Local vocalist Gemma Sugrue takes her musical passion to the stage at this weekend’s Guinness Cork Jazz Festival. CRYSTAL ANDERSON talks to her about an upcoming show in the 3Arena, her new band, and her blossoming vocal training business.Read More
Deep within the Rocky Mountains sits an iconic, small town locale, one hauntingly made for horror. Over four days, filmmakers, horror-enthusiasts and the casually curious alike gathered at the Stanley Hotel, excitedly gripping their seats in for more at the 2014 Stanley Film Festival.
Twenty-six horror films were shown throughout the immersive genre festival, highlighting the best in contemporary and classic horror while honoring visionaries and masters of the genre.
During the festival, 303 Magazine had an opportunity to sit down with this year’s Visionary Award recipient, SpectreVision. This trio of dynamic producers, Daniel Noah, Josh C. Waller and Elijah Wood, is taking strides in the evolving industry, pushing boundaries and changing the face of independent horror with films such as Cooties, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Open Windows and The Boy.Read More
CCM had the opportunity to sit down with Art Alexakis, lead singer of the 1990s rock band, Everclear, to talk about the music business, touring and even a little bit of food.
With several days worth of chants and placard waving, Jeffco high school students expressed opposition to oversight of the district's AP U.S. History course.
Students across Jeffco walked out of class to protest a resolution to review the Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) curriculum for five days in a row. Students from 14 of the district's 17 high schools took to sidewalks along major intersections waving posters in support of the AP U.S. History curriculum and characterized attempts to review it as censorship.Read More
A tattoo is often more than skin deep.
A-5272, a number forever inked upon Eva Schloss’s forearm, serves as a stark reminder of that.
Silent for years, Schloss now travels the world sharing her experiences of the Holocaust.Read More
While traveling the independent film festival circuit, Celentano, a rockabilly-clad man with family-inspired boxer tattoos, popped by Global Goods and Coffee Shop to talk about his work on Mark Kirkland’s silent short film “The Moving Picture Co. 1914” and his blossoming career in filmmaking.Read More
After five days in the midst of a devastating battle, Frank Dechant, among other members of his unit, were captured by Nazi soldiers, and faced with seemingly indefinite imprisonment.Read More