Posts Tagged ‘Pearl and the Beard’

The Story of Pearl and the Beard

The best storytellers live in the moment, weaving together memories from the past with the surroundings of the present. But Pearl and the Beard are one step ahead of that, and they know that the stories they tell through song are always developing.  Same goes for the music: The folky Brooklyn three-piece played Red [...]

This Could Be Funny: Nothing Humorous About July 4!

Your next seven days should be filled with laughter. The following could help.
Friday, July 1: Pearl and the Beard at The Red Palace
There’s a really good stand up show at the State Theatre for only $5 that features some of D.C.’s finest, and on most nights, it would get this space, but Pearl and the [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Better Things Than Fireworks

Sadly, we were down on most of the new movies out this week (Transformers, Trollhunter, Page One), but John Turturro of all people has a gem. Matt Bevilacqua writes: "Eyes may roll at John Turturro’s claim that his new directorial effort is more 'musical adventure' than documentary, but one glimpse at its trailer shows that Passione [...]