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It is my favorite. When it comes to entertainment, don’t compromise on the quality and always use the CDs of …
by Lauren Forster on End of an Era? (MUSIC: Rock & Roll Quarterly)
I also keep music records. It is entertaining hobby. I always prefer to the Easy replication for buying CD, DVD …
by Lauren Forster on Rick Miller (MUSIC: Rock & Roll Quarterly)
Nice article, Godfrey. I hadn't considered the change in alcohol age to coincide with the diminishing local music scene. I …
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90's raleigh-rocker, check out our February 2012 "Corrosion of Conformity: An oral history of 30 years": http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/corrosion… …
by Denise Prickett on Talking about our generation (MUSIC: Rock & Roll Quarterly)
So stating a plea that stems from shared experience in this open letter is a left rant? How would you …
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We went here with friends one evening before the theatre. Best New Orleans food we have found in the Raleigh. …
by Dee Oberle on The Big Easy (Wake County)
Everything very unprofessional. They just want to charge you an "revolutionary fee" with all the service making pressure on you. …
by feullies on Blue Note Grill (Durham County)
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