Devine Carama, 16 Bars For Breonna

Death of Breonna Taylor inspired local artist to write song a day on racism, injustice

On July 19, Carama launched “16 Bars For Breonna” on his SoundCloud page with the intent of releasing a new verse or song each day about Breonna Taylor’s case until she received justice.

dark moon hollow, covid-19, cosmic charlie's

The Show Must Go On

While all of us have been affected in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic, musical artists and owners/employees of the venues that host them are among those who are certainly feeling a strain – and in many cases, an abrupt halt – to their day-to-day lives and revenue streams.

Hoot and holler for poetry

For the last eight and a half years Lexington’s literary community has hooted and hollered at Al’s Bar as part of their monthly Holler Poets Series, curated by local poet and conservationist Eric Scott Sutherland. The series, which first began as an outlet for Sutherland’s politically-charged poetry has blossomed into a jumping off point for many of the area’s most clever minds.