As someone who has rented part of their house, I would like to discuss legal cannabis use in regards to tenants rights, as well as landlord rights. When it comes to renting in legal cannabis states, all allow landlords to prevent smoking in rental units. That doesn't just apply to tobacco, but any other type of... Continue Reading →
This will be a new topic I cover from time to time as I expand what I know about the cannabis industry and spread my fingertips to try and support cannabis legalization nationwide. This may be a little rough at first as it's something I've spent lots of time discussing, but not much writing about.... Continue Reading →
It inspired in me something that I hadn’t felt in some time, like playing Donkey Kong Country for the first time.
This will be my first "end of the year" type post. Following this week will be my favourite video games, as well as my favourite television shows! Gorillaz – In Spring 2016, according to an interview on Beats One with Zane Lowe, Pusha T says he was contacted by Damon Albarn about a guest spot on his... Continue Reading →
Portugal. the Man had one of the best years of any alternative rock band in 2017. When they played at the Pageant in June, it was a solid show. Given that the band released their new album that week, it was a bit disappointing to not hear more new material. Whatever reason the band chose... Continue Reading →
AUCW returns to St. Louis for 2017 with a renewed sense of purpose. Not only will it be taking over a new venue, Delmar Hall, but it will also feature a more diverse set of bookings than the local festival has ever featured before. The first night of the festival will feature the best of... Continue Reading →
Firebird, St. Louis Note: I wanted to share my review of Twenty One Pilots from their 2012 show at the Firebird in St. Louis, MO. Seeing how far this band has come in just five years gives some perspective. Twenty One Pilots fully encompassed every inch of the Firebird on a cold Wednesday night in... Continue Reading →
Over the past few months, and particularly the past few weeks, I've noticed a new trend among new bands releasing albums and pitching them via Ticketmaster. It began as a bonus for buying tickets. As if the band appreciated you attending their show so much that they'd treat you to their new album free of charge.... Continue Reading →