Theophilus London kicked off “This Charming Tour” in Allston, MA. last Thursday at one of Boston’s more notorious locations for local undergrads. The volume of crowd was low, but morale was high. How high? As soon as Theophilus stepped on stage I almost got tackled by an overly excited fan with big X’s on the […]
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March 6th, 2009 No Comments
March 5th, 2009 7 Comments
One of the most influential people in music today is a man you’ve probably never heard of. Its not your fault if you haven’t, Mo B. has almost as many alias’ as he has artists under his wing, and he has successfully positioned himself as the Chicago Renaissance’s man behind-the-scenes. Mo. B aka Mo. Billionaire aka […]
February 18th, 2009 No Comments
On a vision quest to bring classic hat styles back into the mainstream with ‘vigor and purpose,’ Goorin Brothers Hatmakers have sent our newly appointed leader one of their signature fedoras, The Blake. Chosen for That One (presumably to be renamed, Lid One) Goorin kicked off their Great American Hat Campaign during the inauguration, asking folks to vote on […]
February 16th, 2009 No Comments
This night, This crowd, and This venue is what counts in the entertainment industry, or so they say. At Hartford’s Webster Theater, however, This was not Wale’s night. The February 5th show had me begging for a different night and definitely for a different crowd. The performance is best summed up by Wale sitting down at one point […]
February 2nd, 2009 No Comments
Boston public transportation is my least favorite way to travel but surprisingly it was not bad in getting us to our destination. Alicia and I decided on the Wine Expo on a whim. The walk from the T to the World Trade Center and the Seaport Hotel was typical New England–cold, but thankfully short. Past […]
January 20th, 2009 No Comments
From all of us here at The Retrospective, we’d like to say a warm “Hello!” to the 44th President of the United States of America.