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Indelible: Permanence and Photography

Indelible: Permanence and Photography

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09/05/2014

We use photography to make a moment concrete, perfectly capture a scene, or preserve the fleeting burnt oranges and deep royal purples of a setting sunset. We are on the perpetual quest for the ideal view, setting, angle, and light, so that what we see can be transformed into a tangible, handheld snapshot. However, what…

Critical Voices: Maroon 5, V

Critical Voices: Maroon 5, V

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09/04/2014

Most every person walking around this campus has at least heard of the band Maroon 5, but only avid fans know that this wildly successful pop band actually found its beginnings in a small rock band in the ‘90s, Kara’s Flowers. This band released its first and only album as Kara’s Flowers while the members…

A Case for the Classics:Seven Samurai

A Case for the Classics:Seven Samurai

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09/03/2014

A small village, barely surviving on its meager rice and barley fields, is beset by bandits. Given a promise of another raid after the harvest season, the villagers desperately plan their defense. Knowing they cannot chase off the bandits on their own, several villagers travel to the nearby town, searching for armed assistance. Through some…

Critical Voices: In the Valley Below, The Belt

Critical Voices: In the Valley Below, The Belt

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09/03/2014

It is finally here. After over a year since the release of their debut single “Peaches,” duo band In the Valley Below has released their first official LP titled, The Belt. Based on their popular indie-pop alternative, progressive folk single, I was expecting something much different from The Belt. Angela Gail and Jeffrey Jacob heavily…

A House of Cards : DC and the Media

A House of Cards : DC and the Media

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09/02/2014

Note: This article contains spoliers from the second season of House of Cards.  William Shakespeare’s Richard III has sat on my bookshelf gathering dust all summer. In the spirit of those lackadaisical few months before a return to Georgetown, who needs the Bard when you have Netflix—especially when one of the site’s best original offerings, the Emmy-lauded House…

The Cinematic Gems of the Summer

The Cinematic Gems of the Summer

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09/02/2014

It’s difficult to describe this year in terms of film, because for the most part, the first half ’s been relatively lackluster, with only a few “hits” worth mentioning, such as Wes Anderson’s dark farce The Grand Budapest Hotel or the surprisingly hilarious 2-hour advertisement that was The Lego Movie by Phil Lord and Christopher…

On the Record: Kick back with Peter Fanone!

On the Record: Kick back with Peter Fanone!

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09/01/2014

  Peter Fanone (Col ‘17) is a double major in Theater and Government with a minor in Italian.  He’ll be performing at Kickback today. I sat down with Peter this weekend to talk about his musical style and his set for Kickback. How did you first get interested in music? It all started when I…

The Weekly List: Boyhood

The Weekly List: Boyhood

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09/01/2014

[8tracks url=”http://8tracks.com/mkb108/weekly-list” ] Hey guys and welcome to my first attempt at the Weekly List! My inspiration for this week’s playlist comes from the film Boyhood and that introspective happy-sad mood it evokes. Released on July 11, Richard Linklater’s hit independent film is a thought-provoking journey that took 12 years to make. It follows the…

An Alexandrian Oasis

An Alexandrian Oasis

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08/29/2014

After an exhausting drive from Boston, Massachusetts to Georgetown and an afternoon of moving heavy boxes into my room, my mom and I felt ready for a relaxing evening. So, instead of booking a hotel downtown or in Rosslyn as close to campus as possible, we decided to stay in Alexandria, Virginia. Exploring a different…

The Death of Death Cab?

The Death of Death Cab?

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08/29/2014

There’s something about Seattle, Washington and the surrounding area that breeds angsty musical prowress like nowhere else. The city has given birth to artists such as Nirvana, Modest Mouse, Eddie Vedder, Band of Horses, the Head and the Heart, and many others. And it was 17 years ago that out of this creative power house…

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