Almost 52 years ago, a young housewife in southern Illinois set out on a mission – to help her kid brother’s band make it big in the states.
For a community that has long been known as Military City, USA, being “military friendly” just comes with the territory.
“Music and Mortar” brings together my two favorite subjects to shoot – live music and architecture. Presented by the St.
In a 23-minute conversation with Ottmar Liebert, we discussed everything from the glory days of radio to the weather in Santa Fe to men wearing lederhosen.
Oh, and music, too, of course.
There are certain expectations that come with a storied family name – often filled with anticipation and comparison.
Amid the hard hats, construction dust, and drone of equipment at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, there is an elegance that cannot be denied.
For decades, the St.
Preservation enthusiasts will gather March 27 to celebrate resurrected buildings once thought lost, and honor heroes who fought to keep precious heritage alive.
If the founder of the French Cultures Festival had his way, the people of South Texas would be thinking about the celebration all year long – not just in March.
The Aztec Theatre has seen its share of grandeur and glory during its 87-year history, but nothing like the new experience that will debut when the epic structure reopens in 2014.