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  • Christmas Memories

    By Arielle Vega | Posted December 17, 2015

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    Christmas Memories… Setting cookies and milk out as bait, Staying up late to catch Santa, Waking up early, Illuminated tree, Surrounded by gifts, smiles and laughter. Helping cook, Eating together, Great food, Grabbing seconds, And food comas.

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  • Review: Reddington Returns More Determined Than Ever

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted October 20, 2015

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    “The Blacklist” is arguably one of the best shows on TV and it appears that it’s going to stay that way for a long time. The Season 3 premiere on Oct. 1 left its viewers at the edge of their seats with many questions still to be answered. “The Blacklist” is a well-written show that [...]

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  • Review: Trivium Reinventing Their Sound

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted October 20, 2015

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    On Oct. 2, Trivium released their new album “Silence in the Snow.” Trivium’s older stuff, with the exception of “The Crusade,” was heavy and the lyrics were screamed for the most part, which can be a headache for many people. For those that love that sort of music, it was pure bliss. “Silence in the [...]

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  • Review: Iron Maiden’s Newest Masterpiece Doesn’t Disappoint

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

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    Heavy metal titan Iron Maiden recently released its highly anticipated 16th studio album “The Book of Souls.” After the initial completion of the album, lead singer Bruce Dickinson found out he had a cancerous tumor in both his head and neck. The band decided that they wouldn’t release the finalized version of the album until [...]

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  • Review: Five Finger Death Punch Disappoints with ‘Got Your Six’

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

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    Five Finger Death Punch’s newest album, “Got Your Six,” is less than perfect. There was speculation as to whether this album would even be released after the band had an onstage meltdown in Memphis in May. On top of that, lead singer Ivan Moody was accused of domestic violence in August, but all charges were [...]

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  • Review: Disturbed ‘Immortalized’ in Heavy Metal History

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted September 23, 2015

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    Disturbed has come out of a four-year hibernation to rock the world once again. Their newest album, “Immortalized,” is their first studio album in nearly five years. The album packs quite a punch and it is significantly better than their last studio album “Asylum.” “Immortalized” is not just helping Disturbed become immortalized in heavy metal [...]

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  • Chicago music festivals you can’t miss this summer

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted June 15, 2015

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      Don’t you hate it when you’re stuck at home on a summer’s day and you check social media to find out your friends are at a music festival? Below are some of the top summer festivals you must check out this summer in the Windy City.     Lollapalooza   Lollapalooza is the premiere [...]

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  • Why I Want to Be a Writer

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted May 22, 2015

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    Let me just start by saying that being a writer is not easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. There’s a lot that goes into be a great writer and many of these things can be learned through experience. I was never a fan of English classes, but as a [...]

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