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Concert Preview: Red Hot Chili Peppers

(04/05/17 9:00pm)

The California-based Red Hot Chili Peppers have been a mainstay in the music industry since the 1990s with a funk-laced rock sound that refuses to get tired. The band’s latest tour, for its 2016 album "The Getaway", will bring the group to the Verizon Center on April 12. Some of the band’s most famous songs include “Can’t Stop,” “Californication” and “Dani California”; hits that are still heard on the radio today.









How to maintain self-care during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

(04/03/17 4:46pm)

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Nationwide, activists and advocates are taking action to counteract and raise awareness for sexual violence. This month, while amazingly informative and impactful, can be challenging for advocates, survivors and allies. As a person who works on these issues, I know the month can be emotionally and physically taxing. Wellness is necessary for our sustainable activism.








Intimate and vulnerable: Bon Iver’s “22, A Million”

(10/26/16 2:28pm)

When indie-folk band Bon Iver arrived on the music scene in 2007 with the release of “For Emma, Forever Ago,” critics latched to the melancholic vocals. Led by singer-songwriter Justin Vernon, the track “Skinny Love” gained popularity and critical attention, cementing Bon Iver’s legacy in a single album. “For Emma, Forever Ago” was followed by the self-titled “Bon Iver,” released in 2011. Another five years later, Bon Iver has returned.