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I Melt With You

I'm a 90s baby. Put on a Third Eye Blind song or give me some Dave Matthews Band and I will be swimming in a pool of nostalgia. I know that there has been a resurgence of appreciation for 80s... Continue Reading →

Wrestlepalooza XX

Sunday was my boyfriend's birthday. I really suck at picking out birthday presents but I knew exactly what to get him this year and that was a ticket to Wrestlepalooza. Even if you don't like wrestling, Wretlepalooza is for you,... Continue Reading →

Baby, You Got One Chance And Legends Never Die

I own a pair of cowboy boots. I honestly don't know why, but I do and rarely wear them. Apparently, last night would have been a perfectly acceptable night to wear them out but I didn't know that as I... Continue Reading →

When the Moon is Full and the Wolves Howl in the Forest

Walking into The Fine Line on Wednesday night was a bit weird. For the first time since reopening after the shutdown, First Avenue is no longer requiring proof of vaccination or negative tests. Although this made getting in the door... Continue Reading →

Feed The Animals

I still remember the amount of excitement I felt when I bought my ticket to Girl Talk back in February of 2020. I also remember the heartbreak when the pandemic took hold of the live music industry and postponed the... Continue Reading →

Head To Toe In Hello Kitty Things

It was the name that drew me to my concert of choice on Monday night. I'm honestly not sure why but something about the way Slayyyter was spelled with three y's just really spoke to me? I'm not kidding there,... Continue Reading →

Those Summer Nights

Although I would never call myself a huge reggae fan or claim to know much about the scene, I will never turn down the chance to see a reggae concert live. There's just something about them that makes my heart... Continue Reading →

Someday This Will All Be Funny

Although there was really no line or wait to get into First Avenue on Sunday night, there was an undeniable sense of excitement in the air. It drifted from inside the club to the outside and, as I got through... Continue Reading →

Black Me Out

It was yet another weekend spent out of town for a bachelorette party and to say I was exhausted as I drove home on Sunday afternoon would be an understatement but I knew that regardless of how tired I was,... Continue Reading →

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