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'Insidious' stands out from modern horrors

Although you might anticipate the creepy little boy lurking in the background or the dark figure leaping out of the shadows, you can’t help but jump out of your seat when these moments occur.

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'Fiddler on the Roof' full of heart-warming music and meaning

“Fiddler on the Roof” opened at ASU Gammage on Tuesday, retelling the classic story of a Jewish family from a little Russian village that shakes up the town by pushing tradition beyond its boundaries. John Preece continues his run with “Fiddler on the Roof” in this production as Tevye, the leading man and father of five daughters that cause him and the town a bit of grief. From the second song of the show, “Matchmaker, Matchmaker,” Tevye’s eldest daughter proves that she thinks outside the box of her town's tradition.

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Q&A: William Fitzsimmons

Last week, The State Press spoke with Fitzsimmons, talking about everything from his new album to how he got started in music.

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The State Press

Peter Bjorn and John keep it fun with ‘Gimme Some’

Gimme Some Peter Bjorn and John 4/5 Pitchforks Label: Startime International Over the years, Swedish rock group Peter Bjorn and John have played with a variety of styles and sounds, but the group’s latest album “Gimme Some,” due out on March 29, is largely a return to what made them popular in the first place. Peter Moren, Bjorn Yttling and John Eriksson have been making music as Peter Bjorn and John, affectionately known by some fans as PB&J, since 1999 but are best known for their 2006 megahit “Young Folks.” The song, driven by an infectious whistled melody, has been used in a number of different kinds of media including video games, movie soundtracks, and commercials. Peter Bjorn and John’s last album, 2009 release “Living Things,” was a shift for the band as they moved away from their indie pop-rock style towards a more hip-hop, electronic sound.

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Review: Girl Talk Dances His Way to Tempe

On an otherwise uneventful Wednesday evening, Girl Talk showed up to the Marquee Theatre in Tempe and did what he does best: turn the entire room into what is probably the biggest house party you've ever been to.

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