Here's a round-up of our week at Midnight Sun:
•••• The '80s were back this week. I caught up with members of old Baltimore hair-metal bands. See what they're up to (and what they look like now) here. The fun didn't stop there: Van Halen played Verizon Center, and Lexie Mountain wrote a review of the show. We took photos, too.
•••• Surprise! (Or not.) Kegasus is back.
•••• Towson's WTMD is moving to a new headquarters in Towson. Details here.
•••• Erik checked out the new Greene Turtle at McHenry Row. Read his review here.
•••• The excellent indie-rock band Cloud Nothings plays the Ottobar on Sunday. I interviewed lead singer Dylan Baldi about his band's new album and more. Read the story here.
•••• Midnight Sun alum Sam Sessa interviewed local singer-songwriter ellen cherry about her new album and working with Caleb Stine. Read the interview here.
•••• Mac Miller plays Patriot Center this weekend, and I tried to work out some feelings about the Pittsburgh rapper with my weekend pick.