Brooklyn, N.Y. trio-turned-quartet Heaven’s Jail’s forthcoming album, Widow’s Work (due for release May 6), will most certainly follow the path of its predecessor, 2014’s Ace Called Zero,
in terms of its widespread critical praise.
This animal-themed fiesta is the annual
fundraiser for the Tristate Noah Project, a no-kill rescue with the
ultimate goal of becoming the first free-roaming sanctuary in the
Tristate for farm and domestic animals.
Pujol is a restless, uncommonly curious guy. The rural Tennessee native
who now calls Nashville home has immersed himself in a whirlwind of
activity since debuting his slanted Rock & Roll outfit Pujol in
The show is not easy to watch: American Idiot
takes a hard, cynical look at jaded youth who struggle with the
expectations of the American Dream and come to epitomize a generation
that failed to launch.
“Wohali,” the newest work by Exhale Dance
Tribe’s artistic directors Missy Lay Zimmer and Andrew Hubbard, is also
a Cherokee word for eagle, and the culmination so far of the pair’s
ongoing collaboration with New Zealand’s Okareka Dance Company.