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Restaurant Review: Tasi Cafe

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Tasi Cafe

Even though it sits one block off of the main drag in the Short North, Tasi Cafe packs the house. It’s bustling, clamoring and busy, even when the High Street scene is sort of quiet… even before the noontime lunch hour officially starts. There are some reasons for that. First, Tasi Cafe has royal lineage. […]

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Concert Review: You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms, and Say Anything

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Review: You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms, and Say Anything

You Blew It!, The So So Glos, The Front Bottoms and Say Anything were the bands on the bill this Wednesday night at Newport Music Hall. The show started early in the evening and so did the mosh pit. Orlando punk band You Blew It! opened the show and the crowd went wild almost immediately. […]

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Concert Review: The Antlers

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: The Antlers

Last night, The Antlers delivered an extremely intimate set to the sold-out crowd at A&R Bar. The four piece band is comprised of two keyboards, a guitar, drum kit and two trumpets– Yes, a horn section. Their ambient sound fed the crowd images of lustful and tortured souls, eluding into dream-like melodies and faded vocals. […]

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Best Horror of the Last Decade Terrorizes Gateway Film Center

Hope Madden Hope Madden Best  Horror of the Last Decade Terrorizes Gateway Film Center

Each and every week, you can catch the newest in indie horror at the Gateway Film Center (1550 N. High St.), courtesy of their program Nightmares on High Street, the longest running horror series in the US. But if you’re looking for scares a little more tried and true, every so often, GFC appends the […]

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Concert Review: Shakey Graves

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: Shakey Graves

One-man band, Alejandro Rose-Garcia, also known as Shakey Graves, showcased his talent for old school folk and rock ‘n’ roll at Newport Music Hall on Monday night. The CD102.5 presented show brought a rowdy crowd to the venue that night, the entire floor level hootin’ and hollerin’ prior to Alejandro’s set. After recently playing Nelsonville […]

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Concert Review: Beck

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: Beck

Baby-faced Beck performed on The Outdoor LC’s stage Friday night, rounding up every bit of energy the 43 year-old possibly could. The man, a legend and 90s icon, drew from just about every influence, including: hip-hop, rock ‘n’ roll, folk, pop and rap. The LC was a melting pot. The set began with “Devil’s Haircut,” […]

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Restaurant Review: The Crafty Pint

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: The Crafty Pint

There’s a whole bunch of punnery happening with The Crafty Pint moniker. The destination’s emblem is a fox, and foxes are crafty in the sly-sense; so there’s that. Then there’s a menu that features craft beer. So, that’s another meaning for the term, “crafty”. But there’s more. It’s all crafty inside the establishment. Like, pinterest-inspired […]

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