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The Aquarian Weekly's 2014 Summer Concert Guide

As Summer 2014 rapidly approaches, so does the summer concert season in New Jersey and New York. Major tours coming through the area this year boast some of today's top pop stars, metal acts and classic rock artists that are sure to please. The Aquarian Weekly has compiled a…

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Shoreworld: Bill And Friends, A Benefit For Neal; Bongo Boy Rock 'N' Roll TV

Nearly four million people suffer from Parkinson’s disease worldwide. It’s estimated that somewhere between 500,000 and 1.5 million are afflicted in the USA alone, and new cases are said to range up to 50,000 per year. A mystifying and debilitating disease, there is no known remedy for Parkinson’s, and…

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Maria's Local Radar: Dramaticat

Ladies and gentleman, how the heck are you? It’s about that time for the Local Radar, to talk about everything that is hot in the local music scene. I have been out to some amazing shows lately; saw my friends in Toothgrinder over at The Saint a few weeks…

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Rant 'N' Roll: Son Of Bonzo

Jason Bonham must hate Robert Plant.

The rightful heir to the Led Zeppelin drum seat, Jason, 47, is the only son of Zep’s only drummer John “Bonzo” Bonham who died in 1980 at 32 from acute alcohol poisoning after downing 40 vodka shots. Jason, dare I say it, is…

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Out Of Bounds: All Hail Masahiro Tanaka

The week of Memorial Day, among other things, signifies that the Major League Baseball season is about a third of the way through. Teams are gearing up for the long summer, seeing some of their young players make a splash and trying to overcome significant early-season injuries. Here are…

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Queued Up: Godzilla, Ace In The Hole, Dracula and More!


The buildup: A disgraced big city news reporter (Kirk Douglas) stuck in Albuquerque discovers an amateur archaeologist (Richard Benedict) has been trapped in a mine. Under the guise of rousing local interest and helping him, he tries to prolong the rescue so his story…

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Kam On Film: 'Blended,' 'Grand Depart' and More


Warner Brothers

Rated PG-13 for profanity, sexuality and crude humor

Three Times A Charm For Sandler And Barrymore On Silly Slapstick Safari

Jim Friedman (Adam Sandler) is a widower who’s raising three daughters on his own. Since the macho man’s man is clueless about girls, he’s been slowly…

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Between & Beyond: The Haunted Animal (Episode I)

After I earned my undergrad degree, I found myself working at a bookstore on Long Island. One day I noticed that we carried a series called Introducing… Each installment sought to survey the work of one philosopher or one branch of knowledge and combine the summary with artwork in the…

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Reality Check: VA Scandal - Our Imprint, Our Legacy, Our Sin

One can conceive, even fathom something as horrifying as the Veteran’s Association systematically allowing dozens of wounded soldiers to die and then scramble to cover it up, just as easily as one can conceive and even fathom the bizarrely ritualistic lies, deceit and ideological idiocy that put them there in…

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JDM Vs. The World: Letting Go Of 'Lost'

(WARNING: Heavy spoilers and a large number of words to follow.)

I was a big fan of Lost.

I use the word “was” here not to suggest that, like seemingly everyone else in the world, my like for the show ended the moment I realized I hated the ending…

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