Winter break has finally ended, and a new semester starts again. Whether you’re a new, returning, or study abroad student at Richmond, you’re probably getting used to waking up before noon, arriving to class (somewhat) on time, and adjusting to … Continue reading Editor’s Letter: Thank You, Richmond Free Press
Despite being named as the new kid in the block Charlie Worsham has been around long before his second release with Warner Bros Records last year ‘Begining of Things’. A Berklee graduate and a music enthusiast Worsham believes in two … Continue reading “Love is a Great Thing and it’s Your Partnership in Life” In depth with Charlie Worsham
Dear Katie, I know this is going to be hard to believe but I am you from the year 2018. I know you are 14 years old right now, but it will take too long to explain how this letter is possible … Continue reading Katie Cole – A Letter To My Younger Self
Dave Grohl to present ‘Play’ a two part-mini documentary featuring a 23-minute composition written, filmed and played by Grohl. (Watch the trailer below) ‘Play’ will be released August 10th by Columbia on digital download and streaming platforms “Watching my … Continue reading Dave Grohl to Presents ‘Play’ A Two-Part Mini-Documentary
The annual Bluesfest is coming back to London this October to celebrate their 8thyear at the O2 with legendary alumni’s Van Morrison and Robert Plant. Launched in 2011, the annual fest became one of the largest festivals in Europe to … Continue reading Bring it on Home: BluesFest to Celebrate its 8th Year at the O2.
Image: Courtesy of @AmrTIP I come from a land of tall palm trees, where the Sahara dessert hoovers beneath, while the Mediterranean sea governs above and all in-between, Squeezed between two lands of ancient prime, one of the pyramids and the … Continue reading “Where I’m From”: A Riddle