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Out Of Bounds: Internet Gambling Comes To New Jersey

For New Jersey residents, tourists, degenerates and entertainment junkies, Tuesday marks the beginning of a brave new world in the gaming industry, as NJ will become just the third state—with Nevada and Delaware being the others—to allow internet gambling. Following a five-day trial period that begins tomorrow, Nov. 21,…

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Reach

Hello my local lovers, it’s that time again to talk about some New Jersey-based musicians! Thanks to all of you who have been giving me some great feedback and suggestions on some bands to feature in the Local Radar. To be honest, I’ve been getting more submissions from friends…

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: One-On-One With Hot Tuna’s Jorma Kaukonen

One of my favorite albums of all time is your 2002 Blue Country Heart solo record.

Thanks man, I’m particularly proud of that one. We’ll be doing a bunch of songs off that record on this tour.
How was Finland?

Not much colder than it is right now…

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MedioXCore: Sit Down, Shut Up. … An Etiquette Lesson

Due to some awful behavior I witnessed recently at a show, this month’s MxC is something of an…etiquette lesson. You’re welcome.

 

BE ON TIME. If doors are at eight and load-in/soundcheck starts at six, be there at six with your whole band and all your shit, ready to…

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Kam On Film: ‘Dallas Buyers Clubs,’ ‘Finding Mr. Right’ and What’s New In Theaters

Dallas Buyers Club

Focus Features

Rated R for nudity, drug use, graphic sexuality, pervasive profanity, ethnic slurs and homophobic slurs

Matthew McConaughey Delivers Oscar-Quality Performance In Bittersweet Biopic

Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) was informed that he had just 30 days to live when he was diagnosed…

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Reality Check: The Gettysburg Address At 150

Lincoln’s Oratory Masterpiece Heralded The Modern Age Of America

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing…

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What It Do: Dropping Out Part II – A Certain Degree

Last week, this space detailed my recent decision to drop out of college. The predatory nature of the financial aid apparatus along with the restrictive influence of arbitrary curriculum requirements convinced me that the university system was essentially just another hustle, and no longer worth my time and effort.

The…

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Between & Beyond: Control

My travels this week brought me to Richmond, VA and Baltimore, MD. In both places, I encountered a shocking police presence. I’m sure each city has its pretext. Baltimore is infamous for being crime ridden of course, and Richmond is host to VCU, and the cops there indeed bore that…

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Deleted Scenes: Sterling Wisdom

“You can’t predict baseball.”

   If you’ve ever listened to even one of the nine innings of a New York Yankees radio broadcast, then chances are that little nugget of brilliance has made its way past your eardrums and into your brain. The oft-repeated line, courtesy of the golden throat…

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Crimson Sky

It’s about that time to talk local music. Aren’t Wednesdays just the greatest? Just when I think I am going to run out of local music to boast about, bands and artists keep on popping up out of the woodworks, sparking my interest time and time again.

As we…

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