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PopVoice: Season 4, Episode 3

This week, panelists Delaney Facchetti and Casey Parker, joined by Suffolk Voice correspondent Joe Benjamin, discuss upcoming movies, the far-gone Oscar fiasco and other notable moments from the Academy Awards, as well as discuss trending social media and Hollywood happenings. Show Creator: Courtney Colaluca Executive Producers: Matt Brown and Joe Benjamin   ...

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Patriots, Belichick Allergic to Slowing Down

The Patriots have been busy this offseason. Let’s take a quick look at what they have been doing and make some assessments of this.   Let’s start off on offense with the signing of former Colts Tight End Dwayne Allen. This past season Allen posted 406 yards and six touchdowns. Those are some pretty decent numbers to have, as the Pats were looking for someone to be equivalent to Martellus Bennett and be ...

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James Maslow Q&A

Remember Big Time Rush? You know, that band from the hit television show Big Time Rush on Nickelodeon, well James Maslow, one of the former band members, just released his first solo album title How I Like It. James Maslow also just finished his first solo tour in London on March 23rd, 2017. Don’t worry American fans, James Maslow told me that he plans to tour America. I had the opportunity to sit down with ...

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Concert Review: Passenger with The Paper Kites

Snow fell lightly on the heads of concertgoers Friday night at The House of Blues in Boston. A line grew from the door as eager fans shivered in the cold, all for Passenger, who would soon be gracing them with their music. Doors soon opened, 21+ wristbands and X’s were placed on hands; another successful night at HOB commenced. Fans drew themselves to the barricade as the opening act, The Paper Kites, took ...

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TOMBOY Symposium: A Discussion on Women in the Sports World

On Monday March 6th, Ford Hall Forums and CSN presented a symposium about the upcoming multiplatform documentary called TOMBOY. TOMBOY will talk about gender in sports which will mainly concentrate on women’s roles in sports including both reporters and players. The documentary is used to show the struggles that women face in sports as well as the stereotypes that come with being a female in what many peopl ...

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Peterson Might Not be the Ideal Blount Replacement

The Patriots are having a lot of players getting ready to leave for free agency. One of those players is power running back LeGarrette Blount. He has had a good career and is coming off a season high number of touchdowns (18). NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo said that there is an “expectation” that Blount will not return to the Patriots next year.   There is one particular veteran running back who has said ...

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