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“Europapa” and “We Will Rave” : The Current Update on Eurovision

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Eurovision, the competition that marked the beginnings of the careers of musical artists including Celine Dion and ABBA, is once again starting up across the pond. This year of Eurovision marks the 68th edition of the competition. Each year, the nations who compete will personally select a representative to compete with an original song, which is typically selected through a national level musical competition in early spring.

Niall Horan Begins His ‘The Show: Live On Tour’ Tour

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Former member of One Direction, Niall Horan, began his first tour since 2018 this past month. “It’s been a long time since I last toured and I cannot thank you enough for welcoming me back with open arms and selling out all these dates,” says Horan in an Instagram caption. The tour is titled “The Show: Live On Tour” in regards to his new studio album, The Show, which was released in June 2023.

North High Got “Serious” for Legally Blonde

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On March 14th, 15th, and 16th, Williamsville North High School performed the musical Legally Blonde to resounding success.

Metamorph: The Revolutionary Art of Lee Taemin

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Metamorph, Taemin’s first solo concert since his return from military enlistment in April 2023, kicked off December 16 and 17, 2023, at the Incheon Inspire Arena

In Case You Missed it! The Biggest Moments from Music’s Biggest Night

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It was a big night at the 66th annual Grammys packed with amazing performances and historic wins. So, in case you missed it,  here are the top moments from music’s biggest night. 

The History of Pop

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The origins of pop music can be traced back to the early 20th century, with influences from various musical styles, including jazz, blues, and country. The term "pop" is short for "popular" and refers to music that appeals to a wide audience. Pop music as we know it today began to take shape in the 1950s, with the rise of artists such as Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard, who brought elements of rhythm and blues to a mainstream audience. Their energetic performances and catchy tunes helped establish the foundations of pop music.

Why Read Classic Literature?

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In a world that’s constantly changing, classic literature remains steadfast. These stories hold a certain significance that has stood the test of time. Classics continue to captivate readers across many different generations and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Classics provide a glimpse into the past and serve as a reflection of the present, allowing readers to delve into and lose themselves in timeless themes and universal truths.

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes Review

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In this thrilling prequel to the Hunger Games series, the audience is exposed to the backstory for its notorious villain, Coriolanus Snow. In a world sixty-four years prior to the one Katniss (the main character of the original franchise) experienced, many parts of society, and their life, are different. 

From the Vault: 1989 (Taylor’s Version)

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1989 (Taylor’s Version) has brought us re-recordings of some of Swift’s most well known songs, as well as five never-heard-before songs from the Vault. Here is a breakdown of those five Vault Songs that were in Swift’s rerecording of her album, 1989. 

XDINARY HEROES: Breaking the Break

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On Wednesday, October 11, K-Rock group Xdinary Heroes returned with their intriguing fourth mini-album, Livelock.

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