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Creating musical connections

The language of music is one we all speak.Continue...

‘I don’t want work in my pocket’

For Gianna Lauren, the unsettling experiences are the most grounding.Continue...

Mundane and magical

Fight the routine.Continue...

Collecting visions of primal art

It’s sexuality in its primitive form.Continue...

National nuances

When I saw Yukon Blonde at the frosh concert in September, I thought, “Who’s the biker on bass?”Continue...

Outside the bubble

“I am the events girl, and yet, I haven’t been to one in so long.”Continue...

Risky roads

Matt Layzell from The Matinée and I compared our tattoos when we spoke last week.Continue...

Artist or entertainer?

Popular music fan vs. indie music loverContinue...

Stars since the beginning

It’s the music of the past penetrating the present.Continue...

Swimming too deep

Sometimes it’s better not to delve into the deep end.Continue...

Risky comedy business

There are a few taboo subjects in a romantic relationship.Continue...

Clear visions of rock

Go balls firmly against the wall, or go home.Continue...

Rebel for a cause

It’s a tale of elegant radicals where the classic is brought together with the avant-garde — and it’s uniquely Vogue.Continue...

Getting down close and personal

It’s uncomfortably good.Continue...

A tale of morals and miracles

There’s a fine line between a substantial story line and aesthetic appeal in art.Continue...

Final plays of Vogt series form enjoyable environment

After Vogts A, B and C this year, it’s clear the four mini plays of Vogt aren’t meant to make sense.Continue...

Practice, improve, perform and repeat

Are you there God? It’s Peter Katz here.Continue...

Crimes and lullabies

When you’re gone, what do you leave behind?Continue...

Just getting started

When Grad Club Manager Virginia Clark encourages you to come see a show, you don’t say no.Continue...

Foggy thought

The eyes are essential. But what happens when you can’t see them?Continue...

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