Lovelytheband opens up at Rickshaw Stop

Just before lovelytheband played “broken,” its biggest radio hit, Collins talked about the stigma of mental health and emphasized that his lyrics are more than a record of his emotions: They say that it’s OK to feel those feelings. No one is alone in feeling them — not him, not anyone listening to his music.
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‘It’ — is it?

In a shocking turn of events, this will be about spoken word poetry — not the movie “It.” The movie “It” is scary, so I have not seen “It,” because I am scared of scary things. Such as “It.”
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Pit Stop in Prague

Dedicating only two and a half days in a major European city can’t be recommended, but when you’re an ambitious student on a budget with a desire to see as much as possible in the shortest amount of time, sometimes it’s the only option. Oftentimes, events arise that you weren’t expecting;
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From the Beatles to Young Thug: a paradox of popular music

I’ll admit, I’ve gone through that phase of nostalgia — feeling that nothing could top the feverish, creative zeitgeist of the countercultural ’60s. My mind has often wandered through the smoky, Beat-ific cool of Greenwich Village’s folk scene, down to the drugged-out wonderland of Warhol’s Factory. You’ll find a Woodstock
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John Lennon

John Lennon lives on, thanks to Tame Impala and Ty Segall

It’s been 32 years since John Lennon’s passing, but his influence lives on. Two artists, both with new albums out this month, uncannily conjure memories of the late Beatle — Tame Impala and Ty Segall. The Australian psych-rock band Tame Impala and California garage hero Ty Segall both share an affinity
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