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Billy Joel was my prom date

You may not know his face, you may not even know his name. But I can bet you the entire world can mutter at least one lyric of a Billy Joel song, whether it be to the upbeat tune of “Uptown Girl,” or the soulful lyrical masterpiece of “Piano Man.” …

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American Idol: The end of an era

“Dim the lights. Here we go.” These words, uttered countless times over the past 15 years, bringing out anticipated breaths from millions waiting for long-delayed results, were spoken for the final time on last night’s farewell finale of “American Idol.” “Idol”, apart from being the beginning for MC’s most notable …

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Macklemore leaves us wanting more

Four years after the release of The Heist, which was nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammy’s, Macklemore emerged back into the spotlight with the release of his sophomore album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made on Feb. 26. This Unruly Mess I’ve Made debuted at number four on …

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Ghostbusters 2016: who you gonna call?

30 years ago, three professors of parapsychology saved New York City from supernatural attacks. Now, a new pack of occult opponents has hit the streets to rescue the Big Apple from paranormal wrath. This time, the team has one small difference: all four ghostbusters are female. July is the release …

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Oscars 2016: dreaming in gold

When the Academy Award nominees were announced, the tag #OscarsSoWhite began to trend. Racial minorities have a history of being left out when it comes to the big screen, and 2016 was no different. The actors and actresses were all highly diverse shades of Wonder Bread, mayonnaise, and milk. The …

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Will this drag them down?

One Direction is going on break this year, but recent endeavors prove it may be more than that. Last year the five-member-boy-band became a foursome when Zayn Malik left to pursue his solo career. Now a year later, he plans on releasing his debut album, Mind of Mine, on March …

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