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Nick Saathoff Brings High Energy to 3rd Street Down

Posted by on Apr 18, 2019 in Community News, Heartland News, Music | Comments Off on Nick Saathoff Brings High Energy to 3rd Street Down

From the moment he was young, Nick Saathoff and his drums were a match made in heaven.

“I was very high energy in elementary school,” said Saathoff, a student at HCC. “I would always be tapping on the desk and teachers told my parents that maybe something should be done with all that energy.

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Saint Pablo

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News, Music | Comments Off on Saint Pablo

After an extremely hectic week, which included his wife getting robbed and cancelling a handful of shows, Kanye West returned to his hometown of Chicago on Oct. 8 to reboot his Saint Pablo Tour.

Performing in front of a sold out venue, West put on a revolutionary performance, turning All State Arena into a sea of 18,500 moshing fans.

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Hozier Album Review

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News, Music | Comments Off on Hozier Album Review

What do Tarzan, The Walking Dead, The Blacklist, The Originals, and the Catholic church all have in common?
Well, that would be music, mainly from an artist named Hozier. His music contributed in some way, shape, or form to all of these.

His song “Take Me to Church” created sparks of controversy with the church, mainly the Catholic church, because it is open challenge to institutions who treat the LGBTQ+ community badly.

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“The Culture” A Chicago Based Hip Hop Documentary

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in Entertainment, Heartland News, Music | 1 comment

With the recent surge of talented Hip Hop artists coming out of Chicago such as Chance

the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Lil Durk, Chief Keef and others, you have to wonder: What is going on

in Chicago to produce all of this talent with such variety? Well young cinematographer Cole

Bennett’s recent documentary The Culture can tell you exactly that.

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