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Roxanne Tellier – Panic, Packing, and Pagliaro

Posted in Opinion, Review with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 2, 2016 by segarini

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So .. I’m five weeks out of leaving this house, and utterly, utterly frozen in a paralysis of what comes next. Where will I be living? Still trying to figure that out.  What do I do with all of this STUFF .. so much on the go, it’s like living in  the largest and untidiest stress bubble on the planet.

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Pat Blythe: 2015 – A Year in Summation

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Personally it’s been, indubitably, a year of massive, incredible change….a complete turnaround….a 360….that’s two 180’s, and I’m still spinning. It’s been jam packed full of opportunities, challenges, reconnections, new connections, bags of music, loads of dancing, early mornings, late nights, no sleep, G&T’s, club hopping, previews and reviews, outdoor patios, fast food, fine dining, ear-splitting bands, (did I mention dancing), photo shoots, video shoots and writing. Okay, deep breath, plunging in, here we go….the year in review. Really!! ….and WELCOME BACK!

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Nadia Elharadly: Fanatic Fantasies can come true

Posted in Opinion with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 21, 2012 by segarini

This past week I realized without a shadow of a doubt that I am a fangirl.  It’s not any individual or group that triggers that buried aspect of my personality; it’s just one band, and that band is Soundgarden.  I’ve loved this band since I was barely a teenager.  If you asked my teenaged self what I wanted more than anything in the world, I would have said a tie between two things:  to see Soundgarden play the music I loved so much live and, and maybe, JUST maybe, to actually meet the band in person.  And thanks to a series of planned miracles, last week I got to do not one, but both of those things.

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