Why Aren’t Concerts Safe Anymore?

I work at a concert venue. This venue has hosted many country artists before. This venue was where I saw Christina Grimmie, six years ago, before her passing last June. This venue is a home to me. I have been to Las Vegas multiple times. […]

Shoutout to My X’s

Here’s a shoutout and a farewell to those X’s on my hands.

An Alteration Needed For Concert Venues

I want to be safe at concert venues, not worry about what could happen around me.

“Save Me, Kurt Cobain”: Book Review

Music makes an impact on everyone, and this is definitely the case for Nico Cavan, the main character in Save Me, Kurt Cobain.

Feelin’ It With Delta Deep

I saw Delta Deep last night in Northampton, where I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity I thought would never happen.

Rivers & Rust: You HAVE to Check Them Out

So, I went to a bar last night. Okay fine, I went to a concert at a bar last night.

Book Review: “Love Letters to the Dead” by Ava Dellaira

I recently finished my first book of the year (actually, that’s a lie, I read “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” but decided not to review it) and I decided I needed to write something up about it. Love Letters to the Dead by […]

“The Honesty Epidemic” RE: The 5SOS Article

I’m not particularly a fan of the band 5 Seconds of Summer. I’ve seen them twice, but not on purpose. I went to a One Direction concert in 2014 when they opened and I saw them at Jingle Ball Boston, also in 2014, which you […]

Why Concert Venues Need More Security

Last month on November 13th, terrorists opened fire on an Eagles of Death Metal concert in Paris, killing many people and injuring many, many more. As a concert enthusiast, the thought of this happening to me in Boston scares me immensely. You see, I’ve been […]

One Direction’s “Made in the A.M.”: Album Review

With the pressure of this being their first album without Zayn Malik and the last album before their break, One Direction’s Made in the A.M. was expected to succeed. And it does.  Even without Malik’s smooth voice and high notes, the band does surprisingly well without him. […]