Pirate Fest sets sail

For the past nine years, organizers have worked to make Pirate Fest bigger and better than the previous year, and they haven’t run out of ideas just yet. Read Full Story

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April Dates

J. Bliss and Ryan Van Genderen: will perform at Tavern on 4th April 1. Read More

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MIXER SCENE Downtown Greenville, April

Photos from downtown Greenville in April. Read More

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MIXER SCENE Downtown Greenville, March 2015

Photos from downtown Greenville in March. Read More

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Todd: Communication is key

Patricia Jackson, better known to me as Grandma, is a spectacular woman. Read More

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Baring it all

One of the top webcam performers isn’t too shy to bare it all, literally and figuratively, as he shared a glimpse into his journey in the adult entertainment industry and his complicated relationship with money, adoration from fans and issues with family all while living in Greenville. Read More

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No Brainer battles punk stigma

Oftentimes, the punk rock scene conjures up images of leather and spikes, dyed mohawks, sweat-soaked mosh pits, and defiant fists raised high in the air. Read More

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Checking in with Paleface

In a world where musical authenticity is constantly being called to question, anti-folk icon, Paleface, is as real as they get. Read More

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Spring break style

Spring Break … it’s so close you can almost taste it. Read More

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Songs to catch at Spazz Fest

Lonnie Walker — “Baby Man” This head bobbing boogie down tune features a fun, feverish, surf-punk pace and quirky lyrics. Read More

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March dates

Julie Scoggins and Burpie: will perform comedy at Tavern on 4th March 4. Read More

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Spazz Fest marks sixth year

The roots of Spazz Fest couldn’t be more punk rock — beginning with a guy who just wanted to hear some live music in Greenville and, after evading cops and dealing with noise violation fines, figured out a way to make it work. Read More

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MIXER SCENE Downtown Greenville, Feb. 2015

Photos from downtown Greenville in February. Read More

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‘Absent Fathers’ is perfection in simplicity

If album titles could speak of the wounded heart of an artist, Justin Townes Earl’s latest installment, “Absent Fathers,” would be screaming humbly from a Nashville rooftop. Read More

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Shop a man’s closet

Ladies, with the myriad of options for women to shop today, why on Earth would we want to shop a man’s closet? Read More

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Pirates enter new Godwin Era

A new Godwin era begins this month for East Carolina baseball. Read More

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City Jazz, Country Blues

If you’ve ever driven a back road around Greenville, Tarboro or Rocky Mount, you’ve no doubt seen old houses and churches, tobacco barns and work sheds in various states of repair along the side of the road. Read More

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Getting to know Cliff Godwin

Cliff Godwin played at East Carolina from 1998-2002 and is back in Greenville as the Pirates’ head baseball coach after many years as an assistant coach at different schools in the Southeast. Read More

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Why you should be watching 'The Challenge'

When Mixer editor Natalie Sayewich presented me with an opportunity to write about “The Challenge,” MTV’s long-running reality competition, I eagerly accepted and half-joked that she needed to save me a lot of space in the February issue. Read More