The distinctive sound of a fife and drum corps can be heard up to a mile away.
Mark Lingenfelter prepares to direct the musical version of a childhood favorite, Little Women, at Pit & Balcony Theatre.
Peter Karoly reviews the latest albums by Orpheum Bell and Musique Noire.
To the uninitiated, poetry can look a lot like magic, a quasi-mystical product of pure inspiration. Let's look again.
She's just a typical 17-year-old, fun-loving girl, but Melody C. Miller is also the creator of award-winning films and the youngest filmmaker with works at the 2009 Riverside Saginaw Film Festival.
Published as part of Binge Press’s Bite Marks Series, a series that spotlights violence against women, Chey Davis's chapbook titled Collection opens with an introduction from the author, which begins: "This book is about words. Words used for naming, for laying blame, for reclaiming life and dismembered limbs."