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The next big blockbusters: 2013 movie preview

This year promises to be full of highly anticipated releases, ranging from familiar sequels to groundbreaking originals. To help you navigate through the crowded listings, here are some of our picks for the movies you should keep an eye out for in 2013. “Only God Forgives” March 28 Director Nicolas Winding Refn follows up his…

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‘Cloud Atlas’ an intricate, enlightening journey

The best word to describe “Cloud Atlas” is big: big stars, big running time, big budget, big ideas, big ambition. There’s even too much movie to be contained in a typical trailer – an extended, almost six-minute version online is the only real way to get a grasp of what this film is all about….

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Awesome New Republic talks band, tour, music industry

Awesome New Republic, or ANR, is an up-and-coming indie rock band made up of UM Frost School of Music alumni Michael John Hancock and Brian Robertson. After graduating in 2004 and 2005 respectively, the duo has released several albums and been featured in The New York Times, as well as the music sites Pitchfork and…

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Show about college grads gains following

“Workaholics” handed out free passes on campus to their promotional tour when it hit the Fillmore Miami Beach in March. Hardly anyone knew what the show was then, but in just six months, the Comedy Central show has exploded in popularity among college students. Now in its second season on Comedy Central, “Workaholics” is a…

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Gosling’s “Drive” surprises

When we heard that Ryan Gosling would be playing a Hollywood stunt driver who’d turn into a criminal getaway driver, we pictured The Transporter mixed with The Italian Job. Then, the film opened with an action sequence as intense as it was artistic, devoid of music and replaced instead by the pounding in my chest. Our expectations were…

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Service alters music industry

The music industry in the U.S. changed forever this summer. Imagine being able to listen to any song for free. Now, imagine being able to do this legally and guilt-free, knowing the artists are financially compensated for your indulgence. That is exactly what happened with the U.S. launch of the music streaming service called Spotify…

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