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Daughter of the House by Rosie Thomas

One word: unexpected. In every what way, unexpected. It took an unexpected amount of time for me to finish this book: fault of a rigorous school semester. It took unexpected turns in unexpected places: although followed the pattern at other points. But the end, the end still has me thinking. I finished the last fifty […]

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SIR

  I like to think of music as the child of musicians. The sound you hear is completely and totally based on the parenting decisions the artists make. How much bass is offered or withheld, do you embellish this noise or that, and what messages should you be upfront about and what should you hold […]

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Ruby Rose Fox

Music began as a story, a tale to a tune, if you will. It continued with legends and heroes from all cultures and all scrolls swirling amidst the melodies and harmonies that artists imagined. What once served as a sole purpose of memory has evolved into an art form limited by only the artists themselves. […]

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Longbourn by Jo Baker

I am going to preface this review with the clear understanding that the following is my opinion, and my opinion only. Take it as you see fit, ignore it at your own pleasure. The New York Times, The Washington Post, even NPR acclaim this book. I, on the very other hand, criticize this book. To […]

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Jule Vera

To be haunted by the beauty of a song is a strange and unusual thing. Very rarely is the song as strange and unusual as the feeling it provokes. But, in this instance, throughout the album, listeners find themselves haunted by the melody and the story being weaved, it hovers throughout your day, Ansley Newman’s […]

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VISTA

It’s time to meet some one new. More specifically, it’s time to meet a new band with their own sound. In just one year, three musicians had not only formed their own band but also their own sound, one that falls under the umbrella of alternative music. As they have titled it, Anthem Rock. A sound […]

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