The anticipation started building the moment the final horn blew in Fort Worth last March. Seemingly playing on fumes after key injuries left them shorthanded, the Bluejays still pushed eventual national champion Kansas to the brink. It was a three-point game with under a minute to play before falling short in the NCAA Tournament. With […]
Some call him Derek. A few call him Dad. But most just call him Voodoo. Derek Everhart has always had an affinity for the abnormal. But now he specializes in it, selling a smorgasbord of skulls, stuffed animal heads and other finds at Voodoo’s Odd Shop on the corner of 13th and Martha Streets. “The […]
Walking into (drips) botanical elements is like walking through an enchanted forest. From floor to ceiling, the store is covered with hefty leaves, creeping vines and prickly cactus hairs, broken up by rocks and crystals sprinkled between the plants. Under beaming natural light, the scent of flowers and local handmade candles consume the air as […]
The Reader sat down with indie rock songstress Indigo De Souza to discuss her international tour, upcoming third album and imminent Maha Music Festival performance.
On Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, the smell of wood-fired pizza and fresh gyros plumed into the air as people walked (and in some cases rollerbladed) through the crowd for the Maha Music Festival’s return to Stinson Park. Car Seat Headrest made their Maha return Friday, sending beams of red, green and blue […]
Beaufield Berry-Fisher is expecting. She’s not pregnant, though some of the most creatively productive times of her life have coincided with pregnancy. Berry-Fisher and her husband Rob have three children. She was pregnant with her youngest, Georgia, in 2019 while writing Red Summer, the play about the lynching of Will Brown that had a wildly […]