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Kurt Cobain of Nirvana during the taping of MTV Unplugged at Sony Studios in New York City, 11/18/93. Photo by Frank Micelotta.  *** Special Rates Apply *** Call for Rates ***Photo by Frank Micelotta

When you hear that beat, you know the band

Throughout the years, musicians come and go, fading in and out of mainstream fame. For most, it happens faster than they can truly show their potential. However, there are always the few who remain, actually live up to the hype and possibly even define a generation. Whether that may be through one song or album or  …

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    In 2010, a small, raunchy R-rated comedy called Hot Tub Time Machine was released. With a title that sounded as crazy as that, the movie's box office results were mediocre, yet, over time, it developed a strong fan base, of which this writer is graciously a part, on DVD and Blu-ray. With sales through the roof, …

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  4. When you hear that beat, you know the band

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    Throughout the years, musicians come and go, fading in and out of mainstream fame. For most, it happens faster than they can truly show their potential. However, there are always the few who remain, actually live up to the hype and possibly even define a generation. Whether that may be through one song or album or …

    Kurt Cobain of Nirvana during the taping of MTV Unplugged at Sony Studios in New York City, 11/18/93. Photo by Frank Micelotta.  *** Special Rates Apply *** Call for Rates ***
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    The season of love is the ultimate time of year for music. Two mini-playlists provide the perfect compilation of tracks for the heartbroken or hopeless romantic on Valentine's Day.

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    Continuing their comeback from a three-year hiatus, Fall Out Boy's new record, American Beauty/American Psycho, serves as the followup to Save Rock and Roll. And on this, their sixth album, the veteran pop-punk band is still alive and kicking and releasing some good music.

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    Taylor Swift's name has been on everyone's tongues for years, and there's no sign of that changing anytime soon. However, what is changing are people's attitudes toward her.

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    A growing number of films centers on military conflict in the Middle East. Oscar-nominated works such as The Hurt Locker, Lone Survivor and Syriana have all done an effective job at portraying the brutal and unpredictable moments of war. American Sniper hopes to join the ranks of effective, …

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    European romance isn't always what it's cracked up to be, but Stephanie Perkins, author of Anna and the French Kiss, definitely turns up the foreign heat in her dorky, yet steamy novel. Taking place mostly in Paris, the book follows the adventures — some thrilling, some misguided — of five teenagers …