Zero hits New Hampshire with new (old) album
The hallmark of a good jam band is how well it plays with others, and Zero is a standout example. In fact, it may hold the record in the number of guests brought to the stage over many years and over 1,300 Continue reading “Well rounded”
Local music news & events
Nashville kitten: Country music rising star MaRynn Taylor is joined by local fave Dusty Gray for the first in a monthly series dubbed Nashville Newcomers. The singer-songwriter, whose first name is pronounced “Muh-rin,” moved to Music City in 2019 and serendipitously found her way at Continue reading “The Music Roundup 22/11/03”
Wendell & Wild (PG-13)
Voices of Lyric Ross, Angela Bassett.
As well as the voices of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as Wendell and Wild, respectively, two demons that find a human Hell Maiden, Kat (Ross), to help them visit the land of the living in this animated feature.
Kat Continue reading “At the Sofaplex 22/11/03”
Mamie Till-Mobley, mother of the murdered child Emmett Till, is the focus of Till, a close-up portrait of a woman’s rage and grief.
Mamie Bradley (Danielle Deadwyler), as Till-Mobley (who died in 2003) is known for most of the movie, is worried from the moment she sends her Continue reading “Till (PG-13)”
Shuna’s Journey, by Hayao Miyazaki (First Second, 160 pages)
At a glance, Shuna’s Journey feels like well-mapped territory for author and acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki. Originally published in 1983, the story about a prince who leaves his home on an ungulate steed for parts unknown bears a striking resemblance to Continue reading “Shuna’s Journey, by Hayao Miyazaki”
Brothertiger, Brothertiger (Satanic Panic Records)
If you were around in the late ’80s, you probably heard your share of corporate metrosexual chill-techno music by Tears For Fears, Scritti Politti, Spandau Ballet and all that junk, usually at the most inopportune times, like when you were stuck someplace where it was Continue reading “Album Reviews 22/11/03”
What to drink with each course of a hearty Italian meal
The crisp days of autumn call for a reunion of family and friends. Italians are well-practiced at family reunions over hours-long dinners, with multiple courses, accompanied by the appropriate wines, punctuated by short rests between the plates.
The gathering Continue reading “Wine pairing, Italian style”
It’s the week after Halloween, and you may be wondering why you would need a dessert recipe. Think of it as a way of reducing the amount of candy floating around your home. Alternatively, this recipe could go into your holiday planning file.
This recipe was created with caramel-filled chocolate Continue reading “Caramel-stuffed chocolate chip cookies”
Sergio Metes is the executive chef of Luna Bistro (254 N. Broadway, Salem, 458-2162, luna-bistro.com), a tapas and wine bar that opened in Salem’s Breckenridge Plaza on North Broadway in June. A New Hampshire native, Metes got his start in the restaurant industry working in southern Florida under acclaimed chef Continue reading “In the kitchen with Sergio Metes”
Bouillon Bistro now open in Milford
Scratch-made artisan soups, chowders and stews are the stars of the menu at Bouillon Bistro — formerly known as Wicked Pissah Chowdah, the eatery has found a new home on the Milford Oval, where it held a grand opening Oct. 7 just in time Continue reading “Soup’s on”