Hilary Hughes is the Music Editor of the Village Voice. In addition to the Voice -- which has counted her a contributor since 2012 -- Hughes has written about music, film, television and entertainment for a handful of publications including Esquire, Rolling Stone, Elle, USA Today, Fuse, and Billboard. Her bread and butter is rock, folk, pop, and festival coverage. A Bostonian by birth and Brooklynite by choice, she got her start writing about the local music scene in her hometown for DigBoston before joining the alt weekly's staff as its Arts and Entertainment Editor from 2010-2012. Aerosmith's "Cryin'" is her go-to karaoke pick and she blames her regional bias for that.
3 days ago | Film and TV
Now that the year of Back to the Future anniversary celebrations is over and we can go back to just appreciating it whenever a marathon (of Parts I and II, at least) hits VH1, Huey Lewis's oh-so-Eighties anthems can be shelved for a second, too — ...
3 days ago | Pop
For the fools lacking common sense, cable, or both, let it be known that Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Doritos, Peyton Manning, Cam Newton, and the NFL are no match for Beyoncé. At Super Bowl 50, she not only succeeded in upstaging the halftime show's hea...
17 days ago | Pop
Ronda Rousey was awkward and stiff on Saturday Night Live, and Selena Gomez was even more awkward, but you know what? They had to work on a Saturday night in the middle of a blizzard and they couldn't take a cab home, you guys! Ronda and Selena ar...
19 days ago
20 days ago | Rock
I fell in like with Those Darlins while driving through Cambridge in 2009, when a then-friend asked me to play DJ and my fingers found the scratched case of their self-titled full-length in the well of her Nissan's passenger door. I judged a book ...
22 days ago