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“Pretty Little Liars”
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Review: Pretty Little Liars

Review: Pretty Little Liars

“Pretty Little Liars” Movie poster by impawards.com Based on a series of novels by Sara Shepard, “Pretty Little Liars” has become a well-known TV series that combines drama, romance and suspense. Yet it seems to be lacking one thing — a plot. After watching the first couple of seasons, the feeling of being sucked into

“lullaby and...the Ceaseless Roar”
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Review: Robert Plant “lullaby and…the Ceaseless Roar”

“lullaby and…the Ceaseless Roar” Album art from zumic.com The name of Robert Plant’s new solo album, “lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar,” may be a nod to the duality and balance of life that a wise old Plant has come to realize. At an age where one might be leaning toward the gentler side of living,

“Barragán”
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Review: Blonde Redhead “Barragán”

“Barragán” Album art from en.wikipedia.org The band Blonde Redhead have always been full of surprises, and in their 21 years of creating everything from noise-pop to postmodern psychedelic-dream-scape music, they’re ready to take the main stage again with their newest release, “Barragán.” On past albums, it has been difficult to describe exactly what was being

"30th Anniversary Ghostbusters"
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Review: Ghostbusters

“30th Anniversary Ghostbusters” Movie Poster by movieweb.com It may be hard to believe, but this year marks the 30th anniversary of the iconic action-comedy film “Ghostbusters,” rereleased in theaters over Labor Day weekend. The film is about three unemployed parapsychology professors who set up shop to get rid of ghosts, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd

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Review: Spoon “They Want My Soul”

“They Want My Soul” Album artwork from www.stereogum.com My introduction to “Spoon” was one of woe. Back in 2007 I decided to start my own band named “The Utensils” that had the gimmick of playing all instruments with anything you could find in a kitchen drawer. Spoons for the drummer and knives as guitar picks,

“Get On Up”
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Review: Get On Up

“Get On Up” Film poster by Imagine Entertainment The Godfather of Soul lost his soul in the recent James Brown biopic “Get On Up.” With Tate Taylor (“The Help” and “Winter’s Bone”) directing, audiences were probably expecting to see Brown in all of his humanity. It never happened. Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed Jackie Robinson in

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