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Oh Man, Is Aimee Mann’s “Mental Illness” Good

She calls it her “saddest, slowest, most acoustic” record to date.

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A Season of Change for “Star Trek: The Next Generation”

Despite drama behind the scenes and a big legacy to live up to, this sequel lived long and prospered.

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The Third Time’s a Charm for Singer-Songwriter Brent Cash

If there’s a male version of Carole King, this talented guy from Athens, Georgia might be it.

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The History of Recorded Music in Just 8 Episodes

Even before MTV, rock and roll frequently existed in a visual space along with the sonic one. One of the most obvious expressions of this affinity has been the numerous attempts to encapsulate the cultural significance of rock music for television and film. Though not

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Fisher Priceless – Carrie Fisher Remembered

German Director Wim Wenders once wrote quite eloquently about the ability of film to rescue the existence of things. Though Wenders was no fan of Star Wars, this notion now comes to mind in relation to one of that movie’s stars, Carrie Fisher. Barely a