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Budget cuts threaten arts programs, student development in Phila. schools

With limited resources and little power one voice can only hope to be loud enough for someone somewhere to really listen.

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Shephard releases ‘Post Crack Era’

The generation of Hip Hop has many different angles, but the one type of Hip-Hop that lasts the longest are the relaxing type of Hip-Hop. When artists rap about killing all the time, that’s okay sometimes but not all the time. There is a time and place for everything.

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Montana Bray – from fitness to music to graduation

I’ve seen Montana around – we’ve met a time or two at a party or friend’s place, but it wasn’t until interviewing him that I was able to gain a sense of his ambition.

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The 20/20 experience part 2

It’s not often that an album has been released that has remained in the top 10 for quite awhile. “The 20/20 Experience- 2 of 2″ album is definitely something you want to buy. It has a 4.5 star rating on iTunes and amazing overall ratings that are well deserved. “No one fits Timberlands beats like […]

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Carly Rae’s Call Me Maybe…

“Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepson is no stranger now to the radio.

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Lana Del Rey here to stay

While Lana Del Rey may not be for everyone, she is a quintessential candidate when looking at how new artists are emerging. She is a young, talented, beautiful woman who used the internet and networking to her advantage.

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Van Halen back on tour in A.C.

Fans of hard rock band Van Halen milled about on Atlantic City’s famous boardwalk awaiting their show at Boardwalk Hall on Saturday, March 24.  In all directions, people could be seen donning a variety of Van Halen t-shirts showing their rocker spirit.   Opening for Van Halen was R&B group Kool & The Gang, playing […]

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Young vocalist leads grunge revival band

When you think of famous rock stars that have graced the musical world, you would think of artists who are over the age of 21 right?

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Vocal sensation impresses audience

For fun and entertainment, no student wanted to miss out on the amazing vocal stylings of Preston Pugmire.

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Green pleases fans with new album

Beautiful Things have arrived.

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Wayne Art Center: a hidden gem on the Main Line

Tucked right off the main line of Wayne, Pa., the Wayne Art Center is a free gallery, and serves as a studio, and school for all of the community.

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DJ Money Mike & DJ Bird

Mike Bowens and Adrian Prawl combined their love for music with an entrepreniual touch.

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Thank you for the music

Alternative rock band Circa Survive has not only given me incredible music and passionate lyrics, but a lifetime’s worth of inspiration as well.

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A call for concert etiquette reform

Concerts are growing less and less enjoyable. Here are some tips on concert etiquette for your next big show.

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Album review- AC/DC “Back In Black”

On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released an album that would forever change the face of music. That album was none other than “Back In Black,” a tribute to the band’s former lead singer Bon Scott. From the tolling of the bell at the start of “Hells Bells,” to the opening riff of “Rock And Roll […]

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Stud, Dud of the Week

Stud of the Week The Beatles were featured in a big way with the pages of two Rolling Stone special edition books.  The classic band had the most songs voted into Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time.”  Following that, an entire special edition of Rolling Stone was dedicated to the best songs by […]

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Music industry needs new talent

Today the music industry and the integrity of good mainstream music are slowly dying.

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