris Catania, like Rock En Espanol’s author, Ernesto Lechner, was slow to warm up to the emerging sounds of the Latin alt-rock movement, but both now agree that the bands profiled in these pages hint strongly at the future of popular music.

  • Going Shopping

    A struggling thrift shop owner turns to a loan shark after her boyfriend embezzles her money, but reunites with her annoying preteen daughter.

  • The Crisis Manager: Gerald R. Ford (1913-2006)

    Shelton Hull takes a last look at the legacy of President Gerald Ford and finds much to praise. Sadly, there is nary a pratfall in sight.

  • The Glass Family

    The Glass Family

    Sleep Inside This Wheel (I Eat). Review by Aaron Shaul.

  • I guess we invaded to get more dope.

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