How a Texan violinist found her voice in Massachusetts and the strength to confront some of life's darkest lessons.
MAROULIS AND DEGARMO KEEP JEKYLL & HYDE AFLOAT
SIX PACKS AND DISCO BALLS: MAMMA MIA! AT NORTH SHORE MUSIC THEATRE
GUEST OP-ED: LAWRENCE AND THE NORTHERN FRONT
I know a homeless person who was told by a Beverly police officer to “go to Lynn.” In fact, he was even offered a one-way ride there. I met a couple from Saugus who lived under the Casey Bridge last summer. I asked them, “Why are you here?” They told me, “We are users but are trying to get back on our feet. The cops in Saugus wouldn’t let us stay camped out in the woods.”
COMMUTE OF THE LIVING DEAD: DOWNWARD DOG
TOUR DE FORCE: CASPIAN REFLECTS ON THEIR FIRST DECADE TOGETHER
The story of Caspian has unfolded on the streets of Beverly, Massachusetts and it is here they are throwing an anniversary show with songs placed in chronological order. Touring the places that have shaped Caspian, their three guitarists Philip Jamieson, Erin Burke-Moran, and Jonny Ashburn offered tempered nostalgia and how it inspires them to aim for another decade together.