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Local Music Spotlight: Gatsby’s Shipwreck

Local Music Spotlight: Gatsby’s Shipwreck

Shannon Horte August 27, 2014 0

Somewhere in the not-so-deep depths of central Connecticut, a former three-piece rock band transformed into an acoustic potpourri punk duo that play house shows, eat pizza, and love Alison Brie. Gatsby’s Shipwreck members Cullen

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The 2014 Emmy Awards were predictable yet entertaining enough to watch

The 2014 Emmy Awards were predictable yet entertaining enough to watch

Spenser Milo August 26, 2014 0

Last night, NBC broadcasted the 66th annual Emmys to millions of people staring at their phones ready to tweet their grievances and celebrations about who won, who lost, and who wasn’t funny at all

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Top 10 post-<i>Pinkerton</i>  Weezer songs

Top 10 post-Pinkerton  Weezer songs

Luke Thornton August 20, 2014 2

Weezer is pretty much defined by The Blue Album and Pinkerton and they are for a reason. There’s a real honesty, rawness, and off-beat sincerity to those albums that attached itself to you in

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Interview: Slow Club’s Charles Watson on influences, and his favorite song off <i>Complete Surrender</i>

Interview: Slow Club’s Charles Watson on influences, and his favorite song off Complete Surrender

Spenser Milo August 19, 2014 0

After releasing his band’s third studio album, Complete Surrender, Charles Watson of Slow Club was kind enough to speak us through email about him and band mate Rebecca Taylor’s songwriting process, the influences involved

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The new age of horror in games

The new age of horror in games

Daniel Krutko August 18, 2014 0

It is currently Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, a week long expo that features games from the big 3 (Nintendo, Sony, & Microsoft) along with a bevy of European developers and studios like EA and

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Interview: Pete Holmes on being back on the road after his show, his podcast, The National, and great advice

Interview: Pete Holmes on being back on the road after his show, his podcast, The National, and great advice

Jacob Harrington August 6, 2014 0

Before a few stand up shows in Philadelphia this weekend, comedian Pete Holmes was kind enough to talk to our very own Jacob Harrington. Read the full interview below and check out next episode

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<i>Guardians of the Galaxy</i>  and the compromise of story and plot

Guardians of the Galaxy  and the compromise of story and plot

Spenser Milo August 4, 2014 0

Over the weekend, audiences were mesmerized by Marvel’s new film, Guardians of the Galaxy, which is particularly interesting in many ways. First, the Guardians of the Galaxy comic franchise has never broken into the

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The case against binge-watching

The case against binge-watching

Spenser Milo July 23, 2014 5

One of my biggest fears is not being up-to-date when it comes to pop culture. For me, the thought of being completely out of the loop is terrifying, like becoming one of those cartoon

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Five shows we can’t wait to be on Netflix

Five shows we can’t wait to be on Netflix

Spenser Milo July 16, 2014 0

By now nearly every household has a Netflix account — or is using someone else’s Netflix account, at the very least. It’s a great entertainment accessory, as it allows audiences to catch up on

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Tired of Weezer Podcast #1 – “The Blue Album”

Tired of Weezer Podcast #1 – “The Blue Album”

Spenser Milo July 15, 2014 0

In the first episode of Tired of Weezer, hosts Spenser Milo and Layne Montgomery delve into the band’s debut album commonly known as The Blue Album. They shamelessly talk optimistically about the band as

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