By Andrew Zerman, Staff Writer Gene Simmons, the lead singer of KISS, infamously uttered in 2014 that “rock music as we know it is dead.” I gave some thought to this and agree that there may never be a band … Continue reading Rock’s not dead
Biden promises to appoint a Black woman to the Supreme Court to fill seat By Andrew Zerman, Staff Writer Stephen Breyer, a liberal judge on the Supreme Court, announced his retirement from the Supreme Court last week. Biden has received mixed responses for his promise to appoint a Black woman to Breyer’s vacant seat. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement last week, concluding nearly three decades of service on the nation’s highest court. His vacancy gives President Joe Biden a chance to appoint his first Supreme Court Justice. Biden was promised to appoint a Black woman to the … Continue reading Breyer retires, leaving seat vacant
Andrew Zerman, Staff Writer The Rolling Stones have been the self-proclaimed “Greatest Rock N’ Roll band in the World” for nearly 60 years now. They are older than Woodstock, the moon landing and the pocket calculator. The band currently has an average age of 77. This year has caused the band to reflect on future plans, as Charlie Watts, their longtime drummer, passed away at the age of 80. Watts was born in London in 1941 during the “crossfire hurricane” of World War II. He entered college to become a graphic designer and played in a jazz fusion band. He … Continue reading Beloved Rolling Stones legend hits his last note
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