Music & Culture

Fish Food: 'SHORELUNCH With Nate P.' Teaches The Joys of Fishing And Cooking

When the COVID-19 pandemic took hold last year, people had to find new ways to stay connected. For some, that meant taking their weekly D&D nights virtual. For others, it meant bouncing around to different backyards to catch up with friends. And for Nate Pischke and Erik Sudheimer, it meant starting SHORELUNCH with Nate P., a YouTube fishing and cooking show that cast its first line in August of 2020. While they’d kicked around the idea for a while, it was the pandemic that allowed the pair to

Rail Drinks: Where to Get a Drink at All 37 Light Rail Stops

Despite what the comments section of every light-rail-related article would have you believe, people do in fact ride it. A lot of people, actually. Even after COVID-19 obliterated ridership rates, there were still around 30,000 average weekly rides between the Blue and Green Line in 2020, all adding up to 10.3 million total trips. Pre-pandemic, that number was more than twice as high. With so many folks taking the train each day, we have to assume that plenty of them are plenty thirsty—as in pa

Judas Priest Brings 50 Heavy Metal Years and Almost as Many Leather Jackets to the Armory

There are two things you need to know about Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford. One is that after 50 years of making heavy metal, his voice is still by far the single best instrument in the genre. And two: That man has a lot of leather jackets. Both Halford’s stunning vocal abilities and his impressive wardrobe were on full display during the Priest’s Thursday night show at the Armory. As part of the band’s 50 Heavy Metal Years tour, Halford and Co. (guitarists Richie Faulkner and Andy Sneap, d