Gwen Stefani’s still got it
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Gwen Stefani’s still got it

It’s been 10 years since Gwen Stefani has released her second solo album. In that time, she has popped out three kids, run a successful clothing line, did a reboot…

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the absence of sentiment
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the absence of sentiment

It started out with a day. Days turned into weeks. Weeks turned into months Months turned into years. This is how long it’s been since I spoke to…

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Purpura’s poetry exhibits creative writing as an “act of looking”
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Purpura’s poetry exhibits creative writing as an “act of looking”

Lia Purpura, the writer in residence here at UMBC, held a presentation of her work, sponsored by the Drescher Center, on March 1 in the AOK Gallery. In…

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BMA exhibit reimagines domestic experience
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BMA exhibit reimagines domestic experience

Home is “the only battlefield worth fighting for.” This was one of the phrases projected on the floor at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s exhibit titled “Imagining Home”…

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YouTube: covers, collabs and community
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YouTube: covers, collabs and community

In the world today, where nearly everything and everyone seems to be dependent on the internet, it is almost vital to find an outlet. Not just a social…

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“American Candy” is sugary and sweet with a good bite
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“American Candy” is sugary and sweet with a good bite

Nine years, five studio-albums and well over twelve tours together, The Maine are still doing their favorite thing: making music with some of their best friends. In the…

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