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Amped Up Downtown: First Friday in Thomasville

By Ursula Perano | Photography by Remi Escudie In the heart of downtown Thomasville, Georgia, a once barren piece of land has been transformed into an astounding amphitheater, and now serves as a center for the city’s up-and-coming creative district. Resembl...

Tallahassee Barbershoppers Will Celebrate the Beatles’ Legacy on June 10: The Long and Winding Road

There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung . . . It’s easy All you need is love The Capital Chordsmen barbershoppers have taken these lyrics to heart and plan to belt them out verbatim at their annual harmony ...

Navigating Voices: 30 Years of the Tallahassee Community Chorus

by Zachary Caronna Sometimes, the most extraordinary things hide away in the most ordinary places. L...

Wunderkind: Noah Barcio

“It was here that Noah discovered his favorite form of dance: the Vaganova method, which he ex...

No Two Alike

“The number one thing, I think, that controls the instrument is the design.” In walking...

The New 76ers Electric Grapevine: Don’t Buy Into the Hype

by Karl Sorne “We’ve already made it. All of us get to play music with people we love, a...

The Capital Chordsmen: Singing Barbershop Harmony for 50 Years, One Rehearsal at a Time

It was just before 7 p.m. when I arrived at First Presbyterian Church. I ascended the wide steps tow...

Don’t Worry, Vanilla, We Nailed It: Steve Leacock’s Miscellaneous Debris

” If you genuinely love and believe in what you’re doing, and you’re really good ...

Keeping the Culture: African Dance in Tallahassee

by Sarah Sörne with Jevelle Robinson I had the pleasure of first meeting the enigmatic Marcus Robin...

Irony Is a Dead Scene

An open letter to Tallahassee music. I love live sound. Absolutely and unequivocally love it. In eve...