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Elephante Brings Dreamy Beats to the HUB

The energy was already high nearly an hour before Elephante came on, and the Hub filled up quickly for the sold-out show.
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It’s Lit!: Fear and Loathing (and God) in Literature

This week, Natalie Noblett takes on Alida Nugent’s in-your-face but wildly fun Don't Worry, It Gets Worse while Allie Graydon reflects on Neil Gaiman's modern rendering of ancient myths in American ...
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Switchfoot and Relient K Rock the Arlington

Energy surged through the crowd as fans of both groups moved and sung along to new songs and favorite hits alike.
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Sarah Jones Brings Stories to Campbell

In a time when the objectification and exploitation of women has increasingly become a popular debate in regards to, well, prominent people in our society, Sarah Jones’s performance felt highly fitt...
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The Atomics Are a Blast from the Past

Not only are these siblings taking the music industry by storm, but also the modeling world.
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Tracks of the Month: January 2017

At the end of each calendar month, Artsweek takes a look at new tracks that stood out and made a place in our playlists.
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Bill T. Jones Unleashes Narratives at Granada

Jones’ strong voice cut through the theater as he read his stories, which varied greatly across subjects, themes, time periods and locations.
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Hitchcock Channeled Through Music’s Rhythmic Ghost

“Blackmail” is the perfect film for which Michael Mortilla to compose to. Its challenges in balance, from tone to pace, keep Mortilla’s ever changing melody on its toes.
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Favianna Rodgriguez Illuminates the MultiCultural Center

In present times, artists and activists like Rodriguez are as important and integral to social justice as ever. The rights of many are lost in a state of vulnerability.
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The Friday Review: I See You by the xx

For fans of the xx’s previous work, this album keeps their atmospheric instrumentation and their oft-touched themes of love and loneliness.
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5 Movies That You May Have Missed in 2016

With the year finally over and Oscar season quickly approaching, it’s important to take a look back at some of the great films Artsweek didn’t have a chance to review, or films you maybe didn’t ...
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Dawes, Dad Rock and the Modern Meaning of Genre

Genres are, in fact, boxes; they’re compartmentalized for conveniently choosing what we want to consume in a culture constantly flooded with new music. However, some music is best created by challen...
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‘Arrival’ Makes a Smooth Landing at Pollock

'Arrival' stresses the coming together of people in spite of differences, the circularity and recurring connections of all things.
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‘La La Land’: A Hollywood Story Turned to Cinematic Gold

Los Angeles is essentially its own living and breathing character, leading the audience to believe that the film is as extravagant as the city itself.
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Artsweek’s Favorite Albums of 2016

All in all, 2016 was one hell of a year. And, as with any particularly tumultuous time, it left us with some amazing music.
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