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Remembering CHRIS CORNELL (1964-2017)

Article by: Anthony Florez   The word 'grunge' is being bandied about a lot today and it's not a description I am particularly fond of. It is the popularly accepted description of an era of rock that originated in the early nineties, primarily in the Seattle music scene, and encompasses everything from

Catfish and the Bottlemen // Live @ The Norva // 10.25.16

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photography by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar   Norfolk, VA -- A group of Welsh lads are hungry for world domination, and they aren't hesitant about expressing that, either. Catfish and the Bottlemen formed in 2007 in Wales when “Van” McCann and Billy Bibby made aquaintance through mutual

12 Movies to Know for Oscar Season

Article by: Josh Bradley   The Academy Awards are still five months away, and while “Oscar season” doesn’t begin for most people until nominations are announced in January, it begins in September for people with way too much time on their hands. That’s when award season contenders premiere every year at the

The Subversion of SUPERBAD

Article by: Josh Bradley   Spoilers ahead for Superbad (2007). Duh. According to boxofficemojo.com, only five movies classified as “High School Comedies” have crossed the $100 million box office threshold*: American Graffiti (the success of which allowed George Lucas to make Star Wars), Porky’s, American Pie, Superbad, and the recent 21 Jump Street. *Note:

Something Nice to Say: The Case for the Lovely Bones

Article by: Abigail Marshall   Everyone’s heard the line before: if you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say it. “Something Nice to Say” is a column that takes another look at “certified rotten” movies and finds a redeeming quality in each one. For those of you familiar with The Lovely Bones,

Pearl Jam // Live @ the Hampton Coliseum // 4.18.16

Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   HAMPTON, VA-- Legendary Seattle alt-rockers Pearl Jam walked on the stage of the Mothership, vocalist Eddie Vedder grasping a bottle of wine in one hand and a setlist in the other. Opening the three hour long show with “Why Go," Eddie and crew proved

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