Ahzia Hester brought heat to Gabe’s on Friday evening. (Header image via Alyssa Leicht)
Overall, Soccer Mommy earned the headline spot at Mission Creek Festival with their bright-sounding indie underpinning the deeper, darker meaning looming in the lyrics. Sometimes, Forever releases June 24th and can be pre-ordered through her website.
Ramona & the Sometimes gave a passionate performance at the Riverside Theater Saturday evening. Despite being six months pregnant, Ramona Muse Lambert, the lead singer, gave the performance her all.
The lights faded to blue as fog lingered in the theater and three silhouettes emerged to take their stations – Ryan Lott on the keyboard, Ian Chang on drums, and Rafiq Bhatia on guitar.
Beach Bunny had had their first performance of their tour at the Englert Theatre. The theater quickly filled with excited young bodies thrilled to see Beach Bunny live.
By The TechFire’s Chad Lieberman, Serena Collins and Crissa Toledo KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury sat in on the discussion with the TechFire contributors and Dr. Robert Cargill, an assistant professor in Judaism and Christianity as well as the Department of Classics, to discuss Google’s latest prototype called Project Glass. Project Glass looks to take smart phone technology and make it into a wearable device headed by Google’s X Labs where workers specializes in futuristic technologies including the possibility of a space elevator and self driving cars. Listen to the discussion below: [audio: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/35667540/TechFire%20Discussion%20-%20Google%20Glasses.mp3]