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Recommended Read: “Twilight of the Gods” by Steven Hyden

For a book is subtitled “a journey to the end of classic rock”, Hyden focuses more on the journey rather than the genre’s seemingly inescapable destination. Continue reading

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Review: The Hotelier – Home, Like Noplace Is There

The Hotelier’s new album puts a beautifully fractured voice to feeling broken. It seems like everyone I know has been dying recently. I know that’s not the best way to open up a music review, but it’s a thought that’s … Continue reading

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Memorial Walls: Why We’re Never Going To Die Again

Yesterday was the first time I’ve ever heard my grandfather speak. He appeared out of the blue, as an undistinguished YouTube link in my Facebook inbox: “Brooks Robinson & Nestor Chylak Baseball PSA 1976”. My aunt had passed it along … Continue reading

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