Anne Vickman has always had a passion for music. She started her career by writing CD and show reviews in exchange for concert tickets
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This Portland brewery has a few suprises up its sleeve.
Handsome Furs’ third full-length record is pop-driven electro fusion.
We loved the video of guy dancing outside of the Pru, but street performer Snap Boogie is even more legit.
Yala’s Bridget Halter Dress might be the only sundress we buy this season.
New infrared technology could prevent pics and vids at concerts.
We hunt down the best (and worst) sprays to give your your ’do a wavy, just-left-the beach look.
We get some (rare) down time with local brewers Pretty Things.
Simone’s vocals are a well-tuned gateway to raw, emotive power.
Sparks fly on the latest album by the Wooden Birds.
Anne Vickman tastes new brews at this year’s ACBF
Will adding a few feathers to your locks make you look hip or ... hippie?
Folk singer/songwriter Aly Spaltro, the 21-year-old Maine native, describes her music as “dumpster chic.”
Allandale Farms is on the menu: from the baby farm green salad to the honey in the crème brulee.
Boston’s folk music darlings talk new music, Mexico, and winning over the masses.