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The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Season 21

Leno’s Last Hurrah: Passing “Tonight Show” Torch to Fallon

Leno was one of a kind. From his inexplicable jaw(parodied hundreds of times), to his fast-paced delivery of material, Jay Leno has been a prominent name in comedy for decades. Surely, The Tonight Show‘s legacy requires a comedian of class, and Leno was definitely a man of class and genuineness. Even Leno said that no one can ever live up to the standards set by the legendary Johnny Carson, but if

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Upcoming Talent: Tech House DJ/Producer jUANiTO (aka John Aguilar)

For almost forever, house music has spoken a universal language as it is predominately the music played worldwide. So many artists strive to make their way into the scene, and it’s a blessing for many to get recognized by even one record label. For jUANiTO (aka John Aguilar), he is very blessed as his music is signed by not one, but eight different record labels. To all the house music fans, particularly those

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The Grammys: Queen B, Spring Trends, and Canadian Mounties

As compared to many of the other recent music performances (coughcough MTV Music Awards coughcough) the performances at the Grammys were fairly impressive this year. However, if the performances didn’t “WOW” you, then the fashion choices of many of the attendees may have. Surprisingly, the 2014 Grammys fashion was more subdued than past years, with a touch of traditional class, significantly less skin and (thankfully) no alien pods. Many ladies

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Jason Aldean Rolls The Night Train Into Manchester [Concert Review]

Country music may be out of season for most, but Jason Aldean is as good as ever in the chilly North East. The concert was held in the little New Hampshire city of Manchester at the Verizon Wireless Arena downtown on the night of January 30th. As a part of his “Night Train Tour”, Aldean’s concert was opened by Tyler Farr and Florida Georgia Line.  It was July of 2013

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New Politics bring Harlem to Boston

New Politics electrified the Sinclair Monday night as their “Harlem, U.S.A.” tour splashed into Boston. New Politics, hailing from Copenhagen, could be described as a funky fusion of punk rock and electronic dance music. Their “fast-paced-f***-it-just-dance” attitude appeals to audiences of all backgrounds, and brings everyone together with their passion for having fun. Along for the ride was the Kentucky-based Sleeper/Agent. The garage-pop group set the mood perfectly for the