Music superfans Lois and Dennis have been attending concerts and befriending musicians since the ’70s. The couple shares their obsessive music fandom with the rest of the world in this quirky, charming documentary.
LeBron James abandons the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the fans are pretty ticked off. Will they get over it?
It’s just a comic, right? Wrong. Matthew Moyer examines this anthology from the celebrated fanzine Alter Ego, full of comics passion, knowledge and treasures.
Two Days In Terlingua. Review by James Mann.
Pathological (Independent). Review by Christopher Long.
Shakespear’s fluffiest play presented “in the Park.”
Live music is making a come back. Grace Potter is testing the socially distanced waters with a series of East Coast solo shows.
April was National Poetry Month, but in 8th grade Language Arts, mastering the use of poetic devices isn’t necessarily the most important thing about the poetry unit.
Let The Bloody Moon Rise (Nervous Kid Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The Day Deserved (Drop Autumn Records). Review by James Mann.
Young and rising rapper loses his big break when he contracts a debilitating disease.
The early Nico Mastorakis giallo/sci-fi/comedy hybrid cult classic Death Has Blue Eyes looks great on Blu-ray.
Moonlight Gram. Review by Phil Bailey.