Album Review: Citizen – “Everybody is Going to Heaven”

Much has changed for Citizen in the past two years since releasing their debut full-length, “Youth,” and it shows in their sophomore album “Everybody is Going to Heaven,” which will be released on June 23 through Run for Cover Records. The overall sound of the band has changed, moving away from the aggressive, post-grunge sound…

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Phillies Need to Dump Phillippe Aumont

On Dec. 16, 2009, the Philadelphia Phillies traded Cliff Lee to the Mariners in exchange for three prospects headlined by Phillippe Aumont, a lumbering righty who was ranked 93rd on Baseball America’s Top 100. The deal was surprising at the time, but a year later, Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. looked like a genius…

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Terry Gilliam to Make Don Quixote Movie

Director Terry Gilliam will finally create a film based on Miguel de Cervantes’ book “The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha” 16 years after the plug was pulled on his initial attempt. The film will be released as a part of Gilliam’s contract with Amazon. Gilliam will reportedly begin filming in 2016. In 1999,…

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Dashboard Confessional to Release New Album

While on a break with their co-headlining tour with Third Eye Blind, Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba confirmed with EW  that the band will release another album. “It feels like we’re eager to write, which means there’s probably a new record coming out,” Carrabba said to EW. “Who am I kidding? There’s a new record coming.” Dashboard Confessional has…

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The Red Sox Should be Deadline Buyers

Much like their hated rivals, the New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox enter every season expecting to win it all despite the talent they put on the field. Those expectations are justifiable, the team has won three World Series since breaking the Curse of the Bambino in 2004, their farm system is among the…

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No Michael Oher, You Hurt Your Own Career

Carolina Panthers offensive tackle Michael Oher made headlines yesterday for what he said after getting into a fight with defensive end Kony Ealy at practice. “I’m not trying to prove anything,” Oher told ESPN. “People look at me, and they take things away from me because of a movie. They don’t really see the skills…

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Offseason in Review: Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns had a relatively surprising 2014, starting the season with a 7-4 record and in contention for their second playoff berth since returning to the league in 1999 before fading down the stretch, losing their final five games.

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Steven Stamkos Unhappy with Lightning

Fresh off of a loss in the Stanley Cup Finals, rumors about Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos are already forming. Today, analyst Don Cheery tweeted that Stamkos may skip town in 2016 when he is a free agent.   13) to offers that arrive. I am trying to put this as delicately as I…

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Test of Time: “X-Men”

Sometimes, a film looks great when it is first released, but falls stale years later. Other times, a film is panned in it’s initial release only to become a cult classic and deemed ahead of its time (we’re looking at you, “Scarface!”). Every week, we will re-watch a film that is at least 15 years…

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Team Effort Elevates Warriors in NBA Finals

Sports analysts and media personalities will try to tell the public the NBA Finals turned into Golden State’s favor during the fourth quarter of Game 3. Despite Warriors Head Coach Stever Kerr giving credit of the idea for a small ball line up to his video assistant, it really turned with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter…

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