Archive for September, 2020

Past Issues

Voting

Voting With less than five weeks until the election, we answer some of the questions you may have about voting […]

Featured Content / Nightlife

Good to be King in the Queen City

Tom Petty tribute show at Rex Theatre stars locals Just a week after closing out a tour marking the 40th […]

Music This Week

The Music Roundup 20/10/01

Local music news & events • Cooling off: Singer, songwriter and ubiquitous talent Jennifer Mitchell performs a roll-in to the […]

Film Reviews

At the Sofaplex 20/10/01

* All In: The Fight for Democracy(PG-13) This documentary is a nice primer on the Voting Rights Act (its purpose […]

Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

Enola Holmes (PG-13)

Enola Holmes (PG-13) The 16-year-old little sister to Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes searches for their vanished mother in Enola Holmes, […]

Books

Billion Dollar Burger

Billion Dollar Burger, by Chase Purdy (Portfolio/Penguin, 236 pages) You don’t have to be vegan, or an animal-rights zealot, to […]

Albums / Pop

Album Reviews 20/10/01

U96 with Wolfgang Flür, Transhuman (Radikal Records) The march of 1980s Nintendo-techno continues, this time with a worthy-enough pair-up between […]

Drink

The many faces of chardonnay

Not all of these wines are buttery and oaky “ABC: anything but chardonnay!” We have all heard it — a […]

Drink / Food

Drinks with John Fladd: The Paisley Jane

The Paisley Jane At the risk of oversharing, it seems like when it comes to decision-making I have two settings: […]

Featured Content / Food / Q&A

In the kitchen with Dave Mielke

Dave Mielke of Amherst and his father Harold opened Smokehaus Barbecue (278 Route 101, Amherst, 249-5734, smokehausbbq.com) together in May […]

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