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Carlson says he is inspired by the courage and strength that his students demonstrate in spite of the many hardships college students endure. “I have become a more focused and [an] efficient thinker and speaker thanks to my students,” Carlson said.
Photo illustration by Rick Nease/Detroit Free Press 2011/MCT Campus By Jackson Ly The Guardsman Young adults and children are at a greater risk for hearing loss today than even a couple of ...
Rap/Hip-Hop artist Kae “Hopie” Ranoa discusses her music career at Reina’s Taqueria in San Francisco on Sept. 23. Hopie is set to release her next album “Sugar Water” and ...
By Peter Hernandez. Phil Elverum has found himself in the present with "Clear Moon" wherein sonic environments resemble rolling fog and dense mountaintops without easily falling into a specific genre.
By Peter Hernandez. Introducing Sonic Treatment, where new music releases and live performances will be reviewed.
Peter Hernandez counts down his 10 best albums of 2011.
After some delay Noise Filter is back. And there is a lot of good music around at the moment, so I’m just gonna get right down to it.
So, it’s summer time and that means concert season. The first Stern Grove event of the year is Sunday the 19 and should be a memorable one because Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings are the featured act.