Too much voice, too little drums on The Drums’ new album, “Brutalism”
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Too much voice, too little drums on The Drums’ new album, “Brutalism”

When the lead singer of The Drums, Jonny Pierce, described waking up at 8 p.m. and performing at The Black Cat on May 12, he used the word…

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Nothing happens on “Nothing Happens”
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Nothing happens on “Nothing Happens”

After ten years of collaborating their talents, alternative rock band, Wallows, has finally released their first album titled, “Nothing Happens.” The band is made up of childhood friends…

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PAWS FOR ART: Here’s to Us.
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PAWS FOR ART: Here’s to Us.

Here’s to the kids who have panic attacks between classes      To the babies who laugh lightly unaware of the years of intentional, planned darkness crawling towards…

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The Perfect Date: the poor man’s lesson on being imperfect
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The Perfect Date: the poor man’s lesson on being imperfect

Teen romcoms aren’t really designed to earn critical accolades, and this film can reassure you of that. Netflix’s newly released film, “The Perfect Date,” exhibits the same morally…

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Jennifer Egan’s “Manhattan Beach” is full of choppy waters
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Jennifer Egan’s “Manhattan Beach” is full of choppy waters

Jennifer Egan can always be expected to impress her readers with her dazzling prose. Renowned for her creative experimentation with genre and form, Egan won the Pulitzer Prize…

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A commentary on the American outdoorsman: Bryan O’Neill’s “Violent Ends”
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A commentary on the American outdoorsman: Bryan O’Neill’s “Violent Ends”

Graduate Student Bryan O’Neill’s exhibit, “Violent Ends,“ may at first seem like a mash-up of Dr. Seuss and “Survivor Man”; however, upon closer examination, the exhibit depicts the…

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