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Thursday, July 07, 2022

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THE AVENUE  |  MUSIC

Splurge on tickets now, summer fests sell out

Music festivals. The one event where you can ignore the jacked-up water bottle prices and smelly bathrooms (or lack thereof) and just kick back and enjoy being in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by thousands of people who want and love the exact same thing you do: good music. The music festival season is fast approaching, and tickets are selling out quickly. Whether you’re a seasoned music festival expert, or you’ve been itching to try one, here are some of the music festivals worth checking out in 2010:

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THE AVENUE  |  MUSIC

This week on iTunes

For those of you who weren’t tuning into the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver this weekend, you missed the wildly hyped debut of “We Are The World 25 for Haiti.” This 25th anniversary recording featured more than 80 of today’s biggest stars, including musicians and actors. Showcasing the vocals of everyone from Miley Cyrus and Tony Bennett to Mary J. Blige and Lil Wayne; the result is astounding.

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THE AVENUE  |  MOVIES AND TV

The 67th Golden Globes awards

Although the 67th Golden Globes awards aired last Sunday, people are still ranting and raving about them. The Globes, most known for setting the bar for the Oscars, are unique because they not only honor both movies and television, but also differentiate between comedy/musical and drama genres. They are supposed to be known as the most fun and spontaneous awards show for the simple fact that attendees sit at circular tables and wine and dine throughout the ceremony. It's not unheard of for some of the later winners to trip up the stage and slur through their acceptance speeches. This year was no exception. Let's go back, yearbook style, and check out some superlatives of the night.

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