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Nick Gavio

Thank You, Sam Hinkie

The past week has been beautiful for Philadelphia 76ers fans. On Friday evening, ESPN’s Marc Stein and Zach Lowe reported that the Boston Celtics and ...



Jon Block

Concert Preview: The Districts, August 18, 9:30 Club

Fresh off the release of their third studio album, Popular Manipulations, the Districts are headed to the 9:30 club for a show on Friday, August 18. The Philadelphia-based rock band’s current lineup consists of guitarist and vocalist Rob Grote, bassist Connor Jacobus, drummer Braden Lawrence, and guitarist Pat Cassidy. The band’s sound blends a touch...
Anne Paglia

Critical Voices: Arcade Fire, Everything Now

During the past few months, there were indications that Arcade Fire was nearing the brink of a 2007-Britney-Spears style meltdown. In addition to developing a tendency to refer to their band in the third person on Twitter, Arcade Fire pulled a series of bizarre promotional stunts, like emailing concertgoers about show dress codes and advertising...
Brynne Long

Despite Big Names, The Dark Tower Lacks Development and Excitement

Films with child leads don’t always do well at gaining adult audiences. Director Nikolaj Arcel’s The Dark Tower hit theaters on August 4 and has already attracted large audiences, likely with the help of promotional materials featuring Matthew McConaughey (the Man in Black) and Idris Elba (Roland). However, these posters lack the face of the...
Amy Guay

Concert Review: Tank and The Bangas, July 21, Songbyrd Music House

The must-watch video that won Tank and The Bangas NPR’s 2017 Tiny Desk Contest offers just a fraction of the contagious energy they brought to their concert at Adams Morgan’s Songbyrd Record Cafe and Music House on July 21. And considering how irresistibly joyful the video is, that’s saying something. With front woman Tarriona “Tank”...


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Beau Dealy

The Monster Under the Bed

A little more than a year ago today, as I sat vigilantly at my post at Reynolds carrying out my oath as a student guard (the few, the proud) to protect the Georgetown community, I answered a call from my mom. Her tone was hurried and hushed. She was calling to let me know that...
Sienna Brancato

“Adjusting” Perceptions of Chiropractic

I am constantly amazed by the body’s natural, inborn healing ability. It’s incredible to think about all the functions our bodies perform without us even realizing it. I grew up with a deep respect for the human body. My dad is a chiropractor, and from him I received regular chiropractic treatment (adjustments) and learned about...
Allison Pfotzer

Cultural Switch-Ups: Reproductive Rights in Chile

When you see Instagram posts of people’s study abroad experiences, you never see the 2 a.m. Wednesday night faces of desperation as gringos try to decipher jumbled streams of slang and typos in different languages. You don’t see your fellow type-A Hoyas throwing their Google Calendars to the side as they beg their new classmates...


Caitlin Mannering

What is Pod May Never Die: Not Eastwatch

Hosts Caitlin Mannering and Jon Block are joined by guest Devon Schmidt to discuss Game of Thrones episode five “Eastwatch,” although it should have been named “Not Eastwatch.” Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
Nick Gavio

The Sports Sermon: MLB Trade Deadline and Season Update

Welcome to the Sports Sermon, the Voice‘s global sports podcast. In this episode, Nick Gavio is joined by Chris Dunn and Graham Piro to discuss the MLB Trade Deadline and its implications on the remainder of the season. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
Jon Block

What is Pod May Never Die: Field of Fire

In this installment of What is Pod May Never Die, Jon Block, Caitlin Mannering, and Garrett Hinck discuss the thrilling fourth episode of Game of Thrones season seven. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
Tyler Pearre and Parker Houston

The Best of Rap in the Year So Far

2017 has been a strange year for rap. With blockbuster projects from some of the biggest names in the game (and lesser-known artists) dropping seemingly weekly, it can be difficult to discern what has made a distinct mark on the game this year. Sort it all out with Halftime Leisure’s definitive (read: completely subjective) ranking...


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