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It seems as though I’ve seen a lot of people dying recently. Dying as a verb – breath gasping, limbs seizing, guts retching; dying as a noun – interrupted, ventilated, brain dead. 55 more words

This Is Where I Leave You (The Book, Not the Movie)

By: Conor Leonard

A few months ago, the Hollywood film This Is Where I Leave made its way through the theatres. The movie starred Jason Bateman in the role of the main character – Judd Foxman; co-stars including Tina Fey and Jane Fonda. 310 more words

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Fallout from Fall Out Boy

By: Gabby Champagne

     Fall Out Boy’s new album, American Beauty/ American Psycho hit YouTube a week early before being released on CD. The new album features 11 new tracks, with a very heavy pop influence. 167 more words

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UNCG ARTISTS WEEKLY: SABRINA BYRD

By Siera Schubach, Staff Writer

Published in print Jan, 28, 2015

Sabrina Byrd has a self-professed “knack for the absurd”. Photographer, illustrator, crafter, actor, writer, costumer and graphic artist, Sabrina is a multi-hyphened wonder. 487 more words

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Hard-hitting women rock at Orion

By Shannon Neu, Staff Writer

Published in print Jan. 28, 2015

Women dominated the stage Friday night at Club Orion’s All Female Lineup event. The show featured only metal bands fronted by women. 833 more words

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Phoebe Snow commemorated at Crown

By Chris Nafekh, Staff Writer

Published in print Jan. 21, 2015

This past Saturday, The Crown at the Carolina Theatre looked classy with purple lighting and café style seating. 652 more words

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New 'Annie' remake fails to overshadow original

By Peyton Combs

Annie, a classic film that has been around for many years, has been modernized and brought back to the big screen. I’m sure that every ankle biting grade school kid who saw the film at least somewhat enjoyed the over-the-top production, but I can’t deny that watching the new remake saddened my heart. 189 more words

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