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Dear Robin Short

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I have to give you credit for having a set of balls because it’s a very sticky situation to crap on Newfoundland and Labrador. We come out with pitchforks and torches a blazing. I don’t have a tendency to generalize any group of people, but I gotta say we are the most defensive province in the country. Reasonably so, because since confederation there has been an arrogance that steamed over us from the mainland. A sense of superiority from the upper echelons who reminded us of our lack of money and were backed by a federal government who has a tendency to forget we even exist and a country that believes we lack intelligence and education. It’s been a tough…

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The KRIS Guide To Turning 30 (feat JAY Z & Britney Spears)

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My birthday, which I have blasphemously referred to as KRISmas is fast approaching. This is going to be a big one; KRISmas XXX (that’s thirty in Roman numerals for those of you who didn’t grow up watching WrestleMania and in case you have a dirty mind…). The thought of thirty has been looming for a while now. I have had a few friends who joined that club already and it has been in the back of my mind for the last few years; in fact, I’ve been struggling with my age since I hit a quarter century. My friend, the blossoming YouTube star that I wrote about earlier this year turned thirty in January and shared thirty things she learned…

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Souled Out: Why Can’t I Get Tickets To That Concert?

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I decided to steal, or actually, mock the title of an article I came across last Sunday about how Bono is basically super unholy and tries to mask himself as a Christian in order to lead people away from the church. I threw up a bunch and couldn’t finish the article and I will not link to the ridiculousness in order to save your lunches and hope in humanity. I don’t believe in God and I definitely don’t believe in the Devil but if there were such a guy, he quite possibly could be the CEO of a little company called Ticketmaster. Yes, I’m firing shots at Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster is essentially a monopoly. If you want tickets to a concert…

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Record Store Day 2017

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It’s been about seven years since I first heard of Record Store Day and even then, I didn’t know too much about it other than the fact that my favorite band in the entire galaxy U2, was releasing a limited edition (of only five thousand to be exact) EPs on vinyl for Record Store Day’s “Back To Black Friday” initiative. At the time, I didn’t even own a record player, but I contacted our local record store, Fred’s and asked if they were getting any copies of this collectible item in. That’s all I thought of Wide Awake In Europe; a collectible item. Black Friday came and went and I got my hands on the record. The EP’s sleeve was…

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Lucas Hanrahan launches debut album: Marriages

in Arts & Culture by
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The story of musician Lucas Hanrahan is an impressive one to say the least. The 24-year-old has been rocking out for nearly twelve years and he has a hefty musical history under his belt. As someone who has been dedicated to his art form for half of his life, Hanrahan has kept music as a priority even in the busiest times of his every day.

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