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Beyond the 13 Reasons: Why We All Need to Change

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments
Beyond the 13 Reasons:  Why We All Need to Change

Since its Netflix release in March, 13 Reasons Why has taken the media by storm, teeming in both praise and criticism, compliment and controversy. This comes as a surprise to nobody, being that it tackles the hugely current yet incredibly difficult issues of bullying, teenage suicide, and the effects they have on an entire community. […]

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Charly Bliss – Guppy (Album Review)

| 04/24/2017 | 0 Comments

Created out of childhood friendships that blossomed into bandhood, Charly Bliss brings something absolutely exhilarating and fun to the New York alternative scene with corrosive guitar licks, strange lyricism and tormented but downright charming vocals. The band absolutely radiates a vibrancy that is akin to 90’s goodies Superchunk and Veruca Salt, and brings underground rock […]

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The Courtneys – II (Album Review)

| 04/24/2017 | 0 Comments

Marrying the sounds of Vancouver’s coastal Pacific bliss and seamless power-pop, The Courtneys have successfully made a name for themselves in the alternative world. Their nostalgic, carefree vibes may lack in lyrical or sonic depth, but make up it in enthusiasm and melodic riffs. In fact, Even by barely changing their sound over the course […]

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The Flaming Lips Bring a Space-Age Spectacular to The Space at Westbury 3/11/17

| 04/24/2017 | 0 Comments

Flashing neon lights, clouds of smoke, and crowd-surfing unicorns: is this a scene from an imaginary planet, or a Flaming Lips show?   Following the release of their fourteenth studio album Oczy Mlody previously this year, psychedelic experimentalists The Flaming Lips took to the stage at The Space in Westbury, New York on a chilly […]

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Big Fish in a New Pond

| 01/25/2017 | 0 Comments
Big Fish in a New Pond

“When I was in 4th grade, my parents wanted me to audition for our summer camp musical-The Story of Hansel and Gretel. I didn’t want to but they forced me and, surprise, I loved it!” Does this story sound familiar? For most theater students, there is that one show that changes our lives into memorizing, […]

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10 Ways to Start the New Year in Style

| 01/09/2017 | 0 Comments
10 Ways to Start the New Year in Style

January- it’s one of the saddest months in fashion. After all the sparkle and glamour of the holidays, January is just boring. Stores haven’t restocked, glitter is an eyesore, and it’s so cold people get lazy with clothing. There just isn’t anything special. Whatever happened to new year, new me? What better way to start […]

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

| 12/22/2016 | 0 Comments
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

The galaxy far far away just broke new ground with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Question is: Did they hit a goldmine or rock bottom with the first spin-off film in the Star Wars legacy? In short, the movie is amazing. Rogue One has a level of darkness that no Star Wars film before it has had. Sometimes this can […]

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The Walking Dead Season 7: Reviewing The First Four Episodes

| 11/17/2016 | 0 Comments

The Walking Dead has finally returned after months of waiting! Was the wait worth it, or is this batch of episodes another piece of zombie chow? Let’s find out. Oh, and there’s no restraint on spoilers here, so watch these episodes now before reading on. 7 01: The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be […]

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