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For several weeks of Fall 2011 The Roundup has had a poll in the bottom corner of its main page asking you, our readers, which music album you were anticipating the most this year. The choices were Blink-182’s Neighborhoods, Drake’s Take Care, Coldplay’s Mylo Xyloto, Switchfoot’s Vice Verses, Scott McCreery’s  Clear as Day, and J. Cole’s  Cole World: The...
After a 15-5 drumming of the Detroit Tigers on October 15, 2011, the Texas Rangers completed their defense of the American League title and returned to the World Series. Riding the most impressive display of power in playoff history, the Rangers allowed Nelson Cruz to carry their team to Fall Classic where they will face the St. Louis Cardinals....
In 2007, mentioning the NFC East to any NFL fan evoked visions of a sturdy Philadelphia Eagles team, spearheaded by the versatile Donovan McNabb, speedy Brian Westbrook, and literally the biggest personality in sports, Andy Reid. Fans envisioned a spirited Washington Redskins playoff squad motivated by Hall of Fame coach, Joe Gibbs, by the improved performance of QB Jason Campbell,...
Tom Morello, the guitar player for Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave, made an appearance at Zuccotti Park Thursday morning, October 13, 2011, to play for Occupy Wall Street protesters. "First they ignored you," Morello told the crowd. "Then you got pepper-sprayed and New York found out about it. Then 700 of you got arrested, and the rest of the...
To compare Eminem’s raps in the hip-hop world to Elvis’s songs in the rock and roll world is correct to a degree, but it is largely inaccurate. Certainly, Eminem was the first white rapper since the renowned Beastie Boys to reap the benefits of sales and respect from the hip-hop world, but his impact surely transcended this imprisoning distinction.  When...
Last month, the MLB experienced two of the biggest collapses in baseball history by the Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays. On September 1, 2011, the Boston Red Sox were in sole possession of the AL East lead, a half-game ahead of the New York Yankees and nine games ahead of the Tampa Bay Rays for the American League...
Documentary Review Since 1987, the cable network A&E has run the popular “Biography” series, exploring the history of American companies and personalities. One such documentary chronicles the improbable rise of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream business, from its humble beginnings to its eventual financial success. The director first takes us to the childhood of Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, eventual...
Diamondbacks @ Brewers D-backs’ Key Player: Ian Kennedy. Kennedy, who sports a 21-4 record (including a 12-1 record since the All-Star break) and a 2.88 ERA this season, has been shut down so far this year. If the D-backs expect to win, they’ll need perfection out of their ace. Brewers’ Key Player: Corey Hart. The right fielder doesn’t lead the Brewers...

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