America, You Were Our Idol, but it’s Time to Say Farewell

America, You Were Our Idol, but it’s Time to Say Farewell

“American Idol,” has aired on the public television station, Fox Entertainment, for 15 years, and once the winners are announced this season, the series will say its final farewells. In June 2002, Simon Fuller created “American Idol,” produced by 19 Entertainment, and it became one of the first singing competition show. Fuller is known for managing the Spice Girls and producing “So You […]

The Guitar Lesson

The Guitar Lesson

As a senior at Notre Dame College, I have spent the last four years of my life here. I came in as a freshman and am graduating as a four-year senior, which let’s face it, is terrifying and exciting all at the same time. But what I really wanted to talk about is the one […]

Internships are the New Orange

Internships are the New Orange

As I am approaching the end of my college career, I think back on the last four years and realize that it went almost as fast as the Dragster at Cedar Point. When I started my freshman year at Notre Dame, I was pretty clueless about what I wanted to do with my so-called “life.” […]

O-H-I-O is for Lovers and Rock and Roll

O-H-I-O is for Lovers and Rock and Roll

When you hear about famous bands, and artists, you generally associate the names with LA, New York, Chicago and all the other big name cities. Now, Cleveland is a fairly known city around the world, so it makes sense that some bands got their start here. Unlike some states, Ohio is home. A place where […]

Back To The Future: Heart Addition 2015

When I was in middle school, around the age of roughly 12, right before I hit the all time low of life known as adolescence, my best friend introduced me to a band. At the time I was only slightly fascinated by their music. Not that I am denying their looks or anything like that. Now lets fast […]

You Will Always Have Those 5 Seconds of Summer

You Will Always Have Those 5 Seconds of Summer

Even though summer has officially come to an end here in Northeast Ohio, we still have the hope that next year there will be another 5 Seconds of Summer. That sounds good and feels good. So now that I have officially become THAT writer, on Oct. 23 the Australian heartthrobs, also known as the One Direction […]

Make ‘Em Laugh: Being a Dysfunctional Weirdo can be a Good Thing

Make ‘Em Laugh: Being a Dysfunctional Weirdo can be a Good Thing

On Oct. 1 Notre Dame College welcomed comedian and Detroit, Mich., native Sidney Smith, who took the College by storm with his energetic and truthful comedy techniques. Those who could not attend this homecoming event, here is a recap of what you might have missed. He told classic jokes about everyday life that made us all laugh. […]

Upcoming Shows in the Area

Upcoming Shows in the Area

The Grog Shop Fri. Oct. 2 | 9 p.m. (8 p.m. door) Alloy X Showcase / Smoke Screen / Urbindex / Ghost Noises / A/V / Adab Sat. Oct. 3 | 9 p.m. (8 p.m. door) The Internet / Nicky Davey / Marcus Alan Ward Wed. Oct. 7 | 8 p.m.(7 p.m. door) Skizzy Mars Fri. Oct. 9 | 10 […]

We Are Harlot is not in Denial

We Are Harlot is not in Denial

Even though many fans are still bitter about Danny Worsnop’s departure from punk alternative band “Asking Alexandria,” his new group We Are Harlot is a band worth recognizing. In We Are Harlot Worsnop is making music alongside his friends Bruno Agra, Jeff George and Brian Weaver. Worsnop has the voice of a rocker and now backed-up by musicians, the […]

The Maine Releases Sixth Album “American Candy”

The Maine Releases Sixth Album “American Candy”

As I sit here on a Thursday night, listening to “American Candy,” which was recently released from The Maine, I am overcome with a feeling of happiness. The Maine released their first album “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop in 2008. In 2010, “Black and White” was released, followed by “Pioneer” in 2011.  Three years later in […]