Yellowcard’s fans hugged each other close and not just because it was unseasonably chilly for a Texas “autumn.” Tonight, everyone at Austin’s Historic Scoot Inn was inching closer to their friends and fan-family as they celebrated the bittersweet ending of an era.
Author Archive: Caitlin
I like vegetables, le Français, grammar, and writing nonfiction. Not so big on fruit.
Due to low ticket sales, Midwest Music Festivals and Kansas Speedway pulled the plug this afternoon on the June 28 and 29 music event. For more information on the cancellation, visit www.kanrocksas.com. Check ground(ctrl)’s support page for information about refunds and refund statuses. CaitlinI like vegetables, le Français, grammar, and writing nonfiction. Not so big […]
There is little hipper than nostalgia. And that is all the intro you need to understand why Midcoast Station is sharing Strawberry Shortcake movie reviews with you today. You’re welcome. Berry Brick Road This DVD started off as pure disappointment. I tore off the cellophane eagerly, excited to reach the dazzling, sparkling film beneath. Unfortunately, […]
Between the Concrete & Clouds Tour: O Giant Man, White Girl, The Features and Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band
Sunday night I danced in the most carefree way, wondered what Ferris Bueller was doing on stage, swore I saw a better version of Kings of Leon and watched one of my favorite musicians play in a parking lot. One concert. Okay. Locals O Giant Man opened Sunday night’s show at Record Bar, one of […]
Party. After party. (Hotel lobby?) Walk of shame. Next Wednesday, drop the embarrassing stigma from that last step of your night and stumble home, heels in hand, with your head held high: Svedka Vodka has “shamelessly” declared July 27 National Walk of Shame Day. “Svedka Vodka wants to turn the Walk of Shame into a […]