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Review: Friends With Benefits

Jessica Bader: From the moment I first saw a preview of Friends With Benefits, I knew I had to see it (which is saying a lot – I can usually count my annual trips to the movie theater on one hand). It seemed different from all of the other rom-coms, with at least as much focus on the comedy as the romance and protagonists who talked and behaved like real people. Friends With Benefits didn’t just meet the high expectations I had – it surpassed them. Continue reading

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Auto-Tune: Part of the Artist’s Toolbox/No Cher, I Don’t Believe

Different forms of vocal and instrumental manipulation have been used for decades in pop music and the feigned outrage over Auto-Tune comes from a lack of historical perspective.

STEPHON JOHNSON: Certain songs make you think of certain times in popular…

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