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My Kind of Woman
My Kind of Woman
Natalie Hmelar and Rachel Ellisen December 23, 2020
The journey of a famous singer and songwriter with local ties and how she uses her influence to advocate women empowerment.
Musical Memories
Musical Memories
Brooke Glasson and Sophia Baginskis December 23, 2020
Everyone has a song they associate with their favorite memory, adding to how they view the world.
Unearthed
Unearthed
Kimi Lillios October 23, 2020
Thelonious Monk’s Palo Alto performance is released half a century after its recording
Pray For Paris
Pray For Paris
Sam Mutz October 21, 2020
Founding member of hip-hop collective Griselda Records——Westside Gunn expands on his signature sound with Pray For Paris.
GoodFastCheap gathers for the first time in a while to play for neighbors. Photo by Rhys Gwyn.
Music to My Ears
Leslie Aboytes and Emma Joing September 28, 2020
Local bands bring vibrant performances to the community.
All to Myself
All to Myself
Leslie Aboytes and Theo Lim-Jisra June 8, 2020
How gatekeeping, the sense of entitlement to underground artists, is patronizing the music industry and its listeners.
Music & The Mind
Music & The Mind
Zander Darby and Theo Lim-Jisra April 21, 2020
Everyone has their own music taste. Whether it’s pop, rock, country or a mix of genres, studies have shown that there is a possible correlation between your personality and the type of music you listen to.
Enough is Enough.
Enough is Enough.
Bridget Packer and Sophia Baginskis February 7, 2020
With rap being one of the most popular capitalized industries, teens are drawn to the fame and the culture, also exposing them to drug use at a young age. Teens closely follow their favorite rap artists and their influence is slowly changing the minds of what is considered mainstream.
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