San Cisco’s bright pop glitters at the Black Cat
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San Cisco’s bright pop glitters at the Black Cat

San Cisco is the epitome of indie pop, bursting with down-to-earth charisma from every member, amongst their glittery hooks and mundane-to-magical lyrics. The foursome arrived from Perth, Australia,…

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“Legally Blonde: The Musical” is seriously great
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“Legally Blonde: The Musical” is seriously great

Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre presents “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” a performance inspired by the famous film, which was based on an Amanda Brown novel. Instead of deviating from…

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“Falsettos”: Still timeless 30 years later
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“Falsettos”: Still timeless 30 years later

The Retriever sent two of its resident theatre critics to see William Finn and James Lapine’s “Falsettos” at the Kennedy Center on Thursday. Here is what they had…

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Local Natives bring energy and new album to the 9:30 Club stage
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Local Natives bring energy and new album to the 9:30 Club stage

Local Natives’ new album, “Violet Street,” is nothing short of anthemic. The moment they hit the 9:30 Club stage on June 4 for the second night in a…

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Queens Girl and growth
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Queens Girl and growth

It is no secret that children learn by watching the world around them. They pick up on everything and soak in all of the information they have gathered…

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The Happy Fits will leave you beaming
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The Happy Fits will leave you beaming

Indie rock band, The Happy Fits invites listeners to share their joy and get in tune with their inner happiness. Band members Ross Monteith (guitar), Calvin Langman (cello)…

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