Things We Love
April 1 at the Palace Theatre
Strange but true: Alive's Brian Lindamood introduced himself to his future wife because she was wearing a Morrissey T-shirt. Moz fans share a certain sulking appreciation for moody dance-pop - downbeat lyrics buoyed by an upbeat tempo. Download "Viva Hate" and "Bona Drag" and get ready to mope like it's 1989.
Two-Disc 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition
Did you know there were songs written and never used for this delightful Disney classic? You'll hear them - and all about them - among hours of supplemental material; Blu-ray buyers also get a look at an alternate ending.
185 N. High St., Downtown
Blackberry-flavored sangria plus exciting Latino and Spanish tapas - like citrusy ceviche and garlicky papas fritas - have landed Downtown in a sexy new setting.
Dunkin' Donuts coffee
It's smooth, rich and delicious, and East Coasters have been addicted to it for years. Now, at long last, it's available hot and fresh at the corner of High and Broad. Starbucks, watch your ass.
Danny McBride on HBO's "East Bound & Down"
Never has the F-bomb felt so authentic and appropriate. All hail the magnificent mullet that is Kenny Powers!
Experience the high of watching every game with your bracket in hand. Feel the low of watching Debbie from accounting win it all with picks based on team mascots.
Need a cool green morning? Check out the fantastic environmental links lassoed daily by the Nature Conservancy.
MSTRKRFT, "Fist of God"
Canadian electronica powered by the slickness of Daft Punk and the explosiveness of Justice. Who knew Canucks could even dance?