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Yeah Yeah Yeahs follow up with flawed new record

There are few things worse then a long-awaited album being a dud. Coming from the normally fantastic Yeah Yeah Yeahs, “It’s Blitz!” is a travesty. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs exploded onto the scene in 2005 with “Fever to Tell,” an uncut and savagely refreshing rock…

Solid cast rounds out “Adventureland”

Amusement parks are seen as a great way to waste a summer day – thrilling, run-down rides, addicting yet rigged games and fatty, yet tasty food. Chances are, though, no one fantasizes about spending an entire summer vacation working there. “Adventureland” centers on James Brennan,…

artSHAPEDlife combines creativity with therapy

Therapy and counseling can take many forms, including one-on-one analysis, individual thought and group therapy. But a new form of psychoanalysis is emerging – art therapy. It has helped many overcome trauma, difficult relationships and behavioral issues by allowing the participant to express thoughts through…

We The Living showcases talent in Lydia’s Lounge

Lydia’s Lounge may just be the best-kept secret on campus.  From nationally recognized stand-up comics and inspiring poets to surging bands eager to share their music with new audiences, the generous free entertainment offered to Bradley students (yep, no money needed for most of these…

The Dead Weather displays new shade of white

Of all the words you can use to describe Jack White, predictable is not one of them. He’s an actor and one-time upholsterer, but he’s mostly revered for his involvement in several genre-crossing musical endeavors since the early 1990s. There was the Grammy-winning rock duo,…

Popular radio hits get punk rock treatment

This month, the latest in the “Punk Goes” series was released and was well worth the wait. The compilation series features punk and indie-rock bands covering different songs from specific genres and/or time periods of music. The newest in the series, “Punk Goes Pop 2,”…

Rudd, Segel a perfect match in I Love You Man

We live in a golden age of comedy, my friends. Where we once saw Ben Stiller, we now see Paul Rudd. (Yes, I miss seeing Owen Wilson in blockbuster comedies, too, but we all have to make sacrifices). “I Love You, Man” is yet another…

Voice Picks Favorite One-Hit-Wonders

So we’re sitting here wondering “Whatever happened to Biz Markie?” Turns out, the one-hit-wonder  contributes his talents to the Nick Jr. television block on a regular basis. Naturally we wanted to know more.  We’ve compiled a list of our favorite one-hit-wonders, and where they are…

“New In Town” charming, yet familiar romantic comedy

“New In Town,” directed by Jonas Elmer, is a standard, formulaic romantic comedy. Co-written by “Sweet Home Alabama” writer C. Jay Cox, “New In Town” is a must-see for chick-flick fans. It all starts when Lucy Hill (Renee Zellweger), a rising star in her company,…

Essential Albums: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

I think every American boy from age eight to 10 is obsessed with kung-fu. From “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” to the Super Nintendo classic “Street Fighter,” martial arts seems to be the pinnacle of refined cool. So as I picked up “Yoshimi Battles the Pink…

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