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MedioXcore: Adam Gnade’s Top Five DIY Tips!

More and more lately, I’m seeing you guys doing-it-yourselves within your respective music scene(s), and it makes my heart happy. You’re feeling and learning your way around and recording your own records, booking your own tours, managing yourselves. Some of you have branched out to opening your own studios…

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: American Treasures

Marshall Crenshaw played John Lennon in Broadway’s Beatlemania. He played Buddy Holly in the La Bamba movie. His 1982 eponymous debut is still one of the Top 10 greatest rock ‘n’ roll debut albums in history, a primal bass/drums/guitar statement that stayed on the charts for six months and…

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Kam On Film: ‘About Last Night,’ ‘Holy Ghost People’ and What’s New In Theaters

About Last Night

Screen Gems

Rated R for profanity, sexuality, nudity and brief drug use

Kevin Hart Spearheads Raunchy Remake Of Romantic Romp 

Released in 1986, About Last Night revolved around the yearlong effort of a couple of Chicago yuppies (played by Rob Lowe and Demi Moore) to forge…

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Between & Beyond: Energy

Living in upstate New York, hydrofracking is at the forefront of concern and action. In case you are still unfamiliar, fracking (as it’s known) is the process by which energy companies drill holes deep into the earth and by somewhat mysterious means break apart shale formations thus releasing natural gas.…

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Reality Check: Bubba, Waste Management & Progeny Of The Walrus (with Guest Columnist Tiddal McStevens)

Editor’s Note: After a spate of fruitless haggling, the following was sent to The Reality Check News & Information Desk on the early morning hours of the ninth day of February, 2014. An angry directive from Mr. Campion to “Send to press anything that lunatic McStevens can muster” was soon

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Deleted Scenes: Your Passion

I got hit up today by a freelance cartoonist looking to have his work published and gave him the standard answer: “I’d love to, but we can’t pay you. Sorry.” The apology on my part was sincere, and I dug his work, so I thought having him in the paper…

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Shoreworld: The Polar Plunge; Seaside’s Miss Polar Pageant; Couch By Couchwest

Seaside Heights And The Polar Plunge – Freezin’ For A Good Reason

Every winter people all across the country partake in one of the most bizarre traditions known to mankind. It’s been called many things, but around here, we know it as the Polar Plunge. Yes, people travel from…

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Out Of Bounds: Best Of The West

All-Star weekend begins this Friday in New Orleans, marking the unofficial midway point of the 2013-14 NBA regular season. So for the next two weeks, Out Of Bounds will provide its midseason power rankings for the top eight playoff-contending franchises, starting below with the power-packed Western Conference. Look for…

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Humongous

Local friends, we are back again to talk about everything music! 2014 has been flying by, with a countless number of shows, benefits, new records and even breakups, all bringing the local music scene into the spotlight! I’ve been getting a ton of good feedback on the bands we’ve…

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Trigger’s Rock And Roll Reunion

Joey Ramone, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, D Generation and The Dictators were among the hundreds of punk rock artists that graced the stage at Continental from 1991 until 2006. Toward the end of this era, the owner, who goes by the singular name Trigger, realized he could actually make…

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