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A longtime fan’s take on Joss Whedon’s latest film, <i>In Your Eyes</i>

A longtime fan’s take on Joss Whedon’s latest film, In Your Eyes

Giselle Roman April 22, 2014 0

The other night, Joss Whedon pulled an unprecedented move by surprise releasing his new film, In Your Eyes, through the internet just as it premiered at the Tribeca Film festival. A supernatural romance about

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Coachella 2014: The Good, The Bad and Justin Bieber

Coachella 2014: The Good, The Bad and Justin Bieber

Lauren Moranor April 18, 2014 0

Festival season has officially arrived and music lovers descended upon Indio, California for the Coachella Music and Arts Festival to partake in one of the largest music gatherings around. Over three days hundreds of

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<i>The Lego Movie </i> and the harsh truth of individualism

The Lego Movie and the harsh truth of individualism

Giselle Roman April 14, 2014 0

This month, cinemas across America will say goodbye to the children’s toy revival LEGO movie playing in their theaters and it’s a damn shame. In case you missed your chance to head in and

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A look at twelve key episodes of <i>Mad Men</i>

A look at twelve key episodes of Mad Men

Spenser Milo April 11, 2014 2

The season seven premiere of Mad Men this Sunday marks the beginning of the end for the show. After this year’s episodes are over, we have to wait for the final seven — and what

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The Laynes of Being Pure at Heart: Big Star

The Laynes of Being Pure at Heart: Big Star

Layne Montgomery April 10, 2014 0

Since my band broke up last week, which you may have heard about on this very site, I’ve been aimless. But in reality, we haven’t seriously been a band in a while. We’ve played

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Interview: Allison Weiss on touring, TV shows, and her fight to become verified on Twitter

Interview: Allison Weiss on touring, TV shows, and her fight to become verified on Twitter

Spenser Milo April 9, 2014 0

Last year, Allison Weiss’ album Say What You Mean put her on the map on the Internet. With catchy songs, relatable lyrics, and a personality to charm the pants off Twitter, Weiss has a

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Top 10 Nirvana songs

Top 10 Nirvana songs

Spenser Milo April 8, 2014 0

On this day 20 years ago, the body of Kurt Cobain was found at his home, three days after his death. To commemorate the death that left an indelible mark on the world, we’ve

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Pop Culture Blind Spot: Elton John’s <i>Goodbye Yellow Brick Road</i>

Pop Culture Blind Spot: Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Lauren Moranor April 8, 2014 1

Our feature, Pop Culture Blind Spot, focuses on watching, reading, or listening to something that the writer has missed out on. Whether it be a classic work of art way before the author’s time, a

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Here’s What You Should Be Watching This Month

Here’s What You Should Be Watching This Month

Spenser Milo April 1, 2014 0

Each month here at Based on Nothing, we check out the TV shows everyone is talking about at the moment, and recommend those that are worth watching. The buzz surrounding these shows could be

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Top 10 Manchester Orchestra songs

Top 10 Manchester Orchestra songs

Hannah Fregger April 1, 2014 0

Today is the day folks. What day, you ask? (it’s okay if you didn’t ask; I’m going to tell you regardless) Today, Manchester Orchestra has released their fourth studio album, Cope. It is promised

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