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MUSIC REVIEW: Mankind’s Remedy, Faceless

It's all Rock 'n' Roll, but Mankind's Remedy covers a lot of psychological and musical ground on Faceless.

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MUSIC REVIEW:
Mother Yeti, My Best Please

Mother Yeti’s second full length album My Best Please added a touch of chaotic, mystical, and ambitious indie rock to the music scene in early 2020. A project spearheaded by the relatively young band’s lead guitarist Bill Tracy, the record defines variety. From dreamy guitar solos to crisp, loud tracks that you can’t help but

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REVIEW: Lisa Hilton—
Chalkboard Destiny

Lisa Hilton’s critically acclaimed new album “Chalkboard Destiny” came out late in 2019. The record is a collaboration between herself on piano, JD Allen on tenor sax, Rudy Roysten on drums and Luques Curtis on bass. The combo, which feels more and more like a conversation with each track, features persistent percussive beats and free-flowing

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The Brisket, Egg & Cheese is the best breakfast sandwich in town—also the stealthiest.

I bristle at breakfast sandwiches over $5, so I was initially skeptical about a sandwich that was JUST egg and cheese, with an invitation to add a slab of brisket or a sausage patty for another $2.

The unadvertised Brisket, Egg & cheese sandwich is legendary, and not just because it's a limited edition; photo by

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Jane Hudson, recent paintings: an artists’ artist in our midst

“Our hearing of colours is so precise … Colour is a means of exerting a direct influence upon the soul. Colour is the keyboard. The eye is the hammer. The soul is the piano with its many strings. The artist is the hand that purposely sets the soul vibrating by means of this or that

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