People spill out of seats, onto steps and out through the doorframe of the back room of the Manhattan Inn. Lights low, tables topped with candlelight, the dark wooden room is warm and intimate. The gorgeous white baby grand is in its usual position under the chandelier draped with cascading moss. But every Monday night in April, it shares the spotlight with instruments like the saxophone, violin, harp and drums, setting the stage for The Hum. Continue reading →
Golden-throated singer-songwriter Cassandra Jenkins offers this week’s mix. It’s extra long—to accommodate those feast comas. It’s a slow-burning ember of a playlist and a surefire digestive aid. Refill your and your favorite uncle’s pint glass and click on.