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(Photo courtesy of Flickr / Colby Sharp. April 28, 2014)

The history-making 2023 Grammy Awards

For the first time in three years, the 65th Annual Grammy Awards was held live and in-person in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. It was a monumental award’s ceremony with 12 Grammys awarded, 12 performances and multiple history-making moments. 

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“Moe Fields” was published on May 8, 2021 (photo Courtesy of Amazon Books).

‘Moe Fields’ book review: The power of perseverance

“Moe Fields,” written by ‘72 alum Stuart Goldstein, is a biography about Morris “Murray” Goldman and the lives of his sons, Alan, Zachary and Gary. The novel charts Morris’ experiences through his adolescence during the Great Depression to his death in the 1970s and follows the lives of his children into the 1980s.

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(Photo courtesy of Netflix)

‘Glass Onion’ unravels another brilliant Knives Out mystery

The original “Knives Out” movie is one of my favorite films ever, so when it was announced that director Rian Johnson would be back for a sequel on Netflix, I was over the moon. I was even more excited to learn that “Glass Onion” would be in theaters this week only for an early screening before it premieres on Netflix on Dec. 23. My expectations were high since this was a follow-up to a movie near and dear to my heart and Johnson is one of my favorite directors. Thankfully, those expectations were somehow exceeded as this film still blew me away.

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(Photo courtesy of Andrew Cislak/The College of New Jersey)

The unique Bassoon Ensemble at the College

Playing any instrument has its challenges. The bassoon, however, is particularly challenging. This contributes to the uniqueness of the instrument and simultaneously increases the opportunity for success. The College is home to an entire group of bassoonists.

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