The Last of the Drifters

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VRG: ‘Afraid To Love’

We sat down with musician VRG to talk about his latest release ‘Afraid To Love’, which releases February 12th, and his process on creating the music we grow with.

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Marvel Goes Queer!

Marvel With The First Leading Gay Movie Super Hero. It is no surpirse Marvel has a history of firsts. With recent successes like Black Panther for a “first” and their Captain Marvel  which was led entirely by a female superhero for another “first”. Their is a supposed leak by That Hashtag Show, claiming an anonymous source over at Marvel says “they are looking for an openly gay actor of any ethnicity to bring into the MCU.” Lets remember that queer characteristics in Marvel characters is not new. They have characters like Mystique in X-Men or Young Avengers’s America Chavez. This

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[cred: californiabeaches.com]

The Long Road To Forgiving Myself

Learning and forgiving. “Although you should not erase your responsibility for the past, when you make the past your jailer, you destroy your future. It is such a great moment of liberation when you learn to forgive yourself, let the burden go, and walk out into a new path of promise and possibility.”–John O’Donohue For me, the past few years have been filled with everything. Heartbreak, building myself back up again, learning to trust and trying harder to make things work. Getting out of pointless relationships, occasional hookups, losing friends and making new friends. From being married, making bad decisions,

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[Every Time I Die, courtesy of Epitaph Records]

Inside Look: Every Time I Die, Turnstile, Angel Du$t, Vein

The Orpheum Tampa – show review Every Time I Die, touring hardcore veterans, had developed a Nationwide tour in celebration of their twenty years of being a band. And the show proved to be as relentlessly energetic, as crowds were expecting it to be. A chilly Monday night beckoned showgoers at The Orpheum in Ybor City, Tampa. Crowds in attendance to witness a hardcore show unlike any that the city has seen. Vein opened the show with a remarkably well-received set that left a daunting precedent for all the acts that followed. The Boston natives bulldozed through their twenty minute

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China Made An Artificial Star 6 Times Hotter Than The Sun

Star and Nuclear Fusion A man made star, let’s imagine for a second that we could replace fossil fuels with our very own stars. And no, we’re not talking about solar power. We’re talking about nuclear fusion. And right now China is working on a fusion reactor that is 6 times hotter than the sun.

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[Hitler & Morell via History.com]

The Drugs That Fueled Nazi Germany

Drug Use Within The Nazis’ Regime We all either know someone or have seen and heard of someone addicted to a drug. Some drugs have unknown origins and others have very obvious histories. For example, methamphetamine, better known as crystal meth. Meth is not only a popular drug of choice in the 21st century but it traces back to the early 1940s. Methamphetamine was distributed by the millions in pill form to the Wehrmacht troops before the extreme invasion of France in 1940. A drug developed by The Temmler Pharmaceutical Company, based in Berlin, Pervitin. Pervitin was first introduced in

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[Lucas Starr via GoFundMe]

Lucas Starr Dead At 34

Lucas Starr, rest in peace. According to Metal Injection, founding member and bassist for Oh, Sleeper, Lucas Starr has died at the age of 34. The Late musician passed early on Dec 7th. This was following a few months after he was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. Prior to leaving the band Lucas played and toured on the band’s first two albums. Later deciding to part with the band in late 2011. Lucas played a show a couple months back on October 19th. The show was a benefit for Starr, where all proceeds went to his ongoing battle with

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