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What’s good on Netflix

If you’re anything like me then there has been many a time where you went to Netflix and browsed and browsed only to find nothing of interest and then gave…

Music to my ears

Tyler, Amine, Jay-Z, Nav and Metro Boomin, This summer was one for the books, or more like headphones, since so many unique albums were released. The music industry is slowly…

The Curious Charm of Arthur Pepper by Phraedra Patrick

The Curious Charm of Arthur Pepper by Phraedra Patrick

About the Author: From stained glass artist and professional Marketer to full-time novelist- Phraedra Patrick is lapped in experiences, qualifying her to author whimsical adventures. Patrick’s passion for writing easily…

First album is one for the records

As a Mexican music fanatic, I find myself so incredibly proud and excited when I see Mexican bands rising despite the annoying perceptions and stereotypes that have surrounded Mexican music…

Book review: Grace Not Perfection by Emily Ley

Book review: Grace Not Perfection by Emily Ley

Author Emily Ley is passionate and devoted to her aspirations. After obtaining degrees, in English and public administration, Ley made a bold life-changing decision. She got married, quit both of…

Ice Choir album throwback to 1980

Ice Choir is the definition of music outside of its age. The best description for its sound is a modern trip back to the 1980’s synthpop; and a similar voice…

Book review: The Blue by Lucy Clarke

A wanderlust traveler, passionate diarist, and proud owner of a first class degree in English Literature, Clarke is a naturally gifted full-time novelist. Native to the south coast of England,…

Midnight Faces album courses through veins

One of my favorite things about being the music director for WPFS 105.9, Proud Fighting Scots Radio, is discovering new music that intoxicates me—almost literally. The few minutes of pleasure…