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Photo Courtesy of Spark Theatre Company Story by Toriana Williams / Contributing Writer Empowering. Out of several separate interviews, the word that recurred the most was “empowering” when talking about “The Vagina Monologues.” “The Vagina Monologues,” written by Eve Ensler in 1996, is an episodic play composed of 200 interviews of women and their experience …

Photo and story by Anthony Merriweather / Contributing Writer Lights were dimmed at Exit/In on Thursday night with light shining only on servers behind the bar and the instruments sitting on stage. Fans made their way into the venue after having their tickets scanned and ID’s checked, while bouncers near the entrance discussed a game …

Story by Megan Loveless / Contributing Writer In light of threats of defunding Planned Parenthood, some local Nashville rock bands are doing their part to show support for the program with a benefit concert at the Exit/In in Nashville on Saturday, March 25. The bands putting on the benefit include heavy rock ’n’ roll band Thelma …

On Wednesday, Exit/In was packed out by punk fans for the Nashville return of the beloved Modern Baseball alongside the band’s tour mates Joyce Manor and opener Thin Lips. Modern Baseball is fresh off the release of their third and latest LP, Holy Ghost. The Nashville show was the first stop of their summer tour across the U.S. …

J. Mascis, the singer and guitarist for early 90’s Massachusetts indie rock legends Dinosaur Jr., played at Nashville’s Exit/In on Wednesday night. Australian folk duo Luluc picked up another set in support of Mascis after the scheduled opener, former Broken Social Scene frontman Kevin Drew, cancelled his tour for personal reasons. Songs mostly came from the pair’s most recent …

By John Coulston Staff writer Rising local acts, moshing and rock ‘n’ roll—all for the price of a $3 ticket. This describes Red Bull Nashville’s Sound Select showcase that took place Friday night at Exit/In. The event featured performances by local acts JEFF The Brotherhood, Ri₵hie and Deluxin’. The night started with garage-punk outfit Deluxin’. …