The fate of Canton’s slurred karaoke remains in the balance.
On Thursday, the dive bar Walt’s Inn pleaded guilty to a liquor license violation from November for offering karaoke without a live entertainment license.Read more
Craft brewing is in a sour state of mind.
As the India Pale Ale frenzy of recent years calms, sour beers have quickly become “one of the fast-growing styles for craft brewers,” according to Bart Watson, chief economist for the national trade group Brewers Association. A poll conducted in November reported 73 percent annual sales growth in the “Sour/American Wild Ale” category, according to Nielsen.Read more
Whether it’s a party, restaurant, event or just a trip down the store aisle, wine is everywhere. While it’s easy to know what seems good and bad to our tastebuds, it’s much more complicated to know why.
Luckily, we live in Maryland, where experts operate more than 60 wineries.Read more
Experimental rapper Kid Cudi and party-starting hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd will headline the fifth Trillectro Music Festival on Aug. 27 at Columbia’s Merriweather Post Pavilion, organizer DC to BC announced Wednesday.
Other performers include GoldLink, Lil Uzi Vert, Esta (of Soulection), Cousin Stizz and more. YesJulz, the Miami-based social-media personality, will once again host the event.Read more
Soon after Blink-182 stormed onto the San Diego scene in the 1990s, the pop-punk band came to define a generation raised on skateboarding, Capri Sun and "Dumb and Dumber." Now, there's only one original member remaining — and, two decades into his career, "it feels like a new beginning."Read more
Chris Brohawn and BJ Wheatley are big beer guys. They also have baseball card collections. For the longest time, these were two facts that lived apart from one another, operating on separate planes, never destined to meet and bear some unforeseen offspring.Read more