Photographer David Ricci explores “the edge of chaos” — what happens when you crowd enough material into a space just near the line where it becomes completely incomprehensible — in his first photobook, "EDGE."
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow's concert billed as a “presale” event for a multi-faceted project that includes a live album and a documentary film, each of will be completed early next year. Fans at the concert will learn how they can register to purchase the materials directly from the artists and filmmakers.
Billy Keane is ready for another start, with a new album out last month, “Too Much to Let it Go,” that explores and expands his folk-meets-indie-rock sound. He has a new band, Billy Keane and The Waking Dream, and played the No Depression Stage Friday night at FreshGrass.
Willi Carlisle knew his path would eventually lead to becoming a folk singer, but he was going to bring everything he picked up along the way.
A new art project unrolling this month wants to get people to think about the declining availability of drinkable water by making the signs visible, using the unexpected medium of roadside billboards.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, legal scholar, author and journalist Linda Greenhouse will discuss the question of “Does the Supreme Court Have a Future?” with Nikolas Bowie, an assistant professor of law at Harvard Law School as part of The Authors Guild's inaugural Words, Ideas and Tinkers Festival.