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RRX: I’m so happy to be talking to you. CL: I’ve had 14 coffees so good luck to you. RRX: (Laughs) That’s a lot of coffee. CL: That’s lite for me. RRX: So you’re playing at Pauly’s Hotel in Albany, this Friday October 14th at 8pm. I don’t know if you’ve ever been to Pauly’s […]

Photos: Frankie Cavone 

Photography By: Tim Reidy  

When we think of the creative world, we think of the artists and the musicians, the writers and the sculptors. We might think of the venues, that cool club or the concert hall that’s the talk of the town, but there are other people out there who form the structure upon which the creative word […]

Photography By: Tim Reidy

One of the enduring mysteries of music, all art really, is that the performer exists and the person exists, and if you didn’t know both of them, you might not guess one would inhabit the same flesh and bone of the other. Art gives people a chance to step out of the confines of who […]

Vulnerability.  It’s a thing none of us are good at or want to be. It’s uncomfortable. It doesn’t feel natural. It’s a sign of weakness. We’re taught to bottle up our emotions and put on a strong face; suck it up, princess – somebody has it worse.  But just because somebody has it worse, doesn’t […]

Another grower friend of mine loves to cook and he is good at it. Once he got his indoor hydroponic system locked in, he had to figure out what to do with all of those buds. To the kitchen he went.  First, obviously, you must dry it. And then you grind it. The day I […]

Photos By: Tim Reidy  

What else would I write about in the October-issue?  Figured I’d get “Monster Mash” outta the way, right outta the casket. It’s the only Halloween record most people know or even care about and that’s a shame. There’s a lot of good ones. Aside from Christmas music, there are more Halloween tunes than all the […]

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