Operating as an all-ages music venue, art gallery, and DIY project incubator, the Division Avenue Arts Collective (DAAC) has had a difficult history.
Fall has arrived, which means it’s time for pumpkin beer and Oktoberfests. In order to get the most of out of the season, we wanted to determine which of these autumnal brews were our favorites. Which, of course, led to a blind taste test.
“Trifles”, Susan Glaspell’s 1916 one-act play regarded as a classic piece of first-wave feminist literature, is based on a true story of how two women protected a battered wife who murdered her husband by hiding evidence that otherwise went undetected by police.
It’s often said that suffering leads to great art, but the sheer amount of suffering that singer-songwriter Caitlin Cusack has endured in such a short span of time nearly surpasses what art can help anyone heal.
This fall, all around town (and some just a broom ride away) are spooky attractions to curdle your blood, raise your hair, and chill your spine. If you want to see something really scary, look no further than these activities that we’re just bats for.