Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

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This week on the show, we’ve got your covered. We’ll be genre-bending all your favorite songs as everything we're playing is a cover. 

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Tonight, Notre Dame Regional High School will be opening their musical weekend with the Stephen Sondheim classic: “Into the Woods.” Adapted from the book with the same name, the show is known for its whimsical inclusion and crossing of storybook characters from the Brothers Grimm.

While the plot line is pretty goofy, the students involved have learned about themselves, and the harsh reality of getting what you want. It starts off like most fairy tales, but that’s where the normalcy ends.

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As a child Jake Xerxes Fussell would accompany his folklorist father as he documented the lives and music of bluesmen of the south. Fussell developed an appreciation for Americana himself and records songs of a byegone era. His latest album is titled What in the Natural World

Shane Burke

In this episode of Reel Talk, Collin and Peter discuss the new film, Power Rangers, and provide their thoughts. Does it hold up to they originals? Did this film bring the nostalgia? Plus, their first reactions from the new teaser trailer for Stephen King's IT. You can hear all that and more on this episode of Reel Talk. We'll see you at the movies. 

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Dirty Projectors have released their first album following the romantic and musical separation of bandmates David Longstreth and Amber Coffman. Not to get all TMZ on you, but Longstreth decided to continue with the Dirty Projectors and is rather upfront about this being a breakup record. The following is a link to an episode of the Song Exploder podcast, with Longstreth discussing his song "Up In Hudson."