I had the wondrous fortune to go with friends to see Adele last month. It was a life changing experience. Not just because we had Max Brenner beforehand. She’s the most down-to-earth performer I’ve ever seen, which is tremendous to … Continue reading Really Seeing Adele
Like many girls born in the 1980s, Sally Ride was the first contemporary trailblazing American woman whose name I learned in elementary school, several years after her historic 1983 mission to space. Knowing only one fact about her – that … Continue reading Ride, Sally Ride.
Last week Roger Waters paid a little visit to DC to perform “The Wall.” If you’re a huge Pink Floyd fan like myself, you HAVE to go see this show. It’s more than just a concert- it’s an … Continue reading ReR Recommends: Pink Floyd- The Wall
Looking for an excuse to drink heavily? It doesn’t need to be a special occasion to book a tour to ride the Charm City Pedal Mill, a 16 seat bike that takes you around to several bars in the Fells Point area. The bike comes from the traditional Fietcafes that are seen often in the Netherlands and Germany. For roughly $30 a person, this bike ride is quite the experience. Didn’t hit the gym before hitting the bar? No problem. You’ll get a workout from pedaling this baby over cobblestone to all of your destinations. In addition, there are no cover fees … Continue reading Pedal Party! Charm City Pedal Mill
Even though a week has passed since the festival ended, I’m still basking in the afterglow of Bonnaroo 2012. It’s absolutely impossible to explain the amazingness of the four day, five night, mind-blowing event that is ‘Roo. Instead of trying … Continue reading RER Recommends: Bonnaroo at a Glance
When you get a real figurehead of the 80s and an indie queen together, you get magic. David Byrne started out with Talking Heads and had a solo project which has, separately, involved people like Brian Eno and Fatboy Slim. Now, he’s collaborating with the wonderful and talented Annie Clark, AKA St. Vincent. They originally worked together on Dark Was The Night which involved other indie artists like Yeasayer and Bon Iver. You’re going to have to wait until September 11 to get your hands on their album Love This Giant but you can download “Who” free on their site for … Continue reading St. Vincent & David Byrne collaborate