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UK ensembles to host concert in Haggin Field

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Staff Report “Before Dark,” the 2nd annual outdoor, fall-themed concert with UK a cappella ensembles Paws and Listen and the acoUstiKats will take place Thursday in Haggin Field at 6 p.m., according to a news release. The concert will feature the 2008 Z-Rock 103.3’s “Battle of the Band” winner, Jonathan’s Machete, and will include several […]

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WRFL 88.1 FM most-played albums of the week

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1. Laika and the Cosmonauts, “Cosmopolis” 2. Rainbow Arabia, “The Basta (EP)” 3. Deerhoof, “Offend Maggie” 4. TV on the Radio, “Dear Science” 5. Melvins, “Nude With Boots” 6. Jolie Holland, “The Living and the Dead” 7. Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, “Angles” 8. Brightblack Morning Light, “Motion to Rejoin” 9. Mojomatics, “Don’t Pretend […]

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On tap for week of Oct. 30-Nov. 5

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Thursday The Hold Steady, Drive-By Truckers 8 p.m., Coyotes at City Block, Louisville. Tickets cost $23. In Endeavors, Junior Revolution 9 p.m., The Dame. Tickets cost $5.

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New trailer on Biggie’s life tale

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By Landon Antonetti Whether you call him Notorious B.I.G., Frank White, Big Poppa, The King of New York, Christopher Wallace or simply Biggie, you can’t deny that in 2009 he’s back in a big way. Last Friday, Fox Searchlight Pictures finally let go of the second official movie trailer to their upcoming January 16th release, […]

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Fashion tips for the costume hunt

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By Maggie Lanham It’s that time of the year again. When all fashion sensibilities fly out the window in order to fully celebrate my second favorite holiday of the year — you just can’t beat the Thanksgiving leftovers. With Halloween only two days away, I thought I’d fill you all in on two stores to […]

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By Kristin Stock Undecided voters have a final opportunity to hear the Campus Democrats and Republicans debate on Tuesday, one week before Election Day. Student Activities Board can help undecided voters and those who are uneasy about their chosen candidate make a strong decision for the United States’ future.. Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Memorial […]

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Horror film series revamped as ‘Scarefest’

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By Kelly Wiley As horror movies have hit theaters in celebration of Halloween, the Student Activities Board and the Late Night Film Series are teaming up to give students the chance to see four classic scary movies. “Scarefest,” the two-night, four-movie series, starts Tuesday with “Jaws” and “The Exorcist.” On Wednesday, SAB will show “The […]

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By Landon Antonetti Throughout the semester, Landon Antonetti will highlight the best in hip-hop music and culture from 1996 as part of the series, “In RETROspect: ‘96 Edition.” The year was 1996, my best friend who lived down the street was the only one I knew with a Playstation, Bill Clinton was president again, the […]

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By Polly Radford Wayward bad boys of bluegrass Old Crow Medicine Show leave the street singing scene behind in favor of the pitch-perfect technology of the recording studio on their third album “Tennessee   Pusher.” While this makes for clearer recording and CD quality, some listeners may think that the recording has taken away from […]

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Book gives the skinny on diets

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By Kylie Burness It’s tempting, as my friend waves her Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger from Wendy’s in front of my face. About a year ago, I ordered everything off the wonderful dollar menu in one pass through the drive through, from five-piece chicken nuggets, to the “J.B.C” and chicken sandwiches. But last March my life was […]

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