Breton Novelli

Dancing on H Street

The queen of H Street rode a handcrafted chariot down the packed corridor to her final resting stop – the beer garden at Rock & Roll Hotel. A fashion show, reggae music, rock opera, food trucks and embellished cars shared the road for the H Street Festival this weekend, the neighborhood celebration attracted thousands of […]

Concert Review: The Mars Volta

From the moment they jumped onto the stage at Rams Head Live in Baltimore last week, The Mars Volta radiated energy. For those who aren’t familiar with the band, The Mars Volta became largely popular from their single “The Widow” off of their album “Frances the Mute” (Umvd Labels) in 2005, and have a new […]

Professor takes up unicycle on 40th birthday

When most men turn 40, they get a new sports car, or a trophy girlfriend. When Tim Clark, a professor in the Elliott School, turned 40, he got a new hobby. Proudly propped against a couch in his office, Clark’s blue Kris Holm unicycle epitomizes the creativity that he brings to his classroom every day. […]