01. 10. 2014
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Big Screen Streaming: The Maze Runner

Big Screen Streaming: The Maze Runner -Film Review by Roger Market- Hollywood is currently craving film adaptations of young adult “dystopian” novels taking place in frightening and undesirable worlds, often with a teenage...

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25. 09. 2014
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Interrobang

Interrobang -Poems Reviewed by Kendra Bartell- Interrobang, Jessica Piazza’s debut collection, is a work gripped with obsessions. Each poem is either titled after a fear or love of something: Melophobia (fear of music)....

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18. 09. 2014
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Trampled By Turtles

  Trampled by Turtles -Performance Review by Diana Mumford- Charlottesville, Virginia: Trampled by Turtles were a long way from their hometown of Duluth Minnesota when they played at the Jefferson Theater downtown last...

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17. 09. 2014
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Walking Art

  Walking the Arts -Reporting by Eliza Newman-    Los Angeles: Since 2004, the Downtown LA Art Walk has been drawing people to the city’s urban heart on the second Tuesday of every...

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11. 09. 2014
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“Art”

“Art” -Theater Review by Victoria Kennedy-   Baltimore, September 5, 2014: The Vagabond Theatre, in Fells Point, opened its 99th season with a production of “Art” written by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher...

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04. 09. 2014
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Evening Slides

Evening Slides -Poetry and Photography by Eliza Newman-   Boxing With You Hovering under the overpass, we were just kids, senseless teenagers, so selfishly aware. We hung around candy-covered storm drains, insisted we...

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28. 08. 2014
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Big Screen Streaming: Dead Poets Society

Big Screen Streaming: Dead Poets Society -Film Review and Tribute by Roger Market- When Robin Williams died on August 11, 2014, “RIP” messages quoting memorable lines from his movies flooded the media. That...

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20. 08. 2014
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These Things Do Happen

  These Things Do Happen -Book Reviewed by Rachel Wooley- These Things Do Happen, the debut collection by Ian Anderson, consists of five short stories set (mostly) in Baltimore. In four of the...

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14. 08. 2014
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The Pedestrians

The Pedestrians -Book reviewed by Kendra Bartell- “These are really two separate books…” Rachel Zucker, author of The Pedestrians, recently stated in an interview with Tin House. Her new collection of poems is...

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08. 08. 2014
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The Nepotist

The Nepotist -Album Review by Jacob Kresovich-   The Nepotist, originally from Ithaca, New York, is an alt-soul trio currently based in New York City. The band formed in 2011 with brothers Chris...

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