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The evolution of parents to children

Turns out you can be young again.Continue...

Imprints on the human body

We all have markings on us, even if we don’t know it. They’re our own tattoos.Continue...

Preach no more

Love him or hate him, Morrissey has a following.Continue...

In the sky with Diemonds

Guitarist C.C. Diemond likes to think his band claimed the original “Party Rock Anthem.”Continue...

Memorable Monday

For Daniel Chalmers, having a day job is a way to feed his music habit.Continue...

Spotlight on independent music

The key is an open mind. The doors lead to the Vault: a new student-run music blog dedicated to giving a spotlight to worthwhile independent musicians.Continue...

Eyes on civilization

It would seem disaster had struck in Modern Fuel’s Main Gallery art exhibit.Continue...

What We're Listening To

It’s that time of year again when people put down the chips and goodies and
reacquaint themselves with the gym. The Journal brings you a list of workout tunes to keep you running.Continue...

Sharing isn’t stealing

Since the popularization of Internet piracy, large entertainment retailers like HMV, which recently filed for bankruptcy have lost the battle against illegal downloading.Continue...

Bringing bromance to the music

Ultimately, it was pasta that brought them together.Continue...

The Strain stays close

Quebec band The Strain likes to keep it all in the family.Continue...

Recognize and recollect

Can we trust our own memory?Continue...

Brooding balladeer

Every musician needs to have at least one murder ballad.Continue...

Living and working ‘on the move’

When you’re booked to play a two and a half hour gig, you’ve got to pull out all the stops.Continue...

Lonnie in the living room

I walked up the stairs to the Mansion’s Living Room Wednesday night with no expectations. I stumbled down three hours later, completely impressed by the distinct sound brought forth by London bands Wild Domestic and Lonnie in the Garden.Continue...

Julie Doiron’s due for a break

Don’t be surprised if Julie Doiron shows up late for her own show.Continue...

Wild Domestic enjoys wild rides

It’s a soundtrack of the road, so make sure your windows are rolled down.Continue...

Jack Daniel’s, mischief and music

The members of Hisland have been on one or two epic benders.Continue...

Awake at The Drowsy Chaperone

Hearing the words “I hate theatre,” isn’t something you’d expect during the opening minutes of a play.Continue...

Funny Friends

The members of campus band Turkey Turkey are close. So close they know the number of chest hairs each of the others have.Continue...

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