Leigh Anita Fraser’s works of pen, ink and watercolor embody the spirit of the haunted season. Her hand drawn monsters are presented in such a detailed and endearing light that they seem to convey high fashion sensibilities and evoke affection all at once, removing any
If you’re a dog-loving Kathleen Hanna fan with a penchant for equality and the unknown, The Coathangers’ female dominated shows will forever change you.
The trio, hailing from Atlanta, released their fifth record, Nosebleed Weekend, earlier this year and are nearing the decade anniversary of their
Netflix has long been a pioneer in streaming past seasons of our favorite television shows. Since 2012, however, it has become a driving force in the original content market, garnering massive success with shows like “Orange is The New Black” and “House of Cards.” Here are 5 shows to distract you from all the other things that you need to accomplish.
With a career spanning over 40 years, American saxophonist Kenny G often finds himself the butt of a joke; “Saturday Night Live,” “South Park” and “Family Guy” have all taken turns making fun of the smooth jazz legend. But honestly, the joke’s on us. Not
Gothenburg, Sweden, seems to breed metal bands, but it’s hard to compare to the theatrical and twisted sideshow metal act Avatar. Band members Johannes Eckerström (lead vocals), Jonas "Kungen" Jarlsby (guitars), Tim Öhrström (guitars/backing vocals), Henrik Sandelin (bass/backing vocals) and John Alfredsson (drums) provide audiences
In the year I moved into my first apartment, post-divorce and unemployed, I spent a good six months living out my best impression of a college brah. Somehow, my small 10-unit apartment complex was stocked with plenty of twenty-somethings who seemed to never go to
Since 2006, Otherfest has held the stage for over 100 indie-label and unsigned bands from around the U.S., ranging in genres from blues to bluegrass to hip-hop, rock and every sub-genre in between. The 11th annual Otherfest keeps the rocking tradition alive with 18 music
Hey, boo. Spooky season has arrived with the one year anniversary issue of DIME. Curl up with our latest issue where we explore our worst nightmares.
Beyoncé started her career in 1997 with the Destiny’s Child single “No, No, No.” Nearly 20 years later, and she is still at the top of her game, selling out arenas and dominating the MTV Video Music Awards stage. With nearly two decades — and
In March, DIME and the MS Museum of Modern Art invited budding writers, journalists and storytellers to share their words with us for a chance to be published in DIME. The following submissions are the contest winners and other entries that we enjoyed. Winners of