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X96: Radio from Hell’s Kerry Jackson, Bill Allred and Gina Barberi broadcast their 10th annual All-Day Show in the Shepherd Union Building on Friday, giving away tickets to concerts and sports events, and featuring bands such as Fictionist and Brumby, a band from Provo. WSU’s radio station, KWCR, teamed up with Radio from Hell, handing […]

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Students from the Weber State University Department of Performing Arts will showcase different opera scenes tomorrow. Spring Opera Scenes is an annual show put on by the Opera Scenes class that alternates between opera scenes and full opera performances. As a preview, the 2014 show includes many scenes from the 2015 opera, “Madame Butterfly” by Giacomo […]

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I really admire female vocalists. Especially ones who don’t belt it out and have power in that way, but instead, songstresses who slowly and quietly build their voices into something truly incredible. Sally Seltmann is this type of songstress. Her 2014 release, “Hey Daydreamer,” brings this Aussie contemporary pop star closer to home. Except for […]

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Kickstarter offers new ways to fund ideas

In a new wave of ideas, businesses and projects are being funded through websites like Kickstarter.com. Kickstarter allows the public to view projects and businesses that need help with funding in order to get them off the ground through pledges to donate. Since Kickstarter.com launched in 2009, over $1 billion has been pledged by more […]

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Being put in a trance by steady dreamlike instrumentals is only the beginning of War on Drugs’ suitably titled album, “Lost in the Dream.” I’m a fan of their last album, “Slave Ambient,” and it’s always nice to see an artist define what is new in their music. Coming from Philadelphia, War on Drugs brings […]

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Before coming off like a band with a sound that is all too familiar, Desert Noises brings listeners back to their original intentions of Western-style rock-n-roll in their brand-new release, “27 Ways.” Here is my fangirl disclaimer: I’ve been a huge fan of Desert Noises since 2011, when the boys came up to a local […]

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