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Happenings 5/16/13

Happenings 5/16/13

THURSDAY 5.16 PUMP-A-PINT BLOOD DRIVE 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Downtown law offices and business once again will host the annual Pump-A-Pint blood drives. Beginning in 2005, law firms, legal groups and [...]

Hangout ’13: Kickoff the Party With Lotus

Hangout ’13: Kickoff the Party With Lotus

By Brett Hutchins Lotus is the rare band that can do funk festivals and electronic music festivals in consecutive weekends. They are as at home at 10,000-seat amphitheaters as they are in [...]

Hangout ’13: Projections on Love

Hangout ’13: Projections on Love

By Hana Frenette Just when the Dirty Projectors were on the cusp of being defined as an abstract, intricately arranged band, they released an album that discusses love as openly and as easy as a [...]

Hangout ’13: Less Ra Ra, More Riot

Hangout ’13: Less Ra Ra, More Riot

By Sarah McCartan Ra Ra Riot is perhaps best known for their chamber pop sound and sprawling stage performances. Unlike some bands who quickly rise only to all too soon disappear, the band has [...]

Hangout ’13: Sound the Alarm—Bloc Party is Back

Hangout ’13: Sound the Alarm—Bloc Party is Back

By Sarah McCartan If there is anywhere in the world that is rightly deserving of a standing ovation for continuously crafting some of the finest musicianship, it is the United Kingdom. British [...]

Ears & Fingers 5/16/13

Ears & Fingers 5/16/13

by Jason Leger Vampire Weekend – ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ I love Vampire Weekend. There, I said it. I think this has been a fact that a lot of people don’t expect from me. Based [...]

Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

Hangout ’13: One Last Splash

By Hana Frenette What originally started as Kim Deal’s side project from the Pixies turned into one of the most important and iconic bands of the early ‘90s. After several lineup changes and [...]

Hangout ’13: Put on Your Dance Pants

Hangout ’13: Put on Your Dance Pants

By Sarah McCartan If there’s one thing that I will rally my energy for at a music festival, no matter how hot or tired I become, even at the risk of having to be carried away at the end, it’s [...]

Hangout ’13: Just Following Along

Hangout ’13: Just Following Along

by Sarah McCartan & Joani Delezen There are those who use social media, there are those who abuse social media and then there are those that the IN staff has labeled as "follow-worthy" on [...]

Winners & Losers 5/16/13

Winners & Losers 5/16/13

WINNERS Ashton Hayward Pensacola’s mayor may be coming out of his political slump. For the first time in months, his press releases actually proclaim something worthwhile. Over six days, Hayward [...]

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