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Michael Miller and His Musical Crusade

On Jan. 24, Michael Miller's Web site diary read, 'It seems like sleeping just gets in the way of things. I could get so much more done if I didn't ha

Blender Magazine is Maxium’s Ode to Pop Culture

OK, I'm going to go out on a limb here and make the claim that many guys aren't huge fans of Valentine's Day. I'm not saying all

Filter Magazine Is Generous on the Opinion, Easy on the Filter

Trying to get into the minds of fans of 'Music that Sucks,' Mikel Jollett of Filter Magazine braved the crazed emo scene of a Dashboard Confessional s

The Pale: Touring Rockers With Day Jobs

Four average guys from Bellingham, Wash. are not just kicking off their first national tour in 2004. They're also holding down their day jobs.

California Primary Elections Held This March

Wesley Clark and Howard Dean are currently the arguable front-runners for the Democratic Party's presidential nominations. Clark, Dean or another candidate that wins the Democratic...

Street Dogs Got Dropkicked

Savin Hill, just outside of Boston, Mass., is where Mike McColgan, former lead singer of Dropkick Murphys, was born and raised. Hence, it is also the

California Primary Elections Held This March

Candidates for the upcoming presidential election on Nov. 2 are dependent on the results of presidential primary elections, held at the state level to

ReadyMade is This Week’s Ready-to-Read

Thanks to Urban Outfitters and plenty of spare time, one of my roommates learned to knit and is nearly finished with a pink-and-goldenrod scarf.

‘The Fader’ Encompasses All Mediums of Pop Culture

Scouring the magazine racks at Borders, my senses nearly dulled from early Christmas shopping, I was revived by Fiona Apple's name on the cover of The

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